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This month we bring you the Science Fiction Issue, headlined by the ambitious No Man's Sky. We flew out to Hello Games' Guildford offices in England to see new elements and get some answers on this enigmatic game. For the first time you will learn about the imposingly large galactic map, the enemy forces you'll be battling, new details on the economy and upgrades, and much more.
It’s been more than four long years since Swedish developer Avalanche Studios released the outrageous open-world game Just Cause 2. Players gravitated to gunfights atop moving vehicles, the versatile parachute, and the innovative tether that could link nearly any two objects, humans, or a combination of the two. The 400-square-mile world provided the ideal backdrop for players to go nuts, with many players hitting the 100-hour mark to earn 100-percent completion or to simply goof around with the wild physics. The mod and YouTube community kept interest in the game alive for years after launch and eventually pushed sales to more than six million units.
The Resident Evil series hasn't blown fans away with recent releases, but one spin-off starring Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield surprised and delighted many. Resident Evil Revelations, which hit 3DS and last-gen consoles in 2012, received far more acclaim than even Capcom's big-budget Resident Evil 6. The publisher is capitalizing on the excitement with a sequel for last- and current-gen consoles. For our November issue cover story we met up with Capcom in Tokyo, Japan to get our hands on an exclusive section of the game and time to chat with the developers about the game and what to expect from the proper sequel to RE 6.
There’s never a shortage of things to talk about in the week-to-week world of gaming, so you can look forward to opinions and observations from the GI editors each Thursday.
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