GameOn Magazine - Issue 86 December 2016

Publisher: GameOn Networking Ltd
Category: Computer & Mobile, Entertainment
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly
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GameOn Magazine is a video game magazine that focuses on everything gaming including Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Products and PC.

Welcome to the December 2016 issue of The GameOn Magazine! Finishing off the year, we have a huge issue, with so much content that we had to bump some of it until next month! That doesn’t even count the gamescom stuff we’re still including. Hopefully you’ll find some Christmas ideas in this issue, if you’ve still got time to buy them! Speaking of which, amongst our articles you’ll find one of our writers having decided that this issue would be perfect for those thinking about a new processor for the new year. Ryan covers all of the Intel CPUs, from the mighty to the lowly, and explains them all to give you an idea of what to look for in a new chip. Nathan also does a good job of comparing PES 2017 against FIFA 17, in case you’re undecided on which one to get someone for Christmas. We stuck a couple of interviews in as well, where we had a chat to Mark Stevenson from the Yooka-Laylee team, and two of the trio behind the government spy simulator Orwell. If you’re getting sick of our constant gamescom coverage, don’t worry - Gary, Alex, Dom and Calum don’t have much left to say on the matter. Just 13 in this issue, including Watch_Dogs 2, The Crew: Calling All Units, Steep and Prey. Simon also wrote up an overview of the latest addition to the Elite Dangerous: Horizons season pass: The Guardians. Have you tried it and found traces of aliens yet? Our reviews run the scope of genres, from puzzles to shooters and World War 1 to space. Thomas constructed a few words about Dragon Quest Builders, SphericalCat broke Fractured Space wide open, and Gary got a handle on Manual Samuel. Old McSimon had a Farming Simulator 17, while Tyler got civilised with Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. There are loads more, but I’ve run out of jokes… The next time I write one of these, everyone will be preparing for New Year! And after rollercoaster ride that has been 2016, I’m sure few people can wait.

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