Resident Evil 7's first two pieces of Banned Footage downloadable content landed on Xbox One this week. In the video below, we attempt the restful-sounding Bedroom DLC. Sadly, said bedroom is in the Baker house, and therefore contains a lady who vomits centipedes onto your face.
I've lived in some pretty awful places in my time, but even I have to take my hat off to the squalor in which Resident Evil 7's Baker family resides. Given how filthy the house is - and how nasty its inhabitants - you wouldn't expect it to be particularly fertile ground for a video game cooking show, but then Marguerite Baker does have a pretty strong fixation with food.
It was my birthday last week and, thanks to some tactical holiday allocation in 2016, I managed to roll five days over into 2017 which I used to give myself a whole week off work to celebrate.
Welcome back to Outside Xbox, where this week we were playing Resident Evil 7. In spite of its new first-person perspective, it feels like Resident Evil of yore, packed as it is with happily familiar Resident Evil tropes, such as minimal ammunition, a mansion full of weird door puzzles and the sinister presence of the Umbrella Corporation.
Resident Evil 7's new demo is a step-up from the first. It features a creepy, roaming antagonist, new clues to the main game's plot and a huge amount of atmosphere.
Everyone loves a mystery, don't they? I mean, why else would news about the discovery of Loch Ness Monster bones be trending on my Facebook feed right now?