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PC Gamer

Oct 01 2021
Magazine

In addition to a great visual design, PC Gamer focuses more on communities, user-made content and of course the big-name games we know and love! Each issue also offers exclusive previews and insightful features to make sure you're at the top of your game. Delivering authoritative, honest, informative and entertaining reviews, PC Gamer is the ultimate buyer’s guide. ****Note: This digital edition does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies. However if you take out an annual subscription and opt-in to hear from us we will send you any gift codes featured in-mag via email after your new issues become available for download****

“AT ITS HEART IT’S JUST A BIG, EARNEST CELEBRATION OF GAMES”

The PC Gamer team

OFFICIAL IDIOTS ACT • WAR THUNDER fan says tank is inaccurate, leaks classified military documents to prove it

EVGA 3090S ROASTED

FF XVI CLUES

R-RATED MINECRAFT

Highs & Lows

The Spy • BUT WHO WATCHES THE SPY?

This month in… 2011

Test drive

ANALOG FLICK • BOOMERANG X brings gamepad control closer to mouse-aim than ever

FLICK FINDINGS • I played some games using Flick Stick. Here’s what worked best

HIGHER POWER • Three strange facts about Bioware’s onetime majority shareholder, Elevation Partners

BIONIC MAN • Meet TRENT OSTER, the bloke who launched Neverwinter Nights twice

THUGS IN SUITS • The rise, fall and redemption of Mafia developer ILLUSION SOFTWORKS

ROAD WORKS • The evolving cars of Mafia’s timeline

ALLIANCE OF THE SACRED SUNS • Dune meets Crusader Kings in this ambitious strategy game

WEIRD WEST • A new perspective on immersive sims

BOYFRIEND DUNGEON • A dating sim where you romance deadly weapons

DREDGE • Lovecraftian fishing game puts squid back on the menu

HAROLD HALIBUT • A beautiful stop-motion game ten years in the making

IN SOUND MIND • Experimental horror that harks back to the Source era

DEEPEST CHAMBER • Dead good deckbuilding in a Dark Souls-esque world

LIGHTS OUT • In the open-world post-apocalypse of DYING LIGHT 2: STAY HUMAN, the choices you make can change an entire city.

I SCREAM • How the Howler was created

DEAD SET • A history of Techland zombie games

WE ALL PLAY GAMES • From indies to blockbusters, developers are striving to include disabled players now more than ever

NOT JUST AAA-CCESSIBLE • Indies are leading the charge of accessibility

WIN SOME, LOSE SOME • Accessibility is improving – but for some it’s hit-and-miss

FIX THIS PLEASE • The four most complained about accessibility issues

DEAD CERT • For hundreds of days, Brian Hicks battled to finish DAYZ – and didn’t quite get there.

BEST LAID PLANS • The DayZ features that never happened

CZECH IT OUT • Great games from the Republic

REVIEW

Mixed up

This month’s historically significant reviewers…

NEED TO KNOW

ORIGIN STORY • Old World’s civs and original leaders

SOMETHING NEW… • OLD WORLD is a historical 4X that feels like the future.

URBAN PLANNING • How Old World cities are born

RISE ABOVE • THE ASCENT is a quality action-RPG set in a mind-blowing cyberpunk city

CITY SLICKER • The Arcology’s coolest locations

LONDON CALLING • Four Londoners are about to have a very bad day in narrative adventure LAST STOP

COR BLIMEY • Other games that get the UK right

NEED TO KNOW

NUCLEAR OPTIONS • CHERNOBYLITE is a rare game that makes you feel the weight of your decisions

MUTATIONS • Chernobylite dabbles in many genres – how...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 168 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Oct 01 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: August 18, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Tech & Gaming

Languages

English

In addition to a great visual design, PC Gamer focuses more on communities, user-made content and of course the big-name games we know and love! Each issue also offers exclusive previews and insightful features to make sure you're at the top of your game. Delivering authoritative, honest, informative and entertaining reviews, PC Gamer is the ultimate buyer’s guide. ****Note: This digital edition does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies. However if you take out an annual subscription and opt-in to hear from us we will send you any gift codes featured in-mag via email after your new issues become available for download****

“AT ITS HEART IT’S JUST A BIG, EARNEST CELEBRATION OF GAMES”

The PC Gamer team

OFFICIAL IDIOTS ACT • WAR THUNDER fan says tank is inaccurate, leaks classified military documents to prove it

EVGA 3090S ROASTED

FF XVI CLUES

R-RATED MINECRAFT

Highs & Lows

The Spy • BUT WHO WATCHES THE SPY?

This month in… 2011

Test drive

ANALOG FLICK • BOOMERANG X brings gamepad control closer to mouse-aim than ever

FLICK FINDINGS • I played some games using Flick Stick. Here’s what worked best

HIGHER POWER • Three strange facts about Bioware’s onetime majority shareholder, Elevation Partners

BIONIC MAN • Meet TRENT OSTER, the bloke who launched Neverwinter Nights twice

THUGS IN SUITS • The rise, fall and redemption of Mafia developer ILLUSION SOFTWORKS

ROAD WORKS • The evolving cars of Mafia’s timeline

ALLIANCE OF THE SACRED SUNS • Dune meets Crusader Kings in this ambitious strategy game

WEIRD WEST • A new perspective on immersive sims

BOYFRIEND DUNGEON • A dating sim where you romance deadly weapons

DREDGE • Lovecraftian fishing game puts squid back on the menu

HAROLD HALIBUT • A beautiful stop-motion game ten years in the making

IN SOUND MIND • Experimental horror that harks back to the Source era

DEEPEST CHAMBER • Dead good deckbuilding in a Dark Souls-esque world

LIGHTS OUT • In the open-world post-apocalypse of DYING LIGHT 2: STAY HUMAN, the choices you make can change an entire city.

I SCREAM • How the Howler was created

DEAD SET • A history of Techland zombie games

WE ALL PLAY GAMES • From indies to blockbusters, developers are striving to include disabled players now more than ever

NOT JUST AAA-CCESSIBLE • Indies are leading the charge of accessibility

WIN SOME, LOSE SOME • Accessibility is improving – but for some it’s hit-and-miss

FIX THIS PLEASE • The four most complained about accessibility issues

DEAD CERT • For hundreds of days, Brian Hicks battled to finish DAYZ – and didn’t quite get there.

BEST LAID PLANS • The DayZ features that never happened

CZECH IT OUT • Great games from the Republic

REVIEW

Mixed up

This month’s historically significant reviewers…

NEED TO KNOW

ORIGIN STORY • Old World’s civs and original leaders

SOMETHING NEW… • OLD WORLD is a historical 4X that feels like the future.

URBAN PLANNING • How Old World cities are born

RISE ABOVE • THE ASCENT is a quality action-RPG set in a mind-blowing cyberpunk city

CITY SLICKER • The Arcology’s coolest locations

LONDON CALLING • Four Londoners are about to have a very bad day in narrative adventure LAST STOP

COR BLIMEY • Other games that get the UK right

NEED TO KNOW

NUCLEAR OPTIONS • CHERNOBYLITE is a rare game that makes you feel the weight of your decisions

MUTATIONS • Chernobylite dabbles in many genres – how...


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