Hi Eurogamers, and welcome to a selection of the video offerings from Outside Xbox this week - a week in which we have been preoccupied with the esoteric art of hacking.
This is mostly the fault of Watch Dogs, in which we recently were given a good eight hours to run free, hacking things, blowing up other things, and generally seeing what there is to do in the game's open world.
Our to-do list included stamping around in a mechanised spider tank and taking a high-speed, high-risk tour along the city's 'L' train track. Take a look in this new Watch Dogs gameplay.
Watch Dogs imagines a world in which powerful hackers can use smartphones to control entire cities. I can't even beat level 80 of Candy Crush. Still, their skills are less impressive in a video game world, judging by some of the shoddy security systems we've come across in games. Show of the Week side-eyes five of the worst.
Finally this week, point your face at new Shadow of Mordor gameplay, plus words from the game's design director, who reveals how Monolith was inspired by the Arkham games in creating its take on Tolkien's Middle-earth.
For more videos, come to outsidexbox.com. See you next week!