Greetings, Eurogamers. What does humanity mean to you? To us it means holding the door open for people, laughing politely at bad jokes and not secretly being a robot sent back from the future to kill the leader of the resistance. It's fair to say we are nailing it.

The same couldn't be said for Morrigan in Dragon Age: Origins, who didn't let the impending doom of Thedas get in the way of a snarky running commentary. For Dragon Age: Inquisition, though, Bioware is promising a "more human side" to the "ice queen".

From more human characters to characters that aren't human at all: Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham has been rooting around in DC Comics' archives and will include some of the more obscure 'heroes' in the company's stable. And when we say stable, we mean it - 'Bat-Cow' is an actual thing, apparently.

Finally, Show of the Week inspects Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain and decides the Fulton recovery balloon is Metal Gear Solid's finest gadget. But you don't need fancy exfiltration systems to be a spy if previous Metal Gear games are anything to go by, just these five everyday items.

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