Welcome to another week's worth of highlights from Outside Xbox. The video site that says "Hey, Xbox fans, we don't count as television because we're on YouTube, right?"

In Show of the Week we examine everyone's favourite eccentric, crime-fighting billionaire. No, not Iron Man. The other one. Batman. With Batman: Arkham Origins' plot based on the depth of DC's rogues' gallery, this week's show looks at the villains we do and don't want in Warner Montreal's take on Arkham.

In keeping with the theme of Batman villains, we've taken our cues from Two-Face in the aftermath of the Xbox One reveal. On the positive side, anyone concerned that the Xbox One isn't a games machine need only consider these 17 games confirmed for the console. No rumours, no maybes - just stuff that is definitely, officially coming.

On the other side of the coin, there are still questions we'd rather like Microsoft to answer before we start cheering for Team Green. Seven of them, to be exact. If Redmond can get its story straight and provide satisfactory answers at E3 in a couple of weeks' time, people will be far happier to join the pre-order party.

Elsewhere, we took a look at the finished version of GRID 2 to see if it does justice to its pedigree, inspected some excrement in a Let's Play of Hunter's Trophy 2 and chatted to Borderlands 2 writer Anthony Burch about Tiny Tina and the game's upcoming story DLC. We'll be back next week, naturally, but in the meantime head to outsidexbox.com for more choice Xbox 360 and Xbox One video.

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