Hello Eurogamers, welcome to your weekly roundup of the Titanfall beta over at Titanfall beta. I mean, the goings on over at outsidexbox.com. Sorry, I've been a bit distracted of late. It's due to the Titanfall beta taking up most of Oxbox's free time.
The Titanfall beta, out today, can be daunting at first. All that new Titan technology brings with it a host of new terms key to understanding what the heck is going on. So check your inbox for your beta code, then our handy guide for seven terms you'll need to know, including burn card, rodeo and doomed state.
When we weren't blowing up giant robots we were occupied by Evolve, the new game from Left 4 Dead creator Turtle Rock Studios. In Evolve, a four-player team of human hunters takes on a fifth player, who controls a giant monster. Evolve is shaping up to do with giant alien monsters what Left 4 Dead did with zombies: create intense, co-operative, anecdote-generating action, so hit play below for hands-on impressions and a first hit of Evolve gameplay.
Finally, Show of the Week turns its eye to South Park: The Stick of Truth, which comes out next month after three years of development, several months of delays and a brisk change of publisher. With South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone at the helm, it's just as lavishly offensive as the cartoon, with the same biting satire and shoddy animation. Show of the Week gets revved up for The Stick of Truth and asks: where did all other South Park games go wrong?