It's a round up of the Resonate weekend - what were the main messages out of this year's Scottish gaming expo in Glasgow?
What if Minecraft and The Exorcist had a lovechild? You'd end up with a survival horror that's not cut from the usual cloth.
Don't hold your breath.
In a surprise twist that would sit right at home in a Japanese fighting game, there's no birthday episode, just an interview with Judgment actor Greg Chun.
No Code, the developers of Observation, talk about employing their family and getting Irn Bru in the game.
It's another set of nostalgia inspired reviews with Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night and Crash Team Racing all appearing.
Seeing things from a different perspective.
Do you prefer to play with yourself?
Cyborg ninjas... and not a Raiden or Grey Fox in sight.
This week's Scotch Corner is filled with interviews about Forza liveries and voice acting, as well as reviews of Judgment and LEGO Forza Horizon.
Will it make you feel like a dipstick?
It's June's Codec Momentum update - time to find out what's happened to the leaderboard in the last 30 days and who's won the monthly prize.
Get deeper details on the development of Warhammer: Chaosbane from the game director.
There's loads of F1 2019 content in this week's Scotch Corner - interviews with David Croft and Lee Mather - plus more automotive content.
F1 2019 has released and Matt and Ali get their thoughts of the latest iteration of Codemasters superb series down on podcast paper.
This week's Scotch Corner is living the fantasy life with Warhammer: Chaosbane, getting fruity with My Friend Pedro, and being maudlin over Another Sight.
The team get together this week to talk about games services after being inspired by Google's Stadia announcement and deciding to pre-order.
Is it just a shiny new set of tyres?
A smaller amount of content this week, but that doesn't mean any less quality with MotoGP 19, Layers of Fear 2 and Void Bastards all getting reviewed.
It was acceptable in the 80's.
It's time to throw caution to the wind and go unfiltered and live with our E3 2019 thoughts.
The cars are on their way to the grid.
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.