Spawned of a community gaming session, the above occurs when Editor, James "Decent Jam" Parry, gets a kill during a multiplayer match. Metalrodent put this mock-up together, along with the caption "Coming soon to the PTC store" - worryingly, James said he'll "look into it". This is something he actually wants out in the wild?
The eagle-eyed amongst you might have noticed I joined the 21st century and created a Twitter account this week. After discovering Microsoft's CaptionBot was a thing that existed, I couldn't resist having a play and posting the results.
A pair of skis. Right.
After those glorious results, how do you resist sticking your mug on for analysis?
OK, now how am I supposed to resist doing the rest of team PTC?
The software's unfortunately semi-accurate on occasion.
The Overwatch beta concluded on Tuesday, displeasing many an addicted community member. Community game nights have remained strong regardless, old favourites GTAV and Rainbow Six: Siege stepping in to fill the empty void. Your Overwatch tremors will soon be muted with release around the corner, but James is working on something of the moving picture variety to provide a fix until then - keep an eye out for it.
Johnbhoy69 dove into the fantastic Uncharted 4; agreeably he's found it to be "a vast improvement over the previous games". I've had a mixed history with the series, but the latest entry is really something special. Smooth gameplay, amazing visuals, insane levels of detail, lovable characters and compelling narrative a great game make.
It's all got John a bit excited for the possibility of a Last of Us 2, his fingers firmly crossed for an E3 reveal next month. I foresee Naughty Dog resurrecting Crash Bandicoot before we see the return of any fungal-infected Clickers - anyone that's played Uncharted 4 will know why.
Another week, another birthday celebrated in the Happy Birthday Thread. This time it was the turn of Plasma wing, who we'll spare the embarrassment of another entry into a growing library of fails as a special treat.
... Nah, who am I kidding? He died to the easy AI in SMITE!
Liam published an opinion piece on why he backed Battalion 1944 on Kickstarter, which prompted Jaime Rodriguez to retort on our Facebook page.
Whilst I understand his reasoning, sometimes the personal lure of a project is too much to resist and supporting it is thus worth the risk. That's what happened for me earlier this year, at least. I popped my funding cherry by giving $81 to Gun Media's Friday the 13th: The Game project and haven't yet lived to regret it.
Keeping things Kickstarter, there's a project that aims to see classic Commodore Amiga game, Turrican II, receive an orchestral remix of its brilliant soundtrack in celebration of the 25th anniversary.
Listen to the intro theme below for an idea of what to expect (just give it a moment to kick-in).