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Superhero fighting game sequel Injustice 2 is here and Superman is still being a super jerk. It's like he can't let go of that time when the Joker made him kill his wife and unborn child, which then triggered a nuke that destroyed Metropolis and killed millions more innocent civilians. Pretty melodramatic, I think you'll agree. So how about we head into story mode and kick him directly in his superbutt?
We return to the Wild West challenges in Red Dead Redemption gameplay this week, as we set out to collect some of the exciting new flora offered by the strange new land of Mexico. Prickly pears are the goal, and we'll need plenty if we're to reach the next rank of our survivalist challenge. This is lucky as they also just so happen to be the preferred snack of Horson Welles, our beloved steed. We spoil that horse, we really do.
Witness a hot first episode of new co-op gameplay from Destiny 2 Strike Mission The Inverted Spire, in which Luke of Outside Xtra and I platform precariously to a giant drill platform, on a mission to investigate the Cabal and shoot up Vex Goblins.
Hitman Elusive Target 24 is The Badboy: a tripcore artist hiding out on a movie set in the Italian seaside town of Sapienza while on the run from the authorities. Who will be lethally tackled by the target's security? Who will try to cram an entourage member in the portable toilet? Who will split the badboy's skull with a cleaver? Watch and learn.
Here's a new episode of Red Dead Redemption gameplay - our first in Mexico, where we are greeted by Landon Ricketts, a retired gunslinger who used to be the fastest gun in the West but is now enjoying a quiet retirement in the town of Chuparosa. Now that we're here it's not long before he ends up fighting the Mexican army in a cave. Sorry, Landon, this sort of thing is always happening to us.
We move all the stuff from Morgan Yu's apartment (flat) into the elevator (lift) because space station Talos 1 is a death trap and the TranStar researchers are jackasses (rotten science blighters). Can we escape with all the stuff? How much of the stuff is Mimics? Find your answers in this Xbox One gameplay.
In this latest episode of Red Dead Redemption gameplay, we finally get to put our trojan cart plan into action and roll into Fort Mercer, all gatling guns blazing. Things don't go as smoothly as we'd hoped, though, leading to an impromptu trip to Mexico with everyone's favourite offensive national stereotype, Irish. If this is just an excuse for him to pick up some cheap bottles of tequila, we're going to be so mad, you guys.
Here's Outlast 2 gameplay in which we steer unlucky cameraman Blake Langermann through the backwater digs of a murder cult in search of Blake's even less lucky wife Lynn. Beware horror, gore, jumpscares and scary folk art corpse sculpture in the following gameplay from Outlast 2 on Xbox One.
In this latest episode of Red Dead Redemption gameplay, we finish up our preparations for the assault on Fort Mercer by doing some final chores for Nigel West Dickens, Irish, and Seth, the ragtag crew we've assembled to help us Trojan Horse our way into the fort. These include helping Seth find his treasure, a process that involves exactly as many corpses as you'd expect, when Seth's involved.
In this latest episode of Red Dead Redemption gameplay, we help out snake oil salesman Nigel West Dickens by taking part in Fast and Furious-style illegal underground horse races, before obtaining a gatling gun with the help of Nigel's friend Irish. Even Mike isn't complaining when it turns out we need to transport the gun by means of what is in effect a cowboy rollercoaster. Hands in the air, everybody!
Cities Skylines is launching soon on Xbox One, and we've always fancied ourselves as the benevolent if easily distracted mayor of a great city. Watch us fire up the city sim that's not sim city in this Cities Skylines: Xbox One Edition gameplay, in which we establish the overfunded, underwatered beachside utopia of Oxboxford.
We've been at this Pathfinder business in the company of Jerk Ryder for only a couple of hours and we've already forgotten our prime directive. Instead we decide to celebrate the founding of a colony on Eos by making a beeline to the nearest nightclub. Naturally things can only go downhill from there and given that there's no such thing as 'downhill' in space, that's saying something.
Hitman's Contracts mode is a list of player-generated targets where you can take on challenges set by other players. In this particular contract, our challenge is to kill a guy complaining about a broken shower in the basement of Thailand's Himmapan Hotel, in a fall. Hit the jump to see how we got on.
Jane and I venture back to the space station Talos 1 for more Prey gameplay. This time, we're in the Psychotronics lab, a place so full of shapeshifting mimics that the lab staff have to put post-it notes on everything with 'not a mimic' written on them. But what if a mimic turned into a post-it note, lab assistants? What then?
Watch as Jerk Ryder completes a sexy lap of the ship, attempting to romance anything that isn't properly secured to the hull. Will his trademark neon pink jacket help his chances of getting his space rocks off? Find out this and more in another thrilling episode.
In this latest episode of us replaying Red Dead Redemption, we help out snake oil salesman Nigel West Dickens, much to Mike's total lack of delight. West Dickens wants us to help him sell snake oil by drinking some, and then performing amazing feats of cowboymanship to impress a crowd of potential customers. Luckily for him, amazing cowboying is our stock in trade.
The Town of Light is a first person psychological adventure game set in an asylum in Italy in the first part of the Twentieth Century. Playing as Renee, a former patient, Mike, along with Luke and Ellen from Outside Xtra, head back to the asylum to solve the mysteries of her past. Or, they will, as soon as they stop playing on the equipment in the nearby playground.
Barely qualified human Pathfinder Scott Ryder gets his first true test of combat prowess in this Mass Effect Andromeda gameplay as we venture into the first Remnant vault in search of alien atmospheric processing technology. What we find is lots of things that need shooting in their robot faces.
In this latest episode of us replaying Red Dead Redemption, we return to the task of becoming a Legend of the Old West, a feat that can only be achieved by knife fighting a bunch of wolves, collecting red sage, and shooting a bunch of birds from a moving train. Try explaining that one to the conductor.
Sexy Brutale is an intricate puzzler in which you must prevent the many simultaneous murders taking place in a single day at luxe casino mansion the Sexy Brutale, where the masked staff are offing the masked guests. In the following gameplay footage our only hope at figuring out this swanky murderhouse and saving would-be victims is a magic pocket watch that resets time, so wish us luck.
Thimbleweed Park is a point and click adventure from the creators of Maniac Mansion, and it feels like a lost gaming relic from the year 1987. Expect weird puzzles, wacky characters and references galore as Jane and I get to grips with the game's demo in this Thimbleweed Park Xbox One gameplay.
Jerk Ryder returns for episode 3 of Mike and Andy's Mass Effect Andromeda gameplay, in which the noob Pathfinder lands on Eos, acquires the Nomad planetary rover, meets Asari livewire Peebee, Krogan grouch Drack, and then plunges blindly into a Remnant Vault. There had better be a path down there, is all I'm saying.
In this latest episode of us replaying Red Dead Redemption, we return to the main story missions to do some cowboying over at the MacFarlane ranch, much to Mike's dismay. He can't see why herding a load of cows helps us bring in Bill Williamson, but it's not for us or John Marston to question the mysterious path to Redemption in the Old West.
Snake Pass is a physics-driven platformer in which you play a snake called Noodle, snaking around poles and onto platforms with the help of a hummingbird buddy called Doodle. Noodle is so adorable and, in our hands, hilariously inept at being a snake that we can barely deal.
Get Even is difficult to describe. You play as a gruff Sean Bean soundalike who wakes up in an abandoned asylum, with mysterious texts telling him to save a girl. What follows is a mind-melting combo of detective work, time travel and mysterious VR headsets. Watch Luke from Outside Xtra and I try to fathom just what on earth is going on in this Get Even gameplay.
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