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PC Gamer November 2019

In addition to a great visual design, PC Gamer focuses more on communities, user-made content and of course the big-name games we know and love! Each issue also offers exclusive previews and insightful features to make sure you're at the top of your game. Delivering authoritative, honest, informative and entertaining reviews, PC Gamer is the ultimate buyer’s guide. ****Note: This digital edition does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.****

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Language:
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Future Publishing Ltd
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13 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

1 min.
“i’m thrilled to be taking over as pc gamer’s editor”

For nearly 15 years, Creative Assembly’s superb strategy games were grounded only in accepted history, but in this post-Warhammerera, its work seems increasingly touched by the mythic. Troy embraces that new vision for a journey back to ancient times that’s informed as much by poetry as archaeology. It’s a chance to not only shake up the kind of stories the series can tell, but also to experiment with its core action in really exciting new ways. And speaking of change – hello! I’m thrilled to be taking over as PC Gamer’s editor this month, steering the magazine as it enters a new era of its own. ROBIN VALENTINE Specialist in Being the New Guy Twitter @robinlvalentine This month Rediscovered the joy of magazine deadlines. TALK TO PC GAMER Have your say! Email us at letters@ pcgamer.com…

1 min.
the pc gamer team

ANDY KELLY Specialist in Drinking tiny, cheap German beers Twitter @ultrabrilliant This month Headed to GamesCom to pick up a fresh plate of gamespreviewurst. PHIL SAVAGE Specialist in Guiding clueless new PC Gamer editors Twitter @Octaeder This month Offered the benefit of his hard-won wisdom, like a six foot two Yoda. TOM SENIOR Specialist in French corporate hierarchies Twitter @PCGLudo This month Investigated the world’s flattest game studio in Bordeaux. WES FENLON Specialist in Giant floppies Twitter @wesleyfenlon This month Uncovered a treasure trove of ancient Japanese relics… such as the Casablanca PC game.…

2 min.
telltale cheats death

What’s in a name? Less than you might think. A company called LCG Entertainment announced the return of Telltale Games to the US press this month, just under a year after the venerable adventure game studio was shut down. This new doppelganger plans to sell games from Telltale’s back catalogue and to work on new entries for some of its episodic series. “We’re still evaluating, but we definitely want to continue some of the stories,” Jamie Ottilie tells Polygon. Ottilie was CEO of a mobile developer behind licensed takes on Duck Dynasty and Power Rangers, while his business partner, Brian Waddle, marketed the Havok physics engine – the same one that’s been adding splash screens and wobbly objects to PC games for two decades. THE COMPANY IS STARTING SMALL AND HOPING TO…

1 min.
highs & lows

HIGHS Orcs Must Die 3 Robot Entertainment is back to their tower defence best with a sequel. Yakuza 7 An old April Fools gag turned out to be a stealth announcement, heralding a switch to turn-based combat. Cyberpunk 2077 CD Projekt Red has removed fixed gender options from its RPG to make it more inclusive CS:GO Australian police arrested six Counter-Strikeplayers after alleged match fixing. It’s a disappointing knock to esports’ credibility. Ion Fury Developer Voidpoint walked back an apology for homophobic content found in the FPS. This isn’t what ‘throwback shooter’ should mean. Nutaku The adult gaming platform wants to see even more porn games on Steam. Is that possible?…

3 min.
the spy

You’ve probably read about the exploits of actors so desperate for an award nomination that they’ll put themselves through absurd, antisocial tests of endurance. Hollywood calls this method acting, because you can excuse pretty much anything as long as you’ve branded it. The Spy sees such shenanigans and can’t help but think “Pfft, amateurs”. Sending used condoms to your co-stars isn’t ‘method’, Jared, it’s just being a shitty colleague. When The Spy goes method – ie, creates an entirely new persona for the purpose of infiltrating enemy territory and extracting information – The Spy fully commits. Just last week, The Spy flew to Japan on an assumed identity in an attempt to ascertain the PC prospects of the remaining Yakuzaseries, as well as Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio’s spin-off detective series Judgment. Unfortunately…

1 min.
this month in… 2009

ISSUE 206, November 2009 ON THE COVER World of Warcraft: Cataclysm IN CINEMAS Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 1 It’s the end of the World… of Warcraft. Our cover feature this month explains why Blizzard were using the Cataclysm expansion to destroy, rebuild and thus fix huge chunks of the absurdly popular MMO. It’s particularly interesting to compare then and now, given that WoW Classic has just reestablished the ‘broken’ version to much acclaim. 2 Remember Games for Windows Live? You couldn’t escape it this month, thanks toBatman:Arkham Asylum andRed Faction:Guerilla. Good games; a dark time for PC gaming. 3 This issue’s big list of 50 essential mods contains plenty of picks that are still great today. It features, among others, some classic total conversions, including The Nameless Mod and Minerva: Metastasis. It also features new stuff such…