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August 2015: Tacoma


About two years ago, a team of four made a splash on the indie scene with a game that reveled in its simplicity, Gone Home. The first-person experience tasked you with exploring a house to discover more about the people who lived there, centering on a girl named Sam coming of age and entering her first romance. Gone Home went on to achieve plenty of accolades, receiving Game Developers Choice and BAFTA awards for best debut. Now Fullbright is ready to discuss its next project, Tacoma.

July 2015: Halo 5: Guardians


You've played the Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta. Now it's time to uncover the mysteries behind the story. We went to 343 Industries to get the first hands-on with Master Chief's campaign. As you can see from the cover imagery, the Chief is now accompanied by the legendary Blue Team in both single-player and four-player co-op. Linda, Fred, and Kelly were abducted when they were six years old alongside John to be turned into Spartan-II super soldiers. This tight-knit squad grew up together and battled through many adventures in the expanded fiction, but this will mark their first significant role in a core Halo game. With the loss of Cortana in Halo 4, Blue Team steps up to interact with Chief, appear in cutscenes, and accept commands from him in single-player. In co-op play, everyone takes on a specific member, each with a different loadout unique to their specialty.

June 2015: Disney Infinity 3.0


Disney Infinity has become the gaming destination for nearly everything Disney. Avalanche Software’s first two installments put Disney, Pixar, and Marvel characters under one roof in story-based and freeform experiences. Now it’s time for Disney to give the Star Wars brand its due – Luke, Leia, Anakin, and more are joining the family with Disney Infinity 3.0, and we’ve got all the details in our mega-sized 16-page cover story.

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