Borderlands 2, Tokyo Jungle, PES 2013, F1 2012 and Deal of the Week Street Fighter X Tekken are the latest quintet of game-like objects to fall under Equaliser's unblinking gaze. It's informative and it might make you laugh.
Five more games are put to the Equaliser test, namely Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (X360/PS3), Double Dragon Neon (XBLA/PSN), Avengers Initiative (iOS), LittleBigPlanet PS Vita (PS Vita) and our Deal of the Week Max Payne 3 (X360/PS3).
In this week's Equaliser we see what professionally and voluntarily opinionated game lovers made of Guild Wars 2 (PC), Organ Trail: Director's Cut (iOS), TESV: Skyrim - Hearthfire (X360), Mark of the Ninja (XBLA) and Deal of the Week Super Hexagon (iOS).
If you fancy picking any of them up, here are the best/only places to get them and read the reviews we've featured in full:
As you've probably already surmised, Explosive Alan isn't particularly concerned about being an exhaustive hub of gaming news and reviews. It's not (just) because we're lazier than most; we just don't feel that we have the need to when there's already so many sites doing a thoroughly good job of that already.
However, we still think that you'd appreciate some form of easily digestible, multi-purpose video that alerts you to the week's most notable releases, lets you know how they fare according to professional and have-a-go critics alike and even points out a few bargains in the process.
That's where Equaliser comes in, because that's exactly what it is.
While we will curate the content of each show, our aim is allow you to make an informed decision about whose pockets your money will cause to sag without putting our own opinions at the centre of it all.
So, Equaliser: it's a new release round-up show with a difference (silly voices).
To show you how much we care, we've even included links to the cheapest place you can pick up the games featured on this week's show. You're welcome.
The incredibly divisive Resident Evil 6 kicks off the latest Equaliser, followed by the slightly more consistently received XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Dishonored and Pokémon Black and White 2, before our frugal eyes fall upon Twisted Metal.