Video: Downer endings that were totally our fault

Plus more from Outside Xbox.

Greetings, Eurogamers. Thanks for taking time out of your busy internet schedule of disagreeing over the colour of a dress and hopefully not laughing at a 56-year-old woman falling down some stairs to watch some of our videos. We won't keep you long; we know there are red pandas frolicking in snow to be cooed over.

We don't mean to bring the mood down, but have you noticed the endings of some video games are really, thoroughly bleak? Sometimes that's not our fault, we did everything we could, but on these seven occasions we're prepared to put our hands up and say "my bad" when everything goes to pot.

Talking of things going to pot, there's a new instalment in the Resident Evil series. Resident Evi: Revelations 2 might not be as bad as some of the recent main series games - we won't know for sure until the final episodic chapter lands at the end of March - but things would be much easier if Capcom would just follow the instructions laid down in this week's Show of the Week.

Finally, we took a look at the pretty, if somewhat inert, world of Pneuma: Breath of Life. It's an Unreal Engine 4 game that features that same ponderous pace as parent-pleasing classic Myst. Pro-tip, though: turn off the A-level philosophy student who narrates it before you go completely insane.

That's it for another week, but if you like this sort of thing, do drop by our YouTube channel for more videos. Oh and if you're the type who communicates only in internet memes, we have a Tumblr full of silly GIFs too.

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