Scrubbing up well.
Matt, Andy and Ali are joined by Stuart Cullen for this year's quiz - why not listen and join in?
Particularly if you tie their shoelaces together.
It's a bit chilly out, don't forget your Parker.
"Most of the real bad guys in the world are people like you and me; they're not stupid, and you can't smell their horns."
The little robot that could.
It only does (mostly) everything.
A rolling ball gathers all the moss.
The start of a new generation is here and this week Stuart takes a look at what you can play on the Xbox Series X and S.
Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues is an attempt at extending the franchise that doesn't manage to capture the heart of the series.
The team get together to reminisce about the last 7 years of games and which have lodged themselves in their memories.
A blend of genres this week with hacking action in Watch Dogs: Legion, jump scares in Little Hope, brawling in 9 Monkey of Shaolin and action in DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods.
Is its whole greater than the sum of its parts?
Kicking up plumes of dust in your face.
Stuart gets physical this week with Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, and extolls the virtues of team attachment in Space Crew.
It'll all be a blur.
You might want to wait for the other game with punk in the title.
A load of content once again this week with reviews of Star Wars Squadrons, Let's Sing Queen, a racing wheel and Inertial Drift.
Have you got yours?
This week's Scotch Corner is packed with a Ride 4 review and interview with the developer, Tennis World Tour 2, and a bit of Cold War.
Once upon a time in China.
The satisfaction of making something with your own two thumbs.
Get working for the mob in Mafia: Definitive Edition or jump through time with Crash Bandicoot 4 in this week's Scotch Corner.
Ever wanted to play first person shooter but in the style of Guitar Hero?
Nevermind if your PC can run it, can the current gen consoles?