Watch: Johnny makes the sinner’s sandwich from Deadly Premonition

The nice thing about filming a different video game recipe each week is that we’re never short of suggestions from our viewers. Having made eight different video game dishes now you’d think we’d be running out of ideas, but the recipes just keep coming in (I promise I’ll cook something from Skyrim eventually).

The downside of all this, of course, is that sometimes a suggestion comes in that’s too good to ignore but also sounds disgusting. This week’s episode is a perfect example, as it fell to me to make the sinner’s sandwich from Deadly Premonition.

In case you need reminding, the sinner’s sandwich is a heady mix of turkey, strawberry jam and cereal. While it’s hardly Michelin star cuisine, it is at least easy to put together. You can see how I got on in the video below.

Deadly Premonition director Swery65 has the most amazing tattoo

Deadly Premonition and D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die director Hidetaka “Swery65” Suehiro has the most amazingly bombastic back tattoo I have ever seen.

Typically a tattoo promoting oneself would be seen as egotistical and off-putting, but when you get a giant yakuza-style back tattoo portraying your beloved plush monkey pal denoting your nickname, I think we can let it slide – especially if you’re the man who created Deadly Premonition. Indeed Swery, who identifies as a Buddhist monk, has to his stuffed monkey Sharapova as his “partner”.

Swery noted on his that the tattoo was done by , who operates a sweet studio in Tokyo.