Has it unequivocally been 10 years given we final partnered with bespectacled scientist Gordon Freeman, and his adventurous sidekick Alyx Vance? It has! Which is because PCG UK 310 has that beautiful radiant orange lambda scrawled over a cover.
Inside The Half-Life Issue, Andy chats exclusively to a makers of third-party reconstitute Black Mesa, and we applaud Half-Life 2 with analysis, stories and jokes in a five-part retrospective.
Elsewhere, you’ll find a second half of a large story of FPS games feature, and Steven gets to grips with a initial MechWarrior debate in 15 years. Previews this month embody a new-to-PC Final Fantasy 15, Biomutant, Anno 1800 and more. And if that’s not adequate for you, this month’s emanate comes with giveaway games: Warhammer 40K: Chaos Gate, and a Sudden Strike 4 demo.
Issue 310 is on shelves now and accessible on all your digital inclination from , a and (they might be delayed to update—look for that intense Half-Life trademark on a front). You can also sequence approach from or to save yourself some cash, accept monthly deliveries and suffer a disdainful subscriber covers. This month’s is an comprehensive belter:
- Andy gets disdainful entrance to Half-Life reconstitute Black Mesa.
- We applaud Half-Life 2 in a five-part retrospective.
- Steven plays a initial MechWarrior debate in 15 years.
- Part dual of a gigantic story of FPS games feature.
- Tom recreates a PCG organisation for his examination of XCOM 2’s new expansion.
- XCOM 2: War of a Chosen, Rez Infinite, LawBreakers and some-more reviewed.
- Final Fantasy 15, Biomutant, Anno 1800 and some-more previewed.
- Our CPU cooler organisation test.
- And most more!