So what are the specific specialities of this month's scaly issue? Read on, dear reader, and find out...
We take a deep dive into the serene and fishtastic world of Moonglow Bay, Bunnyhug's ode to angling, friendship, and the strength of a small community. We chart the making of the game from its beginnings to imminent release.
Elsewhere we take an extended look at the upcoming Wartales, the RPG with a harsh edge from Northgard creator Shiro Games; there's a focus on gods in gaming and how the two have mixed over the years; and we get a first-hand look at what it is exactly a producer does.
There's also a distinctly UK-ish feel to things, with a feature on British video game preservation, and a feature on the surprising game dev career of Frank Sidebottom that nobody in their right mind would call 'bobbins'.
And if you're still not sated, fret not - there's plenty more in this month's Wireframe, including:
- We show you how to design working portals in Unreal Engine 4
- A look at the upcoming survival horror shocker Saturnalia
- We reel in our favourite fishing games to show off
- Axiom Verge 2 receives our trademark review treatment
All of this as well as our usual run of news, previews, and reviews - including the final verdicts on The Forgotten City, Last Stop, and plenty more.
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