Right, please pardon the potential puerility and let's just savor the innocence of that screenshot above for one moment because, for better or worse, that's probably never going to happen in the history of videogames again. It's one of the new options in the latest patch to Noby Noby Boy, as seen in a guide to the huge range of new musical selections and comes -- it's worth pointing out -- one screen after being able to switch on the prelude to Bach's Cello Suite No. 1. Elsewhere on Offworld we took a look at a huge range of good things on their way: creatively killing zombies in Dead Rising 2, the slick sterility of turn-based sock-em fighting in Toribash, the newly updated planar-platforming of Infinite Ammo's Paper Moon, prosecutorial courtroom drama on the DS with Miles Edgeworth, and rolling up katamari in HD with the PS3 remake of the PS2 original in Katamari Forever. We also watched the wonderfully 8-bit RPG inspired music video from the now defunct Black Comets, and listened to more hacked-up hardware shoegaze from Tree Wave, saw an indie developer quit his mainstream dev job via a playable Super Mario game, saw the star of Braid coming to Super Meat Boy, and, finally, listened to a remake of Nine Inch Nails' The Perfect Drug done by way of Dr. Mario, which even Trent Reznor himself has said made his life complete.