GamesMaster September 14 Issue 280

We’ve the 51 best games of this year and next, including The Legend Of Zelda, Uncharted 4, Far Cry 4 – and many more!
GamesMaster September 14 Issue 280

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Best sit down before cracking open this month’s issue of GM, folks. We’ve gone above and beyond to compile a 24-page behemoth of a feature, detailing every game that’s worth playing for the next 18 months of your gleeful gaming existence. We’ve got our mitts on early builds of Far Cry 4, Battlefield Hardline, The Crew, The Order: 1886, Batman: Arkham Knight and Destiny. We’ve had behind closed doors access to The Division, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Metal Gear Solid V and Forza Horizon 2. We’ve even bagged the very latest details on freshly announced titles such as From Software’s spiritual Demon’s Souls follow up Bloodborne, Naughty Dog’s new-gen powerhouse, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, and none other than The Legend Of Zelda for Wii U!
If that merry lot hasn’t turned your stomach upside down in excitement, we’ve still got our regular previews coverage. Get yourself a closer look at Disney Infinity 2.0 and its glut of inbound Marvel characters, and dig into our hands-on impressions of the new Dark Souls II DLC packs.
The new games just keep coming and this month they’ve spilled out and into our news section. We’ve hit the ground running with freshly announced belters, such as the two new Tomb Raiders and the incredible No Man’s Sky. We’ve even had a good old natter with Mortal Kombat X supremo Ed Boon between playing Rainbow Six Siege and checking out the new-gen versions of GTA V.
Over in reviews we’ve got the most anticipated MMO in years as Wildstar gets an expert going over. EA Sports UFC, Grid Autosport and Valiant Hearts go under the GM microscope, too.
Prop all those tasty treats up with stalwart gaming content across RetroMaster, where we take a trip back in time to check out Earthworm Jim, and CultureMaster, in which we discover the secrets of retro arcade machine collectors. Want to get the most out of your latest games? Then check out CheatMaster, wherein you’ll find the hidden gems of Watch Dogs and more.