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Gamesmaster June 2016

GamesMaster is the world’s most exciting multi-format games magazine, and is the only magazine to offer comprehensive coverage of the biggest and best games on every machine, every month. In every issue you'll find the biggest scoops across all the formats – Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PS2, PSP, Xbox, Gamecube, GBA, DS and PC. And inside every issue you'll find a massive 4,000 cheats and tips to help you finish those tricky levels.

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“an exclusive first peek at one of 2016’s biggest hits”

Don’t you just love it when a great game sneaks up on you? That’s exactly what happened this month, with the phenomenally gorgeous-looking Dishonored 2. We knew it existed before now, but with an exclusive peek behind the curtains over at Arkane Studios comes a heady appreciation for what will be one of 2016’s biggest hits. The series is famous for building a world which really resonates, and the new location of Karnaca looks a worthy successor to Dunwall. The sun-kissed new environ is shaping up to be a prime digital destination for some essential videogame escapism. Omedetou, by the way, for picking up an issue packed with specially baked JRPG goodness. Alongside big hitters such as Mafia III and Nioh, we’ve taken an up close look at the next year of…

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team gm

THE MOST DEDICATED TEAM IN THE BUSINESS A real family unit. That’s what Team GM is. Mainly because, as in Mafia III, there’s the constant threat of sleeping with the fishes should they miss deadline. And those fishes are real duvet-hoggers. Matt Sakuraoka-Gilman The team got a whiff of what it’s like to sit in the editor’s chair this month, as Matt’s daily To Do list leaked online. Spotting items such as ‘Undermine Robin’ and ‘Shoot Down Ben’s Puns’ worked wonders for mag morale. What would your Mafia name be? Matt ‘The Sak Attack’ Gilman Sam Freeman It’s with a heavy heart that we bid our man of art farewell this issue, as he’s off to pastures new. Well, to Bristol at least. Expect our non-photoshopped hairstyles and plague-marked visages to come at you in full force…

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letter of the month

Reading through the reviews for Street Fighter V, I’m becoming more aware of an increasingly worrying trend in triple-A games: lack of content at launch. From what I’ve read, it has no arcade mode, no training/challenge mode and although gameplay-wise is extraordinary, doesn’t offer much replay value. I find it bizarre that a major 2016 release, costing roughly £45, has so little content. What’s worse is that publishers seem to be ok with selling these missing features later on (or even at launch!) as DLC. With software already expensive, these extra costs always come off to me as unfair. Don’t get me wrong though, some DLC expansions can be great, adding to the original story or improving character rosters. Some of my favourites include the seminal Minerva’s Den and Burial At…

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Back to the future Younger generations will probably think VR is a new phenomena, but they weren’t around for the Virtual Boy. I still have mine, boxed and in mint working condition. You see, virtual reality is a product of the ’80s, but the technology just wasn’t there to realise its potential. Now VR has truly become, well… a reality. Whether its Vive, Rift, or PSVR, this year we’ll see whether it becomes a new gaming standard, or the next Kinect or PS Move dust collector. It’s difficult to describe how special it is. As an early adopter of the Oculus (I got a DK2) I’ve been sold for some time, but how do you convince others? I started with my wife, plugging her into Elite: Dangerous. While she wasn’t keen on the…

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wish list

That huge open w orld hinted at in the ement trailer, and possibly announc the choic e of a male or f emale Link. Martin Dixon, @Bunn ySuicida For it to have the character of Ocarina Of Time or Wind Waker. Honestly I felt like Skyward Sword was a misstep. Stanley Cohen, Facebook I just want it to finally c ome out! Andrew, @halo1nine Give me a Zelda where every player can complete the game via an entirly diff erent route, Elder Scrolls- style. Matt Sakuraoka-Gilman, @Gmaniacal I want a Link/Linkle choic e and a more badass feeling than the usual, humble, silent pr otagonist… Vaggelis Karpetis, Facebook I want it to feel like something new, not like an extension of TP or OOT. Paul Davis, Facebook…

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your top 5 most wanted

1 THE LEGEND OF ZELDA Format Wii U ETA Winter This long-awaited latest entry refuses to budge from the top spot, enjoying its second week at number one. 2 NO MAN’S SKY Format PS4, PC ETA 24 June We’re so close to blast off time we can practically smell the rocket fuel. Watch out universe, here we come! 3 MASS EFFECT: ANDROMEDA Format PS4, XO, PC ETA Spring 2017 The Bioware behemoth is back for more tricky moral dilemmas, space magic, and, dare we say it, alien romance… 4 POKÉMON SUN AND MOON Format 3DS ETA Winter Looks like you trainers can’t wait to catch ’em all all over again in this latest duo of monster-nabbing sequels. 5 FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Format PS4 ETA Winter 2017 While there’s plenty of FFXV excitement about, it’s this retro remake that’s really getting series fans going…