Greetings Eurogamers! Destiny 2 has finally broken cover and looks to demolish any minor grumbles we had with the previous game. We're fully ready to kiss goodbye to any human contact beyond grouping up for a raid. And maybe phoning for pizza delivery. Guardians gotta eat too.
Greetings Eurogamers. It's been a busy week over here, what with the reveal of Xbox's Project Scorpio. As the entirely non-partisan, unbiased sorts that we are, we feel obliged to point out that there is still a slim chance it might not be the most impressive visual spectacle in console gaming. An /extremely/ slim chance.
Greetings Eurogamers! As we inch closer to Christmas, we begin to contemplate the true meaning of the holiday. That is, buying as many excellent gifts as possible so that you win Christmas and can spend the whole day loudly celebrating your own brilliance.
Greetings Eurogamers. We do our very best to make these weekly video digests a consistently enjoyable experience, making sure that, say, the middle video isn't so profoundly irritating that it spoils your entire day.
Greetings Eurogamers! We're back from European videogaming convention Gamescom laden under the weight of both opinions and captured gameplay from upcoming titles.
Greetings Eurogamers. We're on the eve of Gamescom, the videogame uberconvention in Germany at which new games are announced, upcoming games are teased and the entire games industry becomes 80 percent currywurst by volume.
Greetings Eurogamers. We like to think one can appreciate every single Outside Xbox video without any prior knowledge of the video games involved, Xbox as a console, or who these three upstarts are who insist on showing up on Eurogamer every Sunday.
Greetings, Eurogamers. That wasn't too scary, right? A nice, gentle introduction to another weekly digest of Outside Xbox videos. No surprises or sudden loud noises. Not even an exclamation mark!
Greetings, Eurogamers. We're fully recovered from the news onslaught that was E3 and taking time to digest it all. And by digesting it, we mean frantically googling what actually is a teraflop anyway.
Greetings, Eurogamers. It's a bank holiday in the UK and if "time immemorial" is anything to go by, this means relentless rain for all three of our days off. Conditions are therefore perfect for parking yourself in front of three of our videos.
Greetings, Eurogamers, and welcome to another weekly dispatch from Outside Xbox. Here are another three videos guaranteed to give you a warm, fuzzy sense of satisfaction when you get to the end of them.
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.
Greetings, Eurogamers! I'm not sure if you've noticed but there's this game called Minecraft that is a bit popular. If someone could only work out how to make the next Minecraft, they'd be laughing.
Hello Eurogamers! You may have noticed our most admirable quality is how reliable we are. Every single week, we can be relied on to provide three videos of above average quality for your viewing pleasure.
Salutations, Eurogamers. Another week, another seven days spent mooching around in Fallout 4's expansive nuclear wasteland. That towering pile of dishes in the sink will eventually biodegrade or something, right?
Greetings Eurogamers! Thanks for tearing yourself away from Fallout 4's wasteland for long enough to watch some of our videos. It's a struggle to resist Bethesda's richly detailed post-apocalyptic sandbox, we know.
Hello again Eurogamers. It's the week before Halloween, which apparently means it's still unacceptable as a grown adult to wander the streets dressed as a zombie and gorge yourself on sweets. Oh when will the waiting end?
Greetings, Eurogamers. Autumn is here and though we've been spoilt with Metal Gear, The Taken King and, to a slightly lesser extent, Mad Max, we're still waiting for 2015's final wave of blockbuster games to make landfall.
Hello again Eurogamers. By now you're probably aware that Metal Gear Solid V is something very special indeed, but spare a thought for all those other games that are being crushed beneath the wheels of Kojima's masterpiece.
Greetings Eurogamers and welcome to another Outside Xbox dispatch. Much like Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain hero Big Boss, we kept you waiting. Another week. For some videos.
Hello Eurogamers! You catch us in the midst of celebrating Outside Xbox's one million YouTube subscribers, which is a frankly ridiculous number of YouTube subscribers. After the PewDiePie fiasco this week we don't want to provoke speculation about our own vast wealth, but let's just say we were finally able to splash out on Yorkshire Gold teabags in this week's grocery shop.
Greetings, Eurogamers! You may be in the process of constructing an E3 blanket fort from which to judge the various game reveals, but if you can spare a moment we have some videos to ease you into the expo onslaught.
Greetings Eurogamers, and please kindly accept our offering of three videos, mostly on the subject of video games. They were all out of sacrificial goats at the shop. Sorry.
Greetings Eurogamers! We're back with another three videos to briefly distract you from pondering the many, many ways Earth could be destroyed, rendering humanity extinct in one fell swoop. Our favourite is gamma-ray bursts, incidentally.
Happy Easter, Eurogamers! There's a lot of talk about chocolate around this time of year and it's easy to forget the true meaning of Easter: four consecutive days off to eat all that chocolate.