CGMagazine November 2017: Behind the Minds of the New Colossus 2

The 2017 CGMagazine Buyers’ guide is here! With guides to help you make the purchases for people on your holiday wishlist and selections of the best products of the year, this is an indispensable resource for the shopping season.

Inside, you’ll find:

  • Best of 2017: Action Game
  • Best of 2017: Platformer
  • Best of 2017: Simulation Game
  • Best of 2017: Puzzle and Rhythm Games
  • Best of 2017: RPG
  • Best of 2017: Horror Game
  • Best of 2017: Fighting Game
  • Best of 2017: Strategy Game
  • Best of 2017: Racing Game
  • Best of 2017: Sports Game
  • Best of 2017: Adventure/Visual Novel games
  • Best of 2017: Hardware
  • Best of 2017: Comics
  • Best of 2017: Movies

As usual, this month’s issue is packed with exciting features, including an exclusive interview with Naoki “Yoshi P” Yoshida and the team behind Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood and their take on why now is a better time than ever to join the fight for Eorza. We also talk with the team behind The Sims 4 and delve into the past, present and future of the long-standing, popular franchise.

You won’t want to miss a word! Get your copy today! Pre-orders are available here.

CGMagazine December 2017: The Buyers' Guide - Best of 2017 Edition


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Want more of some the topics in this month’s issue? Check out Jordan Biordi’s review of The Sims 4, and Derek Heembergen’s review of Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood!