GameOn Magazine - Issue 94 - August 2017

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 One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Reviews of games out, previews of games not out yet, interviews with development teams and gaming article, each month is packed with over 30 different features.

Welcome to the August issue of The GameOn Magazine! gamescom is rapidly approaching, and we’ve dusted off our passports ready to attend. If we drink enough, we might ask Angela Merkel if she wants to write the next issue’s editorial, since she’s attending too. We have a couple of E3 overviews that were missed off of last issue due to deadlines, so if you missed the last issue, you can finally catch up this month. Our selection of articles this month have Apothecary pondering Conan Exiles, Dirty Bomb and communities as a whole, Owen trying out Aporia and Ethan wondering why CI Games don’t just can Sniper: Ghost Warrior. There’s a few others, but I’ve got to tell you about our previews. Simon tried to become H1Z1: King of the Kill, Bishop visited Aven Colony, and I went to a House Party, among several others. The usual problem of them not being pun-worthy once more hits me this month. Finally, on to reviews, Micah told the Tales of Maj’Eyal, Nathan played on the NBA Playgrounds, Calum tried to Get Even and Andrew sewed the Last Stitch Goodnight. James built a Forts, Marcello travelled the Endless Space 2 and Gary got cold in Syberia III. We have a ton of pages ahead, and I’m running out of words to sum them up glibly with, so I’ll let you get to reading, and I’ll see you next month.


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