Matt, Chris, Rebekah and James gather round their mics to discuss the biggest stories of the past week.
First up, we discuss the revived conversation around Battlestate Games' Escape From Tarkov and the developer's various excuses for the lack of playable women in the game. Six years on from the Assassin's Creed Unity debacle, we explore whether reasoning such as the "huge amount of work needed with animations" still stand up (if they ever did).
Next, we continue the conversation about the rumoured Switch Pro and the ongoing rumours that Nintendo will release one this year. Our contributing editor Rob Fahey questions whether such a strategy would be prudent, and the rest of the team is somewhat divided.
Finally, we talk about Nintendo and Game Freak's plans to drop the traditional third/alternative/Ultra edition and follow up Sword & Shield with DLC that introduces brand new regions. We discuss why this is a step in the right direction for the future of the series, and try to understand why first content pack is modeled on the Isle of Man (of all places).
As usual, you can get your daily dose of news, insight and analysis into the world behind video games at www.gamesindustry.biz.