You awake to find yourself in a Dark Room... littered with expo content.
You're wanted for the revolution, comrade.
It was the Assassin's Creed bonus month, but did the community got behind clearing their backlog of Ubisoft's historical murdering game?
Etherborn has finally got a release date and it's not long now until the physics defying puzzler is unleashed to mess with your head.
It might pain Stuart, but this week he's been solely getting to grips with VR games on Sony's hardware... and all so he can play with Trover.
Our annual E3 predictions. Some outlandish, some researched and some already out of date.
Team Sonic Racing, Steel Rats, Fade to Silence and Unruly Heroes all get thrust under Stuart's critical eye in this week's reviews.
There's both good and bad at play in these games, and it's not just the Zeds.
"We're gonna do a proper decoration job. I want the grey skies of London illuminated. I want that house painted red."
The team are back to update with what they've been getting stuck into over the last few week's, like RAGE 2, Assassin's Creed games and For The King.
This week's Scotch Corner gets a bit angry with Rage 2, a bit shooty with Sniper Elite, a bit slashy with Katana Zero, and blocked by Access Denied.
The most famous of motorsport locations gets to showcase this year's game's visuals.
Maybe just slightly annoyed.
Ali and Andy discuss the N64 and some of the games that defined it
This week's Scotch Corner has a rodent infestation in the form of reviews and interviews about A Plague Tale: Innocence, plus a couple of other morsels.
Looking for a baseline setup for your G29 or G920 on DiRT Rally 2.0? We've done some experimenting to get you in the right zone.
Journey through 14th century France as Amicia and Hugo avoid the Inquisition and hordes of rats to discover why their family has been persecuted.
It's time to get technical.
"At this distance you'll also have to take the Coriolis Effect into account."
There's something rotten in here.
An update on people's Codec Momentum progress in April, and how we're mixing things up in May.
Almost flawless in its execution.
This week Stuart gets his hands bloody in Mortal Kombat 11 before cleaning them up and donning driving gloves to try out F1 2019.
Applying assembly line logic to the kitchen.
When there's no more room in Hell, the dead will appear on your PlayStation.
There's more than a little sprinkling of remasters this week.
Swarm of the dead.
Live. Die. Repeat.
We hadn't even made it to Easter before some of the biggest gaming reveals in ages dropped!
This week Stuart takes a break from reality and dons various headsets to review Skyworld, Space Junkies and the Labo VR.