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Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception leads an issue of massive exclusives
What an issue we have for you this month. We know, we say that every month, but just take a look at the amazing coverage we’ve managed to squeeze into this issue. First and foremost among it id our cover feature, an exclusive chat with Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception developer Naughty Dog. Insider details and info you won’t be finding anywhere else. And that’s just for starters.
Keeping the Triple A developer chat turned up to 11 we also had the opportunity to speak exclusively with BioShock creator Ken Levine about his latest project BioShock Infinite. It’s an extraordinary game and Levine is a very opinionated industry veteran. Find out his thoughts on story in games, PlayStation Move, 3D and so much more besides. It’s an epic interview.
But don’t imagine we stopped there. With the announcement of the NGP we got developers from around the world to offer their opinions and impressions of the much heralded PSP2. What did Vanquish producer Atsushi Inaba think of it? How excited is Cliff Bleszinski? You can only find out in Play.
As if that wasn’t enough developer chatter for one issue we also have a behind the scenes look at Marvel Vs Capcom 3 with its producer Ryota Niitsuma and id Software’s John Carmack gives us his opinion of the PS3 as we got a look at his latest game, Rage. Elsewhere in our previews section we also got a look at LA Noire, The Darkness II, Batman: Arkham City, Mortal Kombat, Dark Souls, Anarchy Reigns and many more superb upcoming titles on PS3.
Review wise, the year is showing no signs of slowing down as we give you our verdicts on Dragon Age II, Bulletstorm, Fight Night Champion, Homefront, MotorStorm: Apocalypse, Two Worlds II, Top Spin 4, The 3rd Birthday, de Blob 2, Test Drive Unlimited 2, Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy, Yakuza 4, Ar Tonelica Qoga and Rango.
And we ask some important questions this month such as ‘How much better does Skyrim look than Oblivion?’ ‘Are action games outdated?’ ‘How does Alison Carroll feel about not being Lara Croft anymore?’ and ‘Can you find love online?’
What more could you ask for?