Death of the Outsider is a standalone Dishonored 2 DLC in which Dishonored 2's Billie Lurk and Knife of Dunwall's Daud team up to kill the mysterious, godlike Outsider. In this early mission, we're after a twin bladed knife to stab him with, but first, we need to stop by a tattoo parlour and get some ink.
Show of the Week ponders Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, a Dishonored spin-off in which Dishonored 2's Billie Lurk gets her own game. In it, Billie's former mentor Daud dispatches her to kill the mysterious and unknowably powerful Outsider. Oh is that all, Daud.
We recently owned up to the various times we exploited the heck out of a boss' one obscure weakness, and it turned out we weren't alone. The comments were full of players with shameful stories of similarly taking advantage of these convenient soft spots. So have a look at these times our commenters saw an opportunity and, like Luke Skywalker stuffing a proton torpedo into a thermal exhaust port, used it to cheese a boss battle.
Killer Instinct is among the Xbox One titles being zhuzhed up to take advantage of the Xbox One X and all the additional teraflopping it will do come launch in November. Get an eyeful of Andy's mummified fighter Kan-Ra giving Mike's dino-human hybrid what for in this fresh new 4k gameplay.
Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure was originally a collection of Pixar-themed mini games for Kinect, launched in 2012 when that peripheral was a motion control system full of hopes and dreams and not the millstone briefly around the neck of the Xbox One. It's now time for that game's rebirth on the Xbox One X, where the extra graphical oomph makes a new Finding Dory world pop in 4k. Mike and Andy give it a whirl in the following Xbox One X gameplay.
In Forza Motorsport 7 on Xbox One X, Mike and Andy go for a spin at the Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit in a customised shark car and then at the Nürburgring in the Jaguar XJ220 favoured by Rocket Man Elton John. Get your eyes all over lovely Forza 7 Xbox One X gameplay in the following video.
Now we have our family back in Red Dead Redemption, I suppose we should spend some time with it, and not just because we're already halfway through a Jack mission and the game won't let us carry on until that's completed. So join us as we ride out with Jack to procure some new cattle for the Marston ranch, then afterwards ride off to Mexico to do weird stranger missions as soon as the game will let us.
Destiny 2 is out now, and fans have had more than enough time to hit the level cap and start on their endgame journey. Not us though, we're too busy playing football on the farm, as you'll discover in this week's Show.
On the surface, a videogame is a bunch of pixels doing what they're told by a bunch of rules. Go beneath the surface though and among those rules you'll find some additional secret rules snuck in there to make your experience more fun. Game designer Jennifer Scheurle recently asked other games people on Twitter to share the crafty mechanics like these hidden inside games, and those devs went and spilled the tea. Just consider these sneaky ways games trick you into thinking you're more awesome.
NBA 2K18 is out very soon, bringing fans the most up-to-date, realistic depiction of the sport known around the world as 'basket-ball'. But though the basketball is a given in a basketball game, this year's game has expanded the amount of stuff you can do off the court in its new Neighborhood mode, which is like Playstation Home but if everyone was super into basketball. With that in mind, here are seven things things you can do in NBA 2K18 that aren't play basketball.
This week in Red Dead Redemption we head to Cochinay to finally take out Dutch so we can get our family back. We've just remembered that family also includes old-timey prospector character Uncle but it's too late to back out now, the mission's already started.
We play lots of Hitman and answer lots of questions live from London's Loading Bar, like the multi-tasking heroes we are. Watch this space for more live streams to come!
Videogames are great, but did you know about this whole genre of games that don't require any electronics, instead determining outcomes with dice rolls? Us neither. So, with the help of Eurogamer's resident tabletop games expert Johnny Chiodini, we learned more about the rich, imagination-powered world of Dungeons and Dragons. Behold as we set out on an adventure that involves a clumsy pirate, a talking chicken and, somehow, The Vengabus. Please enjoy.
They'll tell you a videogame is an indifferent computer program that doesn't care whether you win or lose because it's made of maths. In our experience, however, there are certain games that are very definitely out to get you, tipping the scales when the opportunity arises to really screw you over, in a way that can only be considered malice on their part. Consider the following evidence and you be the judge.
Back in 2014, The Evil Within did a good job of fuelling our nightmares for the next three years, but just recently we've been having some pretty restful dreams in which nothing chased us down a corridor with industrial implements. Luckily, The Evil Within 2 is on the way and, judging from what we've seen, it's going to sort that right out. We've played it, and here are the five scariest things we've seen so far.
Forza Motorsport 7 on Xbox One X is going to be a visually spectacular treat in 4K and 60 frames per second. We've played a few races in a preview version and here is the delicious 4K gameplay to prove it. How will we fare in a wet weather race with no traction control or ABS? There goes the no claims bonus.
Hitman contract 1001 Moroccan Nights compels Andy to dress like a fortune teller and whack four targets in and around a Marrakech night market. Can he remain uncompromised while looking like a fancy dress genie and singing medleys from Disney's Aladdin? See for yourself.
Back in Red Dead Redemption's Blackwater, the net is closing on Dutch Van Der Linde, mostly thanks to his habit of standing in the middle of the street late at night shouting at people's windows. Before we take down Dutch, though, there's the little matter of our uncompleted drunksmanship challenge.
Life is Strange prequel mini-series Life is Strange: Before the Storm is underway, starring a younger Chloe Price and heretofore mysterious cool girl Rachel Amber. What do we get instead of Max Caulfield and time travel powers in Life is Strange: Before the Storm? Watch and learn.
A good sidequest gives you a break from the main game, doing something fun or interesting. Other sidequests, however, decided what players really wanted was optional activities so tedious or time-consuming that we took the optional part seriously and opted to never finish them. Here are eight of our least favourite.
After the almighty fuss when space battles were missing from the original Battlefront's initial release, DICE has a giant, space battle-shaped apology for you in Star Wars Battlefront 2. Behold the newly updated space battles in this gameplay.
Rare's open world pirate adventure Sea of Thieves is best played with a full crew of friends, so that's why I recruited helmsman Westaway and bosun Ellen from Outside Xtra to help with this Sea of Thieves gameplay fresh from the show floor at Gamescom 2017. Join us for treasure, bad skeletons and us almost sinking when we crash the boat into the island we're aiming for. Yo ho!
History experts agree there was less cool stuff to do in the past on account of how skateboards hadn't been invented, and yet even though Assassin's Creed Origins is set farther into the past than any Assassin's Creed game so far, there's as much cool stuff to do as there is sand in everyone's shoes. We've been playing in a sizeable chunk of the game's open world and are here to report back on the six coolest things we've done so far.
Here's Rise of the Tomb Raider Xbox One X gameplay taken from the enhanced Xbox One X version of Rise of the Tomb Raider with its "4k enriched visuals" setting. Look for updated graphical effects along with the boosted resolution in the raiding of this spectacular tomb, where by raiding we mean utter destruction.
Here's Middle-earth: Shadow of War gameplay taken from the Shadow of War Xbox One X enhanced version. In it, Mike and Andy ride a tree, attack a citadel, rescue some dudes from Gondor and meet Idril, a Gondor shieldmaiden.
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