This week on Outside Xbox

BioShock, building and buddying-up.

Ah, Easter weekend. Four glorious days off, free to spend some quality time with your family. Oh who am I kidding, most of us are going to be barricaded in a darkened room marvelling at the spectacular world of BioShock Infinite's Columbia. It's a bit like a flying Disneyland only the food is much cheaper, as you'll discover in our Show of the Week.

Of course, with all the fuss about Irrational's stunning shooter, it'd be easy to miss the fact that Outside Xbox indie darling Terraria finally landed on Xbox 360 this week. To prove it can hack it with the big boys, Jane and I decided to recreate Columbia in the game. The results are... well let's say we're not going to be landing lead artist jobs at Irrational any time soon.

Meanwhile, Andy was making friends with his strong, silent spotter Diaz in Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2, sequel to the inexplicably successful, million-selling Sniper: Ghost Warrior.

Finally, in honour of BioShock's performance-enhancing vigors, the three of us decided to take a look at the worst drugs in video games. Talk about a cautionary tale. We're never touching that Skooma muck again.

Elsewhere, Andy compiled his thoughts on BioShock Infinite if you're somehow still on the fence about it, Mike picked apart the Saints Row 4 trailer and YouTuber extraordinaire Syndicate joined us briefly to offer his opinion on the Battlefield 4 reveal. Have a great Easter weekend and see you over on Outside Xbox.

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