June Issue of Thirteen1 Available Now!

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This month's issue of T1 is packed with the latest gaming news and reviews, featuring:

The best (and worst) of E3 10-page special!

-Check out our special E3 mini-mag, covering all the highs and lows from this year's event

A New Beginning

-A game with a preachy environmental message that's actually good. In fact, it's great!

DrunkenGamer's Column

-We gave the DrunkenGamer a brand new monthly column to use however he wants. Are we mad?

Gamings Greatest Generation Jumps

-We list the top 13 games that have improved and prospered when new tech is thrown at them.

..and more! -Tons of reviews, previews, features and comps to check out!

Project Zomboid First Play!

We play through Indie Stone's realistic zombie-based epic, Project Zomboid.

Find out exactly why it's our new indie favourite game, why Indie Stone are on to a winner, and why we forgot to turn the soup off and accidentally burnt the house down.

You can even win a copy of the game for yourself!

Get a job in the Industry!

Want to work in the gaming industry? T1 is here to help.

This month, industry expert Deborah Fike uses her column to focus on Operations Management, offering tips and advice on how to land yourself a job.

Read her interview with former-EA project manager, Karen Clarke now!


A brand new browser-based MMORTS with more combat options than any other game on the market Indomitus is definitely one to check out.

We've got all the info you need on this upcoming hit!

Allods Online - DrunkenGamer Tour

Take a trip through the Astral Space of Allods Online with the DrunkenGamer.

Read what happened when he was confronted by massive demons, random events, and a few over-eager players wondering why he was flying around their game...

Enjoy the issue!

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