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October 2017 - Middle-earth: Shadow Of War


Monolith Productions has a long history in the gaming industry, but it’s a safe bet that the studio has never attempted a project more ambitious than Shadow of War. We knew that the sequel to Shadow of Mordor was a deep and involved game before we visited the studio, but after multiple days playing through the near-finished project, the full scope of the new Middle-earth game blew us away. We’ve come away with pages of impressions and explorations, including a look at the new Nazgûl boss fights, and pulled it all together into this month’s cover story.

September 2017 - Call Of Duty: WWII


After years of future combat, boosting, jetpacking, and exosuits, Call of Duty returns to grounded, gritty combat with one of history's greatest conflicts. Sledgehammer Games is targeting historical accuracy and a squad's story for the single-player campaign, a terrifying horror tale that lacks the camp and comedy of other recent entries for co-op zombies, and an all new socially-charged multiplayer experience featuring 48-player Headquarters space and War mode. We visited Sledgehammer Games to delve into each of these distinct gameplay offerings, get hands-on time with zombies and multiplayer, and learn exclusive details on many aspects of the game in our cover story.

July 2017 - Assassin's Creed Origins


The Assassin's Creed series has taken a year off since the release of Syndicate in 2015, and that additional time has given the team at Ubisoft Montreal a chance to realize its bold vision for the franchise. The Black Flag team pushed the series in new directions with its pirate-flavored entry, and their "nothing is sacred" approach is even more evident in Origins. Combat has been reimagined, navigation is tweaked, and foundational elements like Eagle Vision are taking on surprising new forms. We visited Montreal to get hands-on time with the game and talk to its creators, and our cover story packs in plenty of exclusive details within its 14 pages.

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Column Hubs

Funny To A Point

Jeff Marchiafava’s column celebrates the random, humorous, and downright stupid things that make gaming so much fun. It runs bi-weekly on Fridays.

RPG Grind Time

Kimberley Wallace's column is dedicated to examining the role-playing game genre and discussing its latest announcements. It runs bi-weekly on Wednesdays.

Science-Fiction Weekly

Andrew Reiner's column is focused on exploring the latest developments in science-fiction video games, movies, novels, and toys. It runs weekly on Tuesdays.

The Sports Desk

Matthew Kato explores the wide world of video game sports in his column. Check back every Monday for the latest analysis and news in the genre from this sports fanatic.

Top Of The Table

Matt Miller explores the ever-expanding world of tabletop board, card, miniature, and role-playing games in his column. Check back every other Friday for the best in the hobby scene.

The Virtual Life

Javy Gwaltney's cultural column is dedicated to exploring the places where our lives and games intersect, making meaningful connections to games. It runs bi-weekly on Wednesdays.

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