If you buy the collector's edition of Mass Effect: Andromeda (fair warning: it'll set you back £250), you'll get your hands on a remote-controlled Nomad. It's got a camera on the front, can be controlled using your phone and I think it's quite a cool toy. Am I allowed to say that? It's expensive and daft, but yeah, it's a good toy.
After so long under wraps, finally getting to play Mass Effect Andromeda gave us a whole heap of information to sift through - not least how it plays, looks and feels.
Some cracking games came out in 2016 - this year we've spent hours screaming about onions in Overcooked, contesting the payload in Overwatch and, of course, going on overwatch in XCOM 2.
You may have seen Mass Effect Andromeda turn up at The Game Awards with new gameplay footage, but BioWare hid plenty within the trailer you might have missed.
There's a new alien race, the angara, for example. They are neutral, unlike the antagonistic kett race, and look a bit like Lilo & Stitch's Captain Gantu.
In the video below we take a detailed look at Andromeda's combat system and dialogue options, delve into some of the history of Andromeda, and take a better look at your latest squadmates to be revealed: male krogan Drack and female turian Vetra.
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.
It's hard to believe it's already been a week since E3 2015 - mostly because my weak, spongy body gave out the moment I got home and I'm still not back to full health. Anyway, enough of my problems, we've got a perfectly good show to watch.
Happy N7 Day, Mass Effect fans! BioWare is set to reveal more information on Mass Effect 4 this evening at 6pm GMT as part of its annual 7th November celebrations.