Indie survival game We Happy Few was a surprise offbeat hit at the E3 2016 Microsoft conference. This was thanks to its kooky Clockwork Orange-inspired premise, creepy masked characters, and how it included people smashing a rat to bits and eating the bits, in what is surely a press conference first.
When you think about it, the ostensibly bad guy sometimes has a good point after all. Reconsider Streets of Rage 2's beleaguered barkeep Barbon, Batman Arkham Origins' took-it-too-far activist Anarky and did-what-he-had-to King Logan from Fable 3, for starters, in the following video.
Star Wars Battlefront's new, free Skirmish mode finally adds one of the most fan requested features to EA's take on Battlefront: an offline bot match. As in the original Battlefront, it can be played in split screen, both co-operatively and competitively. Suddenly we have a very compelling reason to return to Battlefront. Here's how it looks in action.
Hitman Elusive Target 6 is The Twin: one of a pair of identical twins who are billionaires, inseparable and dressed exactly alike because twins. Mike is the stealthiest he has ever been in this attempt to assassinate target Dylan Narvaez but leave his twin brother Gonzales completely unmurdered. Discover three ways to play the mission in this Xbox One gameplay.
In this Deus Ex Mankind Divided gameplay, Andy and I tackle the first area of the game's Golem City area in different ways. Andy is all about stealth and social sweet talking, whereas I am all about aggravating police and headbutting people.
This weekend is Star Wars Celebration: an annual celebration of all things Star Wars. It was during last year's celebration when publisher EA unveiled the first proper trailer for Star Wars Battlefront, and we can expect more news this year - about the upcoming Death Star DLC, for instance, which looks likely to feature Chewbacca as a playable hero. That's not the only Star Wars gaming treat heading our way soon, though, as we discover later in the show.
With certain achievements, game developers indulge in some crafty in-jokery that you'll only get with a bit of insider knowledge, leaving those not in the know utterly baffled as to what they've just unlocked and why. Join us for seven achievements and trophies that really need some explaining.
Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter is the latest game in Frogware's series about the world's greatest detective and his newly hipster-fied sidekick Watson. Join us as we investigate a missing father with disguises, eavesdropping, and sending Victorian urchins up chimneys.
Playdead's Inside is so intriguing that we couldn't just leave it where we finished last time. Maybe we should have though, as things get much, much worse for our nameless child protagonist from here on out.
Overcooked is a co-op cooking game for 1-4 players that brings to mind Gang Beasts if the fighters had decided to open a restaurant together instead of trying to kick each other off Ferris Wheels. Watch Mike and I get to grips with it as we attempt to serve up soup on a pirate ship and hamburgers on a pair of moving trucks.
Virtual Reality headsets may be the next big thing in gaming, but you're going to need actual games to play on them to make them more than just extremely heavy, not very attractive hats. But, now that Phil Spencer has confirmed that Project Scorpio will support VR you officially have our permission to get excited. Here are seven upcoming VR experiences that look like they'll be well worth abandoning the stupid real world for.
Show of the Week: Batman Return to Arkham and 5 Gotham Doctors Who Need To Be Struck Off Immediately
Batman: Return to Arkham is a collection of the first two Arkham games, Asylum and City, as well as all their DLC, available for the first time on Xbox One and PS4. It's also delayed indefinitely, because it looks awful. Show of the Week ponders Return to Arkham, as well as asking, Seinfeld-style, what is up with the terrible state of the medical professionals in Gotham. You'll have to imagine the slap bass sounds we're making right now.
Some games take a little time to get warmed up. Other games boot you straight into the action, barely giving you enough time to work out the buttons before you're attacked by a monster the size of a building, or dropped into the middle of the Normandy landings. Without further ado, here are eight games that drop you in right at the deep end.
Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom is the game of the popular anime series about giant naked zombies and the shouting teens that fight them. Witness us tackle part of the battle of Trost in this Xbox One gameplay.
Join us now for the ending of The Park, in which the only way to find Callum is to ride a rollercoaster, probably, and then march into the spooky funhouse where we assume Chad the Chipmunk and the Babadook-looking Bogeyman live. Witness us complete The Park in this Xbox One gameplay.
Fresh from a successful outing in Battlefields 3 and 4, Domination returns in Battlefield 1. It's a close quarters capture mode that takes place on smaller versions of the game's maps. Join us as we use our many, many years of videogaming experience to show you what not to do when you play this mode.
7 Days to Die is an open-world zombie game in which you have to survive as long as possible without dying from the elements or becoming zombie chow. It is not a challenge to try and die before a week has elapsed, we discovered too late. See it in action as we play as Michonne from The Walking Dead in this Xbox One gameplay.
Hitman's fifth elusive target is Vito Duric, a Hague-indicted arms dealer who is now spending 72 quality hours in an underground parking garage in Marrakech, Morocco. The perfect opportunity for the three of us to do some running and gunning of our own.
Inside is a bleak, desaturated platformer specialising in physics puzzles and casually harrowing deaths. Show of the Week ponders this follow-up to Limbo from Danish developer Playdead, then other similarly harrowing experiences through which we gritted our teeth in other videogames.
Imagine the infinitesimal chance of stumbling across sentient humanoid alien life in this vast universe, then imagine the probability it would look exactly like a sexy human lady, except blue or green. Discover the alien races that by staggering coincidence looked like beautiful human women in the following video.
Dishonored 2 comes out on release date 11 November 2016 on Xbox One, PC and PS4, but how does it play differently? Discover new skills Far Reach, Mesmerize, Domino and Shadow Walk, along with your new choice of characters, in this Dishonored 2 gameplay.
The Technomancer is a sci-fi action RPG in which the Technomancers, of which you are one, have mighty electro powers because Mars. Witness this Xbox One gameplay in which we are strongly encouraged to not kill people to harvest the precious serum we need to use our powers. Does anyone feel a morality system coming on?
This Star Wars Battlefront gameplay shows the new map added in the game's recent Bespin DLC. Home to Lando Calrissian, Cloud City is one of the most iconic locations in the Star Wars universe and it's beautifully replicated here. But how is it as a multiplayer map?
In this Battlefield 1 Gameplay we tackle Battlefield's classic Conquest mode on the new St Quentin's Scar map. Expect bi-planes, airships and a particularly bloody hatchet rampage as we run around this battle-scarred slice of World War 1 France.
Fallout 4 DLC Contraptions Workshop lets you go all Rube Goldberg, creating crazy and complicated gadgets for your settlements out of wasteland junk. Watch us create our very own Outside Xbox fireworks factory in this Fallout 4 Contraptions Workshop gameplay.
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