games™ Issue 113
New issue on sale now, featuring a studio visit to Sledgehammer where we speak with the team about the biggest game of the year, Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Elsewhere, 343 speak on Halo Anniversary, Yakuza bigwig Toshihiro Nagoshi talks to us about Binary Domain and we profile prolific studio WayForward.
We meet Yakuza creator Toshihiro Nagoshi to discuss morality, science fiction and cover shooters, and how they all fit into Binary Domain.
With 120 games in its portfolio, WayForward could be the most accomplished developer you’ve never heard of. We meet Voldi Way, the studio’s founder.
Did you know Alfred Hitchcock invented videogames? Well, he did. Kind of. Read exactly how he did that, along with ten other tall tales.
After having to keep our mouths shut about it for an entire year, we finally pull the dust cloth from Criterion’s top-down downloadable spin-off Burnout Crash! and ask the developers all about it.
games™ talks to 343 Studios about the future of Microsoft’s most successful exclusive franchise, and asks what we might expect from Saber’s Combat Evolved remake.
The definitive verdicts on the biggest games, including…
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Call Of Juarez: The Cartel
Ms. ‘Splosion Man
El Shaddai: Ascension Of The Metatron
Dream Trigger 3D
Driver: San Francisco
Magnetic Billiards: Blueprint
Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet
The King Of Fighters-i
Captain America: Super Soldier
The gaming future laid bare, with first looks and updates on…
The Secret World
Need For Speed The Run
Trackmania 2: Canyon
Dead Rising 2: Off The Record
The King Of Fighters XIII
Silent Hill: Downpour
and many more…
Behind The Scenes: Theme Hospital
We talk to former members of the Bullfrog team about high temperatures and low spirits during the development of Theme Hospital.
History Of Games: 1983
Our regular feature charts the rise of gaming, one year at a time. This year: Dirk dares.
25 Years Of Famitsu
A look at the esteemed Japanese magazine’s history.
Issue 113 is available now from all good newsagents or online from the Imagine Shop.