Wireframe

Wireframe #2 is out now

By Ryan Lambie. Posted

Yes, your favourite fortnightly games magazine is back for its second edition already.

In Wireframe issue two you'll find: BioShock 2 director Jordan Thomas talking exclusively to us about his new co-op horror game, The Blackout Club, and how it takes inspiration from the likes of Stranger Things and other American tales of cosmic horror. Battlefield V director Lars Gustavsson talks candidly about his excitement - and apprehension - as DICE's latest big-budget shooter launches.

Elsewhere, Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell writes about the changing shape of video games, we take a closer look at how tabletop RPGs like Cyberpunk 2020 are adapted for computers and consoles, and see how Mega Man's visuals have moved with the times.

And there's plenty more besides, including:

  • The maths behind matchmaking and video game economics
  • Hideo Kojima: Japan's foremost video game auteur profiled
  • An indie game's path from Japanese restaurant to Nintendo eShop
  • The simple yet effective AI behind Galaxian's angry aliens

You'll also find a healthy and varied selection of previews, news and reviews.

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Physical copies of Wireframe are available now in WHSmiths, Tesco, and all good independent UK newsagents. You can also order a copy online at the Raspberry Pi Press store - and yes, we'll deliver to just about anywhere in the universe.

If you prefer, there's also the option to download a free PDF if you'd like a handy digital version.

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