So what's inside your fantastical, 116-page issue 45? Well, you'll find all this and lots more besides:
We talk to Larian Studios about reviving an RPG classic with Baldur's Gate III. Find out how the franchise ended up in the Belgian team's hands, the challenges behind making its biggest game yet, and more in our in-depth, eight-page preview. Later on, we track down the key people behind Enter The Matrix, the flawed yet ambitious movie tie-in from 2003, and share our pick of 25 of the finest games from the past generation.
In our Toolbox section, we'll show you how to make a sprawling city using the engine behind Heaven's Vault; veteran developer Rob Hewson provides a guide to avoiding a universe of dev problems when making an indie game; and in Source Code, Mark Vanstone crams a top-down shooter into just a few lines of code.
That still not enough goodness for you? Well, there's still more besides:
White Shadows: an expressionistic platformer from Germany
Mundaun: monochrome horror in the Swiss mountains
Core: inside a free-to-play creative sandbox
A look back at the Sega Mega Drive and its rarest titles
Video gaming's positive benefits on older players' health
Then there's our usual mix of news, previews and reviews, including our verdicts on Yakuza: Like A Dragon, Art of Rally, Star Wars Squadrons, and a round-up of the PS5 and XBox Series X's launch titles.
PLUS: you can win a bundle of 2K Games titles in our latest competition!
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