We recently pondered some of the most embarrassing finishing moves in fighting games, among them flaming farts, exploding pies and furious cinema ushers. But the YouTube comments reveal plenty more that the Outside Xbox has been subject to. Here are seven more fighting game finishers that hurt your dignity as much as your spine.
Behold Descenders gameplay on Xbox One in which we try downhill mountain biking game Descenders for the first time, doing bunny hops and flips down procedurally generated mountains in physics-y downhill freeriding.
Show of the Week talks Minit, the charming indie adventure where you die every 60 seconds. And a minute is not a long time, it turns out, as Andy discovers later in the Show in his Lego-based challenge of the week.
They say you can't make an omelette without breaking a few eggs, but it's equally true that you can't be a videogame hero without ruining the lives of a few random bystanders. At least, that's the way it seems, when you consider how these seven videogame heroes destroyed these people's homes, livelihoods and skeletons, whether for the greater good, or just because they thought it'd be a laugh, Kratos. Honestly, that guy.
Fortnite has been a phenomenal success, but there are Battle Royale inspired games that are lining up for a shot at that same glory. Here are 8 new games that could well be the next Fortnite. Though maybe wait to place a down payment on that gold-plated yacht, developers.
We assemble online in Sea of Thieves to hunt chickens for the animal-trafficking Merchant Alliance. What will we find on Chicken Isle? Will bad pirates steal our feathery booty? Who will be marooned alone on a mystery atoll? The only really good way to find out is to watch this Sea of Thieves gameplay.
The Elder Scrolls Online's new chapter Summerset expands the world of online Tamriel with Summerset Isle, home of the High Elves. Behold new gameplay from Summerset in the following video, in which Mike and Luke take a new character on a tour of the heretofore off-limits island.
This weekend is World Wrestling Entertainment's annual main event: Wrestlemania or, as Andy calls it, "Wrestling Christmas". Show of the Week forecasts the outcome of the superstar match-ups with the predictive power of WWE 2K18. Roman Reigns or Brock Lesnar? Asuka or Charlotte Flair? AJ Styles or Shinsuke Nakamura? Watch and discover the winners two days early, only on Outside Xbox.
Want to hide an in-joke in your game? An Easter egg is just the thing. Even better, if you want to throw shade on some other game in the name of friendly rivalry or outright snark, Easter eggs are the perfect delivery vector. Have a watch of these shady eggs that were sly in-jokes and see for yourself.
It seems strange that one of the games we're most anticipating this year is a game from 2011. That's just how good Dark Souls is. Here's the very first gameplay from Dark Souls Remastered.
A Way Out is a co-op prison break adventure from the team behind Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. Behold the second part of our A Way Out split-screen gameplay in which Jane and I continue our daring escape through the woods, into a farm and down a raging river.
Show of the Week has a go on Attack on Titan 2, the action game based on the popular animated series about intense teens fighting giant naked zombies.
Sometimes in a game you find yourself in a no-win situation, where the only final outcomes are bad. All you can do is play the game, make your choices and live with the consequences, no matter how bleak. Like in these games, for instance, in which each ending is more of a downer than an all-Radiohead mixtape.
GTA Online's Doomsday Heist continues with latest mission Server Farm, in which the heist crew dons Sam Fisher-style black combat gear and night vision goggles, then pilot the Akula stealth chopper into a high-tech Los Santos government facility, there to swipe precious data from the server farm itself.
Drinking grog is one of the key pillars of piracy, so when Sea of Thieves sent us a recipe for genuine pirate grog, we got out the Outside Xbox cocktail shaker out and gave it a whirl. Watch and learn the secrets of great grog, with a non-alcoholic version for non-drinkers and viewers under legal drinking age, me hearties.
A Way Out is a co-op prison break adventure from the team behind the BAFTA-winning Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. Join Jane and I as we attempt to Shawshank our way out of jail in this A Way Out gameplay.
Show of the Week inspects A Way Out, a split-screen co-op adventure in which odd couple Leo and Vincent must work together to escape prison, settle old scores and master mini games that include horseshoes, darts and baseball.
In-game enemies get smarter all the time, but sometimes it's a relief when the AI is a bit artificially un-intelligent, just to give us a break. Like when they pop out of cover into our crosshairs, loudly announce they are reloading, or politely wait in line to attack us one manageable goon at a time, for instance.
OnRush might at first appear like Motorstorm with a pastel paint job, but even though it is from the same team that made PS3 classic Motorstorm, class-based OnRush has as much in common with Overwatch as any other racing game.
GTA Online's Doomsday Heist continues! Now the crew must infiltrate Fort Zancudo in military disguise to steal the flight data for an Akula stealth helicopter. Then it's off to nick the Akula itself, because we gather it is absolutely mission critical for the next, probably even more chaotic, mission.
Who hasn't fantasised about being a train driver? Literally no-one. Now if you've got an Xbox you can pretend to be one from the comfort of your couch and it's not as easy as it looks. You would not believe the number of ways driving a train can go terribly wrong, as we see in Train Sim World on Xbox One.
Show of the Week sizes up Sea of Thieves, the open-world piracy game that launches next week, at long last. What's animal trafficking doing in a social buccanneering sim? We aim to find out.
We're not averse to putting in loads of effort for a worthwhile result, but we are dead against working our socks off for an insultingly shabby reward - as in the case of these unlockable game characters who were so much more hassle than they were worth.
Game characters tend to be good at what they do, but sometimes they want to stretch themselves and step out of their comfort zone. This is presumably how we wound up with these seven bizarre and unexpected guest appearances that really put the "oh?" in cameo.
In this QUBE 2 gameplay, we play an explorer puzzling our way out of a giant alien Rubik's Cube, equipped only with science gloves that change the colours and properties of the ubiquitous cubes. Behold QUBE 2 gameplay on Xbox One and see for yourself who comes out on top: us or the six-sided polyhedra.