May is nearly here and, unfortunately, that means that the summer slump is upon us. Outside of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Splatoon, nearly every hyped game of the month is a port or reboot. Unfortunately, the coming months don’t look much better, with June mostly being a build up to E3, and July mostly being a cool down from E3. Yes, it’s that time of year again, the summer slump, when video game releases are sparse and people expect us to go outside and face the wrath of the horrible day star. Not to worry! You don’t have to give up on video games all together. Here are ten things you can do during the summer slump that will keep your gaming juices flowing.
10 Things to Do During the Summer Slump of Video Gaming