The September issue of @Gamer, the official games magazine of Best Buy, is now available in Best Buy stores and hitting subscribers. Check it out for new information on the game — including all-new screenshots.
The first hands-on preview of RAGE is coming in the next issue of PlayStation: The Official Magazine, complete with ten pages of in-depth coverage. To mark the occasion, four different covers have been pressed for publication, each featuring a different enemy from the game’s unfriendly wasteland.
Grab a quick look at each of the covers in the gallery below, and be on the look-out for the September issue of PTOM, coming soon to a newsstand near you.
Welcome back to another roundup. This week we start with the latest coverage on Hunted: The Demon’s Forge to share. PC Games Hardware has an interview with inXile President, Matt Findlay. Here’s an excerpt from PC-oriented interview…
PCGH: Assuming that you develop a special PC built of Hunted: The Demon’s Forge what features can only be realized with the PC as technical platform? Are there technical/visual differences between the PC and the console version of the game?
Matt Findlay: Although Hunted looks great on the console, there is a general upgrade of texture resolutions and shading that can occur on the PC because of the ability to scale performance based on hardware. We plan on taking every advantage of that.
For more details on Hunted, check out the following sites:
- Spawn Kill’s Stephanie Palermo named Hunted her Game of Show for E3 2010.
- RPG Site came away impressed after playing the game at E3.
- This Is My Joystick declares the game looks “awesome ridiculous.”
More news after the break…
Quick update on some magazines you might want to check out. From our UK offices, we found out about the two above covers. The current issue of PC Play (Croatia) features a cover story on RAGE. Game Republic in Italy, meanwhile, has a brand new cover story on Fallout: New Vegas.
Finally, the July issue of GamePro has a section called “Snapshot,” which takes a closer look at a given screenshot, and this time around it’s for Fallout: New Vegas. Those that checked out our New Vegas Fan Interview will definitely be interested in seeing this exclusive screenshot featuring a Nightkin.
That’s the May cover of French gaming mag Canard PC, and look at all of those Bethesda games. Even their mascot has been transformed into a hair-donning Vault Hare. Crazy.
It’s on sale now, so French gamers looking for more info on RAGE, Brink, Hunted and Fallout: New Vegas should hit their local newsstands.
The latest issue of Game Informer (June 2010) features a six-page preview with new details and screenshots from the strip of Fallout: New Vegas. If you’re a Game Informer subscriber, you should expect it in the mail any day (if you haven’t received it already). If you’re not a subscriber, be on the lookout for it on a newsstand or at a GameStop near you.
Our colleagues at ZeniMax Europe Ltd. sent along this Fallout: New Vegas cover shot for Igromania, a gaming magazine in Russia. For those in the area, the magazine came out on March 28th… pick up your copy before it’s too late.
On Tuesday, March 9th, you’ll be able to pick up the April issue of Official Xbox Magazine (US), featuring an 8-page cover story on the game. In addition to the article, written by Ryan McCaffrey, the included Xbox Game Disc includes exclusive Fallout: New Vegas Gamer Pics.
Over the past couple weeks, we’ve shared some of the magazine covers coming out for Fallout: New Vegas, and I thought I’d share this one with you — it’s the latest issue of LEVEL, a Turkish magazine that came out this week.
In addition to LEVEL, here’s a few European mags to be on the lookout for:.
- PC Games in Germany came out Feb 20th.
- Joystick in France came out Feb 16th.
- WinGiochi in Italy came out last week.
- PC Gamer in Sweden come out March 2nd.
- 576 Kbyte in Hungary came out 22nd Feb.
- OXM in Australia came out Feb 18th.
- Pelit in Finland hit newsstands this week.
As more coverage for New Vegas hits newsstands, we’ll keep you updated. After the Break, check out the other magazine covers.