The one in which Tom gets angry, Burns goes retro, Dave doesn't spoil Dark Souls 3, and Alice goes to her happy place.
Rearranging a classic pop track to sell your action-heavy video game isn't a new thing, but it is getting stupider all the time.
If there's one thing video games love, it's stupidity. If there's two, it's men getting their testicles destroyed.
Box art is almost always teeth-smashingly uninspired, especially in the west. So why does Doom get singled out?
The one in which Tom has work permit issues, Burns doesn't like a Resident Evil, Dave contemplates a season pass, and Alice is a psychopath.
Often considered the poor relation to the ultra-popular Resident Evil 2, Resi 3 is actually an innovative, breathless sequel which stands proud as one of the best instalments in the franchise.
While other franchises suffocate under the weight of their lore, the Souls games use it to create their world's intrigues, not explain them.
A handy minuted guide to the start of the game, as a tester for future guides coverage
The one in which Tom gets annoyed, Burns uses as many words as possible to say nothing, Dave plays Vita and Alice is bad at games.