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This week Andy, having been shrunk and digitised, gets imprisoned in The Sims 4. There he must peacefully cohabit with four other Sims in a 100-tile micro-home, in the new Sims 4 Tiny Living DLC. Who will snap first? Find out within, while Mike and Jane get all nostalgic about it being 20 years since The Sims first came out.
You know what they say about great power: "with great power comes having a great time". That's why it's called "great power". No-one knows this better than videogames in which you steadily earn and master more and better powers - or occasionally, for a special treat, a game will give you a bunch of power all at once so you can enjoy a big old power high. This video is dedicated to those badass moments of ultimate power that made us feel like mighty gods.
We all love videogames, but for some people, merely playing a game doesn't go far enough. Which is the reason for the existence of these experiences, which took beloved games and turned them into somewhat awkward real-world adaptations, with more push-ups, rollercoasters and themed dining. Enjoy, and subscribe to our YouTube channel for videos like this from Outside Xbox every week!
Mike is back, along with his prized possessions: a pair of exquisite model cars, dredged from sewers beneath Outside Xbox, where no-one knows how they got there, not even Andy or I. Anyway, Show of the Week weighs up schlocky shooter Zombie Army 4: Dead War, in which Mike searches a zombie-infested zoo for undead penguins. Subscribe for this show every week, why not?
Virtual reality encourages us to live out our wildest dreams, like being Batman or having more than 40 square feet of living room space. It's not all standard superheroism though - VR also lets game makers create first-person experiences that don't just border on weird, they move into weird and build a weird house there. Do you want to be an angry elephant? A colossal cop? Jesus? Take your pick from these seven VR games that let you experience the weirdness firsthand.
We recently shone a spotlight on the quirkiest quests from the Witcher games. That video drew a whole heap of suggestions from you folks for other deeply strange Witcher missions that also qualified as too weird for TV. So, here are seven more Witcher videogame quests that are far too kooky to end up in the relatively serious Netflix show should they ever run out of source material from the novels.
Mike is away this week so there's no-one to stop Andy and I from flushing toy cars, getting pumped for Doom Eternal (also Animal Crossing) and ragging on Doom Annihilation, the latest film adaptation from the Doomiverse.
Mistakes are only natural. The important thing is taking mistakes in your stride, and maybe even poking some good natured fun at yourself. Like in these videogames, which made light of past mistakes, bugs and criticisms with some extremely self-deprecating easter eggs. Enjoy and subscribe for a video like this every Thursday!
Join Jane and I as we celebrate the Year of the Rat by cooking up sizzling hot pots and fresh fruit platters in Overcooked 2's Spring Festival update. Will we have a prosperous new year? What goes into a Double Beefy Boy? Does sushi really need to go on a plate? Watch on for answers and happy new year!
Five Nights at Freddy's has come at last to Xbox One and it is Andy's solemn duty to suffer this classic jumpscare generator. Watch on for Xbox One gameplay from Five Nights at Freddy's 1, with rare facecam footage.
Remember the Show of the Week where we joked all games would be delayed except one? Behold our powers of prophecy, because it's getting perilously close to that actually being the case, with Cyberpunk 2077, Final Fantasy VII remake, Avengers, Dying Light 2 and Vampire The Masquerade Bloodlines 2 all missing their original release dates. Join us as we talk about what's going on and why, then stick around for the best of your YouTube comments from the last seven days.
Netflix's adaptation of The Witcher has been a hit, so naturally there's another season on the way. And although season one captures the spirit of the original novels on which the Witcher games are based, we'd love to see season two include some of the weirder, wilder elements of the world of the Witcher that currently exist only in the Witcher videogames, such as feather fetishists, ghostly wedding guests and stuffed unicorns.
Being in charge of making a videogame is hard, and time consuming, and unlike being a film director, you don't get to spend your downtime hanging out with movie stars. That's presumably the reason why so many videogame creators choose to put themselves in their own games, so they can get a bit of that sweet recognition. Here are seven more times that game developers cameoed in their own games.
It's a rough gig being a hard-working Doom demon, just trying to get through the day, and then along comes the Doom Slayer. In Doom Eternal gameplay, the Slayer has more ways than ever to make sure hell's minions don't get home tonight to see their hell families. Consider these seven demon schmucks having the worst day imaginable in new Doom Eternal gameplay.
Two Point Hospital puts you in charge of your own healthcare facility and lets you run it as you see fit, as a benevolent healer who takes care of their patients, or a ruthless business tycoon who'll squeeze the sick for every last penny they have. Which path will Mike choose? Can everyone stop dying for 10 seconds so we can collect our thoughts? And how did all these clowns get in here? Find out in this Two Point Hospital Xbox One gameplay.
Journey to the Savage Planet is a sci-fi exploration game in which you play as a resourceful astronaut scoping out a new world for human habitation. Jane and Mike have played it and are here with their hot takes and cool jokes. Keep watching for your YouTube comments and subscribe for Show of the Week every Friday!
Noodle helmets! Frog suits! Cross-franchise cosplay! We haven't reviewed gaming's most bizarre alternate costumes for a minute, so here's whole wardrobe's worth of inexplicable fashion statements to ponder. Consider these seven weird costumes that lie beyond the reach of rational explanation.
We're getting a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis on 3 April 2020. But it's been a long time since Resident Evil 3 came out, and maybe you don't remember it all that well. If so, don't worry, we're here to fill you in on what to expect from the remake. Consider these seven things you may have forgotten about Resident Evil 3.
We have vast RPGs and new consoles to look forward to this year, but what are the new games coming out in 2020 that might have flown under your radar until now? We've picked out seven interesting lesser-known releases we reckon are worth your attention.
2020 is here friends, and with it come brand new videogames! But which one game would we most want to save from being delayed until 2021, if given the power? Join us as we talk it out in this first Show of the Week of the year, then stick around for the choicest YouTube comments of the last few weeks.
With 2019 a distant memory and 2020 already making itself at home, our thoughts turn to the months ahead. What will space year 2020 be like? Will there be hoverboards? Thankfully videogames have done the hard work predicting the future for us, with games set in 2020 which surely offer a true and accurate forecast of what's coming our way: microwave power plants, nanosuits, and dragons occupying Tokyo.
Agent 47 heads to Haven Island in the Maldives for Hitman 2 escalation mission the Bartholomew Hornswoggle, in which he must find the pieces of a treasure map, dig up and wear a pirate outfit and then eliminate his targets with a cannon and his trusty pirate sabre. Watch on for swashbuckling, derring-do and at least one mizzenmast in this Hitman 2 gameplay.
Mike and I do spacey first-person exploring in Journey to the Savage Planet, in which a resourceful astronaut must assess a gooey new world for human habitation. Will we survive this final frontier? Or be exploded by local flora and fauna? How many pufferbirds must die in the name of human exploration? See for yourselves in this Journey to the Savage Planet gameplay.
Turns out we played a lot of Hitman 2 in the last 12 months, to the surprise of absolutely no-one. So when we asked for your favourite moments from our various bungled assassinations, there were plenty of highlights. Here are the five most ludicrous moments and be sure to subscribe to Outside Xbox on YouTube for plenty more Hitman in 2020.
An old wizard frenemy dispatches Team Oxventure to a remote, icy mountain in search of a Great Evil. Can Corazon, Dob, Egbert, Merilwen and Prudence scale the mountain and restore the precious balance of nature without freezing their bits off? Let's hope so.
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