Next-gen coverage galore in our latest issue

Next-gen coverage galore in our latest issue

Changes are aplenty.

The PlayStation 4 is out, and the Xbox One is on the verge of hitting shelves. The gaming industry is changing before our eyes, and so are we. Our latest issue covers everything you need to know heading into the next phase of gaming, and also marks the debut of our new comic-related series, which focuses on the significant cultural impacts certain comics had on the medium. Phil Brown kick starts the series with a piece on Watchmen, and its relationship with the 80s.

However, with the holidays coming up, there’s bound to be a new PS4 or Xbox One mentioned somewhere on your wish lists that need to be taken care of. To help you make make the best choice, we break down both systems and outline what they can offer you as we enter the eighth generation of consoles. Our preview of the Steam Machine will also interest anyone looking into Valve’s curious little cloud-gaming gizmo.

Enjoy reminiscing about the old days of Super Mario and Goldeneye? Our feature piece on previous gaming generations is something you should check out, alongside Phil Brown’s piece on the Wii and the legacy it left behind. Phil loves his Nintendo.

We also review David Cage’s latest project Beyond: Two Souls, alongside one of the cross-platform launch titles for the PlayStation 4 including Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.

All this and even more can be found in our upcoming issue, so make sure to pick up the physical copy on November 26, or order the digital copy on Zinio.

 

 

 

Alex Coop

Alex Coop is a regular contributor at CG Magazine, and really likes Superior Spider-Man, Skyrim, and bow ties. He's written for Gameranx, Sweptmedia, and blogs regularly about Marvel's lovebirds, and strangely his cat. You can check it out at alexcoopscoop.wordpress.com.

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