Discuss The Decade
In this issue 100 special edition of Discuss, we look back on the events, developments, controversies, promises, surprises and quotes from the last ten years in videogames.
100 Greatest Games Of All Time
As we reach our centenary issue, gamesTM chooses the 100 greatest games in history. The gloves are off. Let the arguments begin.
Peter Molyneux promised us a no-holds barred interview, and wouldn’t you know it, he actuallly delivered. gamesTM speaks to the legendary game designer about Fable 3, Kinect and a boy named Milo.
No Gods Or Kings
With BioShock Infinite now officially unveiled, we sit down with Irrational Games co-founder Ken Levine to discuss his past, present and future.
Street Fighting Man
Street Fighter IV was a major factor in the rebirth of the beat-’em-up – we talk to Yoshinori Ono, the man responsible for arcade sticks becoming a coffee table centrepiece.
‘There’s no ‘I’ in team’, they say. Clearly they weren’t talking about Sonic Team, or the head of the Sega codeshop, Takashi Iizuka.
He’s one of the games industry’s brightest and most creative talents, but his career has been beset by bad luck. We ask Tim Scafer about staying funny in the face of adversity.
A Link To The Future
We speak to a number of industry legends, including David Braben and David Cage, about what they think the future holds for gaming.
The definitive verdicts on the biggest games, including…
Metroid: Other M
Valkyria Chronicles II
StarCraft II: Wings Of Liberty
Dead Rising 2: Case Zero
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light
Castlevania: Harmony Of Despair
Behind The Scenes – Burnout 3: Takedown
gamesTM is given unrestricted access to the Criterion vault, returning with the untold story of the developer’s finest arcade racer.
Howard Scott Warshaw talks to his former Atari colleagues, and returns with their account of the rise and fall of the original videogame company.
Japan’s best known retro gamers look back at the genesis of the country’s videogame age and the incredible impact of Nintendo’s Family Computer.
Issue 100 is available now from all good newsagents or online from the Imagine eShop. You can even select which cover you’d like to order by clicking here, though supplies of each will be extremely limited so you’ll want to act fast to get the one you want…