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The battle royale genre has plenty of entries, and the big franchises are yet to weigh in with their own interpretations. But when I think of the genre, only two games come to mind.


AI assistants are popping up everywhere, and bit by bit they're starting to interface with gaming. Just the other month, Amazon started a beta that would let Alexa remind you of how shitty your Call of Duty kill-death ratio was.

But how much would people want an AI assistant for gaming?


There's rumours up dale and down hill about a new Elder Scrolls, even though Bethesda has said publicly that they don't just want to make Fallout and Elder Scrolls games.

But there will be a follow-up to Skyrim eventually. So let's play hypothetical developer for this week's Big Question. You're in the planning phase for Elder Scrolls VI. What do you do with it?


We've spoken a little bit about great quests, ranging from Monster Hunter: World to the lack of combat in Dragon Age: Inquisition's 'Wicked Eyes and Wicked Hearts'. But what's your favourite quest line of all time?


Every once in a while we ask if people prefer summer or winter. It's autumn so why don't we give some love to the other two seasons.


Some games you can't stay away from. No matter how much you try to say you're done, it doesn't matter. Somehow you find it on the screen in front of you and that means it's time to play.

For me, that game is Spelunky.


By some considerable distance, one of life's greatest pleasures is browsing the glory that is the Fatties Burger Appreciation Society. So for this week's Big Question, let's talk big burgers.


The great thing about games is that they're, for the most part, always accessible. There's nothing stopping me from playing something in the '90s, or loading up an emulator to get a classic going that used to run on my dad's 286.

But sometimes life moves on, and the games and moments we enjoyed get left behind.


Investing in bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies in general, has taken off rapidly over the last year. But one of the earliest groups to get on board the technology was gamers, partially because they had all the tech and know-how to mine bitcoin in the first place.

So: have you invested in bitcoin yet?


I recently set a goal for myself to collect all the achievements on as many games as possible. I say "recently", but this goal dates back to my university days, when in my youthful optimism I believed I could conquer TF2.


Look, we do this poll roughly once every couple of years, mainly to see how many people have moved over to the CORRECT side, which is invert. Obviously.

Last two times I did this poll, the world tried to tell me that so called 'regular' was the way to go. Come on squad, come to the light.