My Hero One's Justice 2, been going through the Story mode bit by bit to get some of the unlockable customization stuff. Did some more online battles earlier today, tried out a few battles with Mina and won a few. She's pretty great as well, though I have more fun using Camie right now, but both girls' combo's are pretty easy to pull off so that's nice. A bit later, or tomorrow morning maybe, I'll be doing more Arcade mode, I completed all three of Izuku Shoot Style's routes so now I have to work my way with the rest of the roster.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons! Built my home on a beautiful lil slug-shaped island.
Today I paid off the 98,000 Bell loan, got the museum prepared for building, got the shop prepared for building, got the upgraded tools, went to a couple deserted islands, convinced a couple villagers to move in, caught a gajillion bugs and fish (that are waiting in storage for Blathers to set up shop), and had fun!
I wouldn't normally go this fast with all the tasks, but I want the hourly music back, and there's a requirement you have to fulfill to unlock it. So this is all in service of that goal, lol
Besides the occasional stopping to pack because moving, I have basically been playing this game non-stop since Thursday night. I love my little Island home and have to decorate it with little patches of flowers and now that I have the upgraded Resident Services Building (I time-traveled a little so I could do the stuff with that because the day I was supposed to unlock it I'm going to be on the road all day), I have been setting out furniture in hopes to entice some campers to my tent.
I've been switching between Animal Crossing and Mystery Dungeon DX
In Animal Crossing, I'm just waiting for my new villagers to move in. To kill time, I'm grinding Nook miles to buy plane tickets so I can find more fruit. I have peaches, cherries, pears, coconuts and bamboo.
In Mystery Dungeon, I've returned to Treasure town after the whole Ninetales thing. I'm grinding quests because I'm severly underleveled and have no more dojo tickets.
Subnautica: Got a PRAWN suit, but it looks like it doesn't really have a bunch of practical applications without a Cyclops to drive it around in, plus nickel from the lost river to actually make most of its upgrades. So guess where I'm going next~
I already visited the Alien Laboratory Cache accessible directly from the Blood Kelp Trench, but that's just scratching the surface of the notable landmarks in the Lost River. So, the Seamoth's fully kitted out with defensive and utility mods, I've got two spare power cells Just In Case, and I'm gonna go explore them caves.