Simon Miller, Editor-In-Chief - Outlast, PS4
I hate scary games because I'm an absolute coward. I once got a little freaked out by Call of Duty 2. Embarassing...
So, with this in mind, I thought it would be a fabulous idea to sit down in a darkened room and play Outlast. Aside from Mr Scammell making the situation a thousand times worse by increasing my fear factor, the game itself is the ultimate in 'jump scares'.
I understand why people hate them - I think I'd rather eat my own face than be put through a game that featured nothing else - but the former PC-exclusive does do them well. And it's freaky as anything, mostly because it continually makes you wait before anything happens. I'd certainly never go through the whole thing, but hey, if you want to be scared out your pants, Outlast is for you.
Dave Scammell, Deputy News Editor - Outlast, PlayStation 4
Let's not talk about it...
Steve Burns, Reviews and Features Editor - Titanfall - Xbox One
I recently attended both the Titanfall and Evolve hands-on events, and was shocked at what I saw. It wasn't that the games themselves weren't good. It was the participants. The other journalists. The competition. Frankly, they were terrible. Shocking. It was like I was playing against bots. When they play the game in the wild their K/D ratio won't be a number, it will be this picture. KNEEL BEFORE BURNS, I shouted, twice, before I was whisked away for a nice sleep. Amateurs.
Tom Orry, Editorial Director - FIFA 14, PS4
I've got pretty into Ultimate Team now, with my team almost subconsciously being packed with Spanish players, and Dimitar Berbatov. There's a definite sense of accomplishment when you earn enough coins to buy the player you've been after, and scouting the transfer market to make sure you get the best deal is strangely fun in of itself. I'm sure there will come a time when I opt to play a game that isn't FIFA 14, but for now this is my go to game for every evening in the foreseeable future.