Just above you can see me sporting the signature hockey mask of Jason Voorhees in Mortal Kombat X. Whilst that's very nice, I hear you asking quite how it's relevant? Know that the unfortunate decapitee was Plasma wing, and I'm sure all becomes clear.
Plas made the above on Paint, which goes to show he has a better grasp of the programme than he does gaming. What a good sport.
Check out one of the amusing modified matches in my clip below to get an idea of the Tower Battle mode's insanity.
If you're itching for a game of MKX, or any other fighter for that matter, head over to the Fighters Thread where you'll be sure to find a sparring partner. Or a punching bag, in Plas' case.
Whilst you're there, head over to the Off Topic Forum and take a peek at the sizeable assets on display in the Models Thread - they're sure to get your hands sticky.
Probably should change the name of the thread... errr... just for clarification!
I'm not sure what there is to misinterpret, Johnny? ...
But seriously, prolific modellers Metalrodent and Heavyarms_Kai return with some larger-than-usual scale reproductions to add to their ever-growing collections.
Kai actually does have some cheeky snaps for us this week, making good on his previous promise (and making up for my above deception): "DoA Xtreme 3 arrived today. The screenshot thread is about to get very interesting."
I expect to see some in-depth analysis of the gameplay in the Ratings Thread soon. That's what you based the purchase on, right?
Whilst we're talking ratings, last week's round-up touched upon the fact that Quantum Break had largely won over the community despite some otherwise mixed reviews. It seems that now the honeymoon period's passed, spirits aren't quite so high. ImmaturityRules cites "a massive difficulty spike at the end, general wonkiness in the movement and gunplay and an absurd amount of collectibles" as definite downsides to the strong narrative experience. MrkDhn10 also found these to be issues.
James looked a little more favourably upon the game in our official review, which you can catch in glorious video form below.
It's a similar case with Dark Souls III, as this time last week everybody was eagerly awaiting it, but now we find series superfan crippyd just isn't "feeling it". We'll have an official verdict on this one for you next week, so keep an eye out for the review.
You might also recall last week's clip in which Metalrodent executed a teetering manoeuvre during a bout of GTA: Online's Sumo Adversary Mode. Decent Jam was the victim in that instance, but he gets a degree of payback this week with the submission of a clip that sees lightning fail to strike twice.
I couldn't not share this next one as well, in which Jam's handed victory when ninjadan manages to squeeze both himself and Rodent down a tiny gap between two shipping containers. If he'd done it intentionally, I'd have been impressed.
PTC Liam shared an important life lesson regarding the acquisition of power weapons in online shooters; however tempting it is to just stand and wait for them to spawn, it's never a good idea. Here's a Halo 5 visual aid.
Crazy driving clips are all the rage at the moment, with Trackmania Turbo and Mario Kart 8 now joining GTA V's ranks.
Liam managed to secure both a Gold Medal and, less impressively, a twelfth place finish with a couple of outlandish and frankly questionable tactics when crossing the line in Trackmania.
Meanwhile, Kai shared some highlights from his attempt to beat the 100cc AI as Link on the Hyrule Circuit.
I have to give it to Nintendo - MKTV makes for some pretty snazzy clips!
We'll finish this week with a track that's kept me sat at the main menu in Dark Souls III for far too long. Stick some headphones on, turn the volume up and absorb this beauty.