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Issue 200 feedback thread

Post by merman » Wed May 16, 2018 10:41 am

ISSUE 200 SPECIAL
The Future of Gaming - the games, technologies and innovations that will change the way we play

PLUS BONUS 36-PAGE SUPPLEMENT: THE 200 GREATEST GAMES OF ALL TIME
Over 40 years of industry-defining classics, from Pong to Portal

FEATURES
Shadow of the Tomb Raider - what you need to know about the concluding chapter of the reboot trilogy
What Lies Below - Capybara's roguelike epic is emerging from its lengthy development
In conversation with Rhianna Pratchett - on the evolution of game narratives and reflections on her career

REVIEWS
God Of War
Forgotten Anne
Frostpunk
Extinction
Surviving Mars
Chuchel
Minit
Q.U.B.E 2
The Swords of Ditto

ACCESS
Soon we will all bask in the glow of Ooblets
How Spider-Man aims to wow us
Sacrifice your life and sanity in Cultist Simulator
Disco Elysium is unlike anything you have ever played before
Papers, Please meets dystopian Britain in Not Tonight
Radical Heights is Cliff Bleszinski's answer to Battle Royale*
Real-time strategy done right in Bad North
How choice and consequence works in Detroit: Become Human
Scavengers: a new breed of FPS
Can Wargroove surpass its biggest inspiration?
The pure delight of Mineko's Night Market
gamesTM 200 in numbers

RETRO
The Retro Guide to Tim Schafer and Double Fine - the founder talks us through his career from SCUMM to Psychonauts 2
Behind the scenes of Tomb Raider - how did Core Design end up making one of gaming's biggest icons?
Retro Interview: Roland Perry - the man who played a massive role in the technology of the Amstrad range of home computers
Game Changers: Another World - Eric Chahi's passion project, and eight more games that utilised rotoscoping

FAVOURITES
Why I Love - Deep Rock Galactic, Ultima VII: Black Gate
The Vault - reviewing the C64 Mini, Funko Pop! vinyl figures and more new books

On sale Thursday 17th May
Issue 201 due Thursday 14th June

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Re: Issue 200 feedback thread

Post by Maryokutai » Wed May 16, 2018 11:32 am

Damn, I renewed too late for this. I think I'll order this separately if they still do that, N° 200 is a pretty big deal after all.

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Re: Issue 200 feedback thread

Post by One-armed dwarf » Wed May 16, 2018 11:45 am

merman wrote:
Wed May 16, 2018 10:41 am

Radical Heights is Cliff Bleszinski's answer to Battle Royale*
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Post by merman » Wed May 16, 2018 5:35 pm

*Footnote:

Cliff posted on Twitter this week that his company and Radical Heights will be closing...

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Post by capnAhole1980 » Tue May 22, 2018 4:24 pm

I can’t believe SWOS and Championship/Football Manager do not appear in the top 200 games of all time

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Post by sleepery jeem » Tue May 22, 2018 6:50 pm

:| always find such list very subjective, make the same list 5 years from now and is different, also depends on the makers and their gaming history and even where in the world the list was made up.

Pick your own and be happy I say.


:| oh picked up last months yesterday and this today, be reading that Mastertronic feature first....if I can drag myself away from Conan at some point.
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Re: Issue 200 feedback thread

Post by shinymcshine » Sun May 27, 2018 12:03 pm

Really want this issue, but the only place I can ever find GamesTM on sale anymore is WHSmith, none of the other newsagents around here seem to sell it, and neither do the supermarkets.

And WHSmith is a faff to get to :-(

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Re: Issue 200 feedback thread

Post by shinymcshine » Tue May 29, 2018 5:07 pm

Found a copy in Tesco Extra, hurray!
capnAhole1980 wrote:
Tue May 22, 2018 4:24 pm
I can’t believe SWOS and Championship/Football Manager do not appear in the top 200 games of all time
Agreed, the lack of PES or Fifa is odd too, along with Skyrim.

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