In GamesMaster August Issue 279
Load up with the issue 279 of GM for the low down on the latest Call Of Duty. With its near-future setting, Advanced Warfare looks to deviate from the tried and tested military shooter formula. We've gone deeper than anyone, firing the questions that need to be asked directly at new developer Sledgehammer Games. Get your first fix of multiplayer info, as well as huge revelations of new locations, characters and prototyped gameplay that didn't make the grade, in our epic ten-page cover feature blow-out.
Far from letting the COD powerhouse take over the mag, though, we've saved room for loads more exclusive and essential gaming content. Want to know what FIFA 15 plays like? How about great survival horror hopes Alien: Isolation and The Evil Within? Or 2K's new four player co-op monster bashing shooter Evolve? We've been hands-on with all of the above and our expert opinions cut through the marketing lingo to reveal what you really need to keep on your radar. Also up for preview this ish come XO exclusive Sunset Overdrive, Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor and Sony’s delayed PS4 racer Driveclub. Plus: first details on Far Cry 4 and Halo 5: Guardians!
Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs may have been the biggest new-gen launch game so far, but is it any good? Our lead review hacks it to pieces to find out. Meanwhile we’ve been blown away by one of the most surprising shooters of the year so far in Wolfenstein: The New Order. Murdered: Soul Suspect, Transistor and Ultra Street Fighter IV all get the GM review treatment.
As always your GM doesn’t end there. We’ve got RetroMaster, digging deep into the history of Bioshock’s spiritual predecessor, System Shock 2. We’ve got CultureMaster, with a unique insight into the lives of the UK’s gaming cosplayers. We’ve got IndieMaster, brimming with upcoming unknowns aiming for greatness. And we’ve got CheatMaster, gifting you the essential Mario Kart 8 knowledge to put you in pole position.