Jedi: Fallen Order is the new Star Wars game from Titanfall developer Respawn. In it, you play as Cal Kestis, a Padawan who survived the Jedi-destroying Order 66 and is understandably annoyed and ready to take it out on the Empire. As a result, here are seven stormtroopers who are having a really, bad day in Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order.
Andy returns from Star Wars Land with tales from Disneyland's new Star Wars-themed area, Millennium Falcon ride and coloured milks, then turns to Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order: Respawn's excitingly story-led, single-player Star Wars game due for an imminent gameplay reveal at E3 2019. What a time to be alive. Subscribe to Outside Xbox for Jedi Fallen Order news coming soon, along with the best of E3 2019 as it happens.
It's hard enough to find Easter eggs in games, desperately head-butting walls looking for a secret cave or something. These games decided to make things even trickier by making these Easter eggs only available to find on one of the 365 days of the year.
Mike, Andy and I posse up again for a Red Dead Online story mission from Sadie Adler's husband Jake, in which we must ride out and hunt down some man-eating wolves. But first: a blood feud! Watch on for horseback acrobatics and wolf stabbing in this Red Dead Online gameplay.
For the first time, Andy, Mike and I posse up in a Red Dead Online video. Red Dead Redemption 2's Sadie Adler has a job for us in a new free roam story mission: go rescue a cart from some bad cowboys. Watch on for rootin' tootin' gun-shootin' Red Dead Online gameplay.
Join us as for Show of the Week as we venture cautiously into the haunted cruise ship of Layers of Fear 2. No longer are you a troubled painter, instead you're a troubled actor and the layers are the layers of your character. It makes perfect sense, probably. Watch as we play the first hour of Layers of Fear 2 gameplay in Show of the Week and subscribe for this show every Friday!
Minecraft recently turned 10 years old, and with Minecraft creators constantly cooking up amazing new stuff, this giddy minecart ride isn't running out of track any time soon. Minecraft Marketplace offers just that kind of stuff, being a simple storefront where you can discover and download new skins, maps, and mini games for your game of Minecraft. Take a look at seven of our favourite creations.
The Sea of Thieves Tall Tale continues! We return to Shores of Gold, the first of Sea of Thieves new story-led adventures, still on the hunt for the mysterious Shroudbreaker treasure. Fresh from finding the wreck of the Magpie's Wing in the first episode, we boisterous buccaneers discover the mysterious drowned tunnel, looking for somewhere to put the weird crab totem we acquired in the last episode. Is it a temple? Is it a trap? Can't it be both?
A title screen is the digital welcome mat to let you know what to expect from the videogame to come. But some go the extra mile and give you title screens that are fun, funny, or that give you a deeper understanding of the game itself. Consider our seven most memorable faves.
Join us as for Show of the Week as Mike talks Ghost Recon Breakpoint, the newest Tom Clancy shooter to feature the Ghosts who, misleadingly, are not actual ghosts, but rather an elite special forces crew. Discover more about this Wildlands sequel in Show of the Week and subscribe for this show every Friday!
We recently recalled our best loved joke weapons that actually worked like nobody's business. The YouTube comments revealed a heap more weapons that looked mostly harmless but were definitely harmful - like the Fable Frying Pan, the TimeSplitters Brick and New Vegas' toy-looking ray gun that calls down a deadly Archimedes II laser orbital strike. Be careful with that thing.
Forget ambient occlusion and full frame anti-aliasing, A Plague Tale: Innocence's contribution to video game technology is filling the screen with a thousand rats. Join us as we explore this extremely unsettling stealth puzzle game. Musophobes beware!
Jane and I set sail in Shores of Gold, the first of Sea of Thieves' new story-based Tall Tales, to hunt for the legendary Shroudbreaker, a mystical macguffin with the power to reach a lost island. Why is our boat sinking? Will we survive the deadly traps guarding the Shroudbreaker? Will some jerk other players show up and kill us for no reason? The only really good way to find out is to watch this Sea of Thieves gameplay.
It's time for Show of the Week, in which Mike and I get to grips with Rage 2, the open-world action shooter from the genre maestros at ID Software. How crunchy is the shooting? Why is Danny Dyer shouting at us? Show of the Week has the answers!
We love scary games, but sometimes a freaky moment arises that scares us so hard we literally have to stop playing and curl up into a protective ball. Join us now, along with Luke and Ellen from Outside Xtra, as we share our life-changing in-game scares.
Andy and I go on a stealthy sabotage mission in Sniper Elite V2 Remastered, the remaster of the WW2-set sharpshoot 'em up that originally came out on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC in 2012. After the low-profile infiltration of a rocket facility under the noisy cover of a public-address system, things get very loud very fast.
In Show of the Week, Andy shares his obsession with the PS4 game currently living in his disc tray: open-world organised crime action-adventure Yakuza 0. This prequel to the eccentric Yakuza series came out in 2017 in the West (2015 in Japan), but only now is eating up all Andy's free time. Why? And how? Today's episode has the answers.
The videogame bosses that really stick in the mind are the ones who are so weird that we still can't explain what the developers were thinking when they decided to have you fight them. Here are seven of the weirdest boss fights we've ever had to go through. Enjoy!
Sean Bean returns to Hitman 2 as the apparently unkillable Mark Faba in 'The Undying Returns' - his second go at being a Hitman 2 Elusive Target. How will Andy and I do him in this time? And will it stick? How exactly did he get that eye patch? Watch and find out maybe.
Most fighting games are a bit weird, with their fighting bears and volcano stages, but they're nothing compared to these seven beat 'em ups which broke our brains harder than a Mortal Kombat fatality.
Show of the Week inspects the first Borderlands 3 gameplay, which reveals a planet-hopping sequel with new characters and smart improvements to the co-op experience. Is it enough to bring Mike around on the number-popping shooter series? See for yourself.
World War Z, the game based on the book that inspired the 2013 movie, is a co-op tour of a world overrun with jaw-dropping zombie swarms. Here Andy and I take a trip to Japan in World War Z's Tokyo episode, protecting a bus bristling with barbed wire in chapter Setting Sun. Watch on for more zombies than you can shake a machete at.
Hitman 2 Escalation Mission The Nolan Disinfection takes Agent 47 back to the scene of the crime in suburban Whittleton Creek, where he must lethally fumigate several people at once in a single house. How will this escalation escalate? Watch and see, why not.
Anything can be a weapon if you try hard enough. This is particularly true in videogames, as proven by the many times we've found a weapon that we assume is just a joke, only to later discover its true, terrifying power. Here are seven times we did just that.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now, and in Show of the Week Andy takes me on a tour of this latest game in the famously gruesome fighting series. What's new and good? What's new and grindy? What's that pool of stuff dissolving my kombatant's head? Oh, it's acid. Discover the other answers and more in today's episode.