Watch: Quantum Break, Alan Wake and Max Payne are all connected (here's how)

Plus more videos from Outside Xbox.

Greetings, Eurogamers! Your time is precious and we appreciate you spending it watching this selection of our videos. If you only had time powers, of course, you could just pause time and watch the entire back catalogue of Outside Xbox videos without the lingering sense of guilt that accompanies it.

Quantum Break imagines what it would be like to wield such terrifying power, but it's also an opportunity for Remedy to cram another game full of Easter eggs and in-jokes that connect it to the studio's previous games. Discover how Quantum Break connects to Alan Wake and Max Payne in the video below.

Even Quantum Break's time-travelling strangeness struggles to compete with the ludicrous plot of Barkley, Shut Up And Jam: Gaiden's, in which a terrifying 'chaos dunk' has killed 15 million people. That's just one of the occasions when the noble sport of basketball simply wasn't weird enough for video games.

Finally, Show of the Week celebrates two of comics' biggest heroes knocking lumps out of each other. Batman v Superman hit cinemas this week and reminded us that even though Superman has a dreadful N64 game to his name, Batman hasn't escaped licensed video games unscathed either.

That's all from us for another week, unless you command the ability to fast-forward time to next Sunday, at which point we'll have another three videos for you to enjoy. See you in the future!

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