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Exploring the influence of video games in culture and society
We'll have regular features with industry legends and op eds on the way gaming is becoming a massive influence in popular culture and every day life.
In this issue: We look at Ghost Recon, localisation, the Middle East Film and Comic Con, EGXRezzed and the hunt for Achievements.
In this issue: We look at all things space! Do space MMOs give us an insight into what we'd be like let loose from Earth? We look at Elite Dangerous, EVE Online, Star Trek Bridge Crew and newly released Prey.
In this issue: We look at the state of indy development, how it's changing the gaming landscape and what's being done to help nurture and grow our industry. We speak to publishers and developers and feature some of the heavyweights in this space. Oh, and E3... a lot of E3.
In this issue: A look at the history of gaming and take a journey through time and console. With reviews of rebooted titles such as Crash Bandicoot and Micro Machines, an interview with industry legend Ian Livingstone and features on old consoles and games, it's another bumper issue for you to enjoy!
In this issue: We look at the importance of simulators and how they're changing the way we interact with real world cars, whether they're a good measure of what we'd be like on the race track and how we can improve our driving.
In this issue: We look at some of the best known women in the industry. We explore their route to gaming, how they feel about the current gender balances within our industry and what the future holds for the next generation of women that will be interested in a career in video games. We speak to Rhianna Pratchett and veterans Shannon Loftis and Kate Edwards.
In this issue: We look at what made 2017 one of the best years in gaming history.
We’re looking at Japanese games – focusing on some of the best games which are currently available, as well as those coming out a little bit later on in the year. Of course, we’ve delved into the history of the games, not to mention how the Japanese games industry has been a driving force in development, has created gaming genres and the ways in which Japanese games have also morphed over time.