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PreviewsEdit

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (4 pages)

X-Men Destiny (2 pages)

Street Fighter X Tekken (2 pages)

Prototype 2 (2 pages)

Dream Trigger 3D (1 page)

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (4 pages)

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record (2 pages)

DiRT 3 (2 pages)

Skullgirls (2 pages)

Deus Ex: Human Revolution (2 pages)

Amy (1 page)

Asura's Wrath (2 pages)

Saints Row: The Third (2 pages)

Prey 2 (2 pages)

Sonic Generations (1 page)

DiscussEdit

Lockdown (4 pages)

For all it's early successes, the Nintendo 3DS is still ruffling feathers with the hardcore for one simple reason: it's the first handheld games console to be completely region locked. games™ investigates this worrying new development.

Enabling Gamers (4 pages)

With gaming so popular, why does the majority of the industry ignore the 33.5 million disabled potential gamers?

ColumnistsEdit

Letter from America - Graeme Nicholson

Kongetsu - Dave McCarthy

FeaturesEdit

Breath of Fire - Dragon's Dogma (6 pages)

Illustrated: Fallout: New Vegas (2 pages), Guilty Gear Series (2 pages), Sonic the Hedgehog (2 pages)

Dungeon Master (6 pages)

With a studio reputation that has been moulded by taking on existing licenses, games™ speaks to Feargus Urquhart, Head of Obsidian Entertainment, about taking the lead on Dungeon Siege, the lessons learnt from Fallout: New Vegas's reception and whether we can expect another original IP anytime soon.

Angels & Demons (6 pages)

Light side or dark side? Rescue or harvest? How far will you go to save someone you love? games™ explores the grey area beyond good and evil...

Keeping Perspective - Fez (6 pages)

Essentials: 10 of the best imaginary sports. (2 pages)

ReviewsEdit

MainEdit

Game Title Publisher Format Pages Verdict
Portal 2 Electronic Arts 360 4 9
SOCOM: Special Forces Sony PS3 2 7
Mortal Kombat Warner Bros PS3 2 5
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP Capybara Games iPad 2 6
Frog Minutes Grasshopper Manufacture iPad 1 6
Islands of Wakfu Microsoft 360 1 6
Battle: Los Angeles Konami 360 1 3
Operation Flashpoint: Red River Codemasters 360 2 7
The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile Ska Studios 360 2 9
Moon Diver Square Enix PS3 1 4
Shield the Beat Microsoft 360 1 8
Conduit 2 Sega Wii 2 4
Duke Nukem: Critical Mass Deep Silver DS 1 4
Patapon 3 Sony PSP 1 7
Virtua Tennis 4 Sega 360 2 6
Section 8: Prejudice TimeGate 360 1 6
Super Monkey Ball 3D Sega 3DS 1 3
Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime Atari 360 1 5
Swarm UTV Ignition 360 1 5

OnlineEdit

Game Title Publisher Format Pages Verdict
Crysis 2 Electronic Arts
360
1 9

RetroEdit

Core Memory - Howard Scott Warshaw

Behind the Scenes - Guardian Heroes (6 pages)

Collector's Corner - Sonic Adventure 2: Birthday Pack (2 pages)

The Complete History of Games - 1979 (4 pages)

Extended Play - Adventure

Conversion Catastrophe - Pit Fighter - SNES (2 pages)

(What you should have played it on: Atari Lynx)

Striking Out (6 pages)

Commercial videogames were unafraid to pass comment on the socio-economic situations affecting Britain in the 1980s. But why was the culture among developers so different back then and are we likely to see contemporary videogames react in the same way?

IndustryEdit

Developer Profile: Gala Networks Europe (2 pages)

Developer Profile: Frogster Interactive Pictures (2 pages)

Developer Profile: Trion Worlds (2 pages)

Developer Profile: NCsoft (1 page)

Other CreditsEdit

Senior Sub Editor

Mat Hoddy

Contributors

Sam Bandah, Carly Barrett, Dave Cook, David Crookes, Ian Dransfield, Matt Edwards, Stacey Grove, Stace Harman, Kim Herbst, Stuart Hunt, Darran Jones, Simon Miller, Will Shum, Perry Wardell-Wicks, Stephen Williams & Ryan Winterhalter

External LinksEdit

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