Graphical remasters of last-gen games are money for old rope, so it's hard to believe some top Xbox 360 games haven't yet had an Xbox One spit and polish.
Show of the Week revisits the open-world zombie smashing of Dead Island and Dead Island Riptide, which have come to current consoles as the prettified Dead Island Definitive Edition.
Mirror's Edge fans who have been waiting over seven years for a follow-up to the original game can have a go on prequel-slash-reboot Mirror's Edge Catalyst a week early if they subscribe to EA Access. Maybe the head start will give Faith's crew of runners
Show of the Week readies itself for Overwatch, the multiplayer shooter from Blizzard. Incidentally, Overwatch features a London map that is just the latest in a long line of bleak representations of the city that Outside Xbox calls home
Homefront: The Revolution posits a future in which North Korea has invaded and occupied mainland USA, crushing civilian uprisings with military might. But they're far from the only power to try to conquer the US in videogames, as we discover in Show of th
Grandaddy of first person shooters Doom returns with a reboot full of nasty monsters, massive guns and ultraviolence. Show of the Week has Doom in its sights, and demands modern-day remakes for five further retro shooters.
Show of the Week eyes up Battleborn, the multiplayer shooter from the makers of Borderlands that's out next week. Its roster of 25 heroes is more colourful than an explosion in a Skittles factory, but the question is: how huggable are they? No, it is.
Swarm Mike and Swarm Andy wade into Gears of War 4's multiplayer beta for Show of the Week. There they sample Gears of War 4's new so-called Dodgeball mode, which is intense, violent and increasingly scary. Much like the sport itself, but with dismemberme
Mirror's Edge Catalyst turns back time to tell the origin story of parkouring protagonist Faith. Show of the Week gets to grips with this prequel-reboot and what new things we've learned about Faith Connors.