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Welcome to issue 120 of The GameOn Magazine! We’ve seen the back of gamescom, though we haven’t seen the last of all that sausage. However, as we prepare for the AAA titles coming out over the next couple of months, we haven’t forgotten all of the games that have come out in the past few! With a bunch of articles in this issue, including our usual So I Tried’s, and I wrote a list of things I want from the next Saints Row title (recently announced, I told you three issues ago!). We also have Steven telling us his experience with a VR concert. A few of our writers did multiple things, so since I don’t like mentioning the same person twice per paragraph, you’ll just have to find out what they are yourselves! I will, however, mention Gary’s article about why he doesn’t want to play Ion Fury. It’s an interesting piece, even if you’re familiar with the recent controversy. We have some gamescom previews, such as Monkey King: Hero is Back and Sayonara Wild Hearts. There are also a couple of bigger titles, such as Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD and DOOM Eternal, so make sure you check those out. We also have Richard donning the Marvel’s Iron Man VR armour! Finally, as always, are our reviews, which have Joshua getting caught in the Crumple Zone, Simon bathing in the Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Joseph hitting it Out of the Park Baseball 20. Meanwhile Jessica began to Crystar, Gary ran from the Blair Witch and Matthew started his own Hyperspace Delivery Service. Again, I don’t want to repeat names, so I’ll let you get on to reading the tons of other things we’ve put in this issue,

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