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Lose yourself in our new issue, brought to you with the kind support of our Patreon supporters! On sale 24th November 2016.
Featured in this issue:
Editor-in-Brief: Lost and Found
Is Sonic Mania the true successor we've always wanted?
Tolerance Zero - Nathan Altice
Urban Chaos: Riot Response shows how not to satirise America's militarised police force.
Gaming for Good - Lee Baker
Folding@Home and EVE's 'Project Discovery' are more than just playthings.
A Drunk's Defense of Mystic Quest – Phil Keeling
No explanation required.
Teasing Out the Threads - Edward Bals
How can videogames grow beyond their roots in literature?
DOTA 2: The Anxiety Machine - Brian Butcher
When games are both the cause of anxiety, and the cure.
Pots, Pans, and Other Fetch Quests - Edward Bals
The humble fetch quest can enrich a game through excellent writing and world-building.
Dating the Kingdom - Phil Keeling
Tinder and Reigns have more in common than their controls.
Unexpected Hits - Brian Butcher
Is fandom helpful in promoting and producing videogames, or a hindrance?
A Change of Perception - Lee Baker
Games like Her Story and Tangiers don’t change how games look; they change how we look at them.
The Casual Sniper - Nathan Altice
The pernicious banality of Sniper Duty: Prison Yard.
Featuring cover artwork by Craig Wilson.
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