Yeah, there's a smattering of other stuff this week (and it's all good), but you're really just here for The Last Of Us Part II, aren't you?
This week it's the turn of The Persistence, Those Who Remain, Warface: Breakout and Mortal Kombat: Aftermath to be put under the microscope.
Be the baddest fish in the sea with Maneater, the baddest gangster in the city in Mafia II, and the baddest whatever-the-hell-is-going-on in Sakura Wars.
It's time to dig in for action this week with Minecraft Dungeons, Ion Fury, Saints Row The Third Remastered followed by some Golf With Your Friends.
This week Stuart gets gritty in Modern Warfare 2, is appaulled by Forza Street, thinks tactically in John Wick Hex, and breaks his back with Moving Out.
This week Stuart is hunting the Predator, delivering the moon to save the world, and punching everything that comes into range in Streets of Rage 4.
Stuart goes old skool this week when he puts the PC Engine CoreGrafx Mini through its paces. There's a bit of off-road goodness with SnowRunner too.
This week's Scotch Corner takes MotoGP 20 for a spin, as well as talking to one of the devs, before swapping out tarmac for DiRT, and blood-soaked action.
Stuart has caught a nasty bug this week... it's the only way we can explain why this is a PS4 only entry featuring Final Fantasy VII Remake and Persona 5 Royal.
It's a whole host of fighting games and equipment this week.
Part cutesy builder, part survival horror... it's a real blend of genres this week.
This week Stuart spends time talking to racers and racing game creators to find out what it takes to be good at TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2.
Nioh 2 and DOOM Eternal reviews abound in these unusal times... we can only think that enforced isolation is letting Stu get on with completing everything.
For this week's jaunt to Scotch Corner, Stu packs in DCL The Game, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Yakuza 0 and One Punch Man.
There's tonnes of folicular shennanigans this week with Bayonetta 10th Anniversary, alongside Vanquish too, Overpass and Sayonara Wild Hearts.
Previews abound this week with a special trip to Kylotonn to see TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2 in development. There's also Bleeding Edge, Dreams and Two Point Hospital.
It's a focus on mental health this week with Stuart talking to people supporting gamers with their state of mind and games that highlight the issues.
This week's jam packed Scotch Corner is filled with reviews of the Logitech G920, X-Rocker Circuit, Darksiders Genesis, Stories Untold and Sky Rogues.
Stuart takes on the undead masses this week in Zombie Army 4: Dead War, gets turn-based in Ash of Gods: Redemption, and falls apart during Disintegration.
It's two wheeled action this week with Monster Energy Supercross 3 and a couple of interviews, plus Sennheiser's GSP 370 headset and some VR boxing.
An interview with the legend that is Yoshinori Ono about eSports wraps up a week that also includes Journey to the Savage Planet and Switch controllers.
This week Scotch Corner dives into the crazy combat world of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, the beautiful Arise: A Simple Story, and more about the Dead War.
It's not often you get to sit down and interview the two most prolific gaming voice actors, but that's what Stuart's done with Nolan North and Troy Baker.
Fancy learning a bit about what Rebellion have in store with Evil Genius?
The first Scotch Corner of a new decade and it's mainly about bees...
Stuart takes a trip down memory lane and decides which are his favourite games of 2019, and then which ones stand out from the last decade.
Bringing the past back to life... not always a good thing.
There's monstrous content this week with reviews of Golem and Pokemon Sword and Shield, plus an interview, some hardware and lots more.
Loosely linked movie games this week - Need for Speed Heat, Sniper Ghost Warrior: Contracts, Jedi: Fallen Order and Terminator: Resistance all feature.
We start the run up to Christmas giving the low down on some potential gamer gifts, as well as reviewing the re-releases of The Lion King and Aladdin.