This week on Outside Xbox

New Horizons. 

Greetings! This is the spot graciously given us by Eurogamer to lay out a video sampler of what's been going on at Outside Xbox in the past seven days.

This week, Mike's affinity for 90s games based on food licences gave us this brief history of nutritionally dubious product placement, starring Zool, Cool Spot, and the frankly terrifying Japanese Pepsiman.

Also on the topic of scary stuff, Sleeping Dogs' downloadable add-on Nightmare in North Point arrives on October 30, just in time for Halloween. Like Red Dead Redemption's Undead Nightmare, this is a standalone, non-canon story full of supernatural weirdness. Watch our preview for hopping Chinese vampires.

Finally, Show of the Week celebrates open-road racer Forza Horizon, Playground Games' confident debut and the most accessible Forza game yet. There's even a handy guide to some of the new and exclusive Horizon cars that Mike, our resident car expert, assures us are very exciting indeed.

For even more video game videos, stop on by Outside Xbox. See you outside!

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Andy is co-editor at Outside Xbox, enjoys difficult moral decisions and fights like a cow. You might remember him from such defunct Xbox video channels as Inside Xbox.


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