Good job the latest issue of Thirteen1 is out then!
The March edition of gaming magazine Thirteen1 is available now, rammed with quality content; including previews of Mythos, Black Mirror 3 and Pockie Ninja, drinking games to play with your mates, a countdown of gaming's greatest ever assassins, interviews with the top composers working on the music side of the industry, coverage of the best upcoming events, and more.
The much, much delayed Mythos is finally coming back to Europe, thanks to Frogster Interactive nabbing the rights to bring it to market. Taking up T1's cover feature, this issue has the DrunkenGamer return to the world of Uld some 3 years after his first visit. He's had high hopes for this MMO, so be sure to check out his thoughts on how much Mythos has changed and, more importantly, whether it's been worth the wait. Psst: You can even win an official, Mythos branded scarf!
This month also sees the DrunkenGamer bid farewell to gangster MMO, Omerta, leaving the development team after years of loyal service. Never one to miss an opportunity to reflect on all of his past glories (and unmitigated failures!), there's a special feature dedicated to his time with the company tucked away in this month's T1.
If browser-based gaming tickles your fancy, look no further than T1's coverage of Pockie Ninja and Galactic Conquest, two MMO's with potential for greatness. Pockie Ninja's blend of Naruto/Bleach-esque action looks sure to please anime and brawler gaming fans alike, while Galactic Conquest's galaxy destroying gameplay mixed with a 'keep it simple' attitude is nothing short of inspired.
T1's latest work placement/slave has been a busy chap, working at T1 by day and moonlighting with the folks at The Gadget Show by night. He's recently been helping presenter Jason Bradbury with his challenge of making a better flash game than his co-host, and you can see - and play– by reading the feature right here in this issue!
There's loads more gaming goodness to tuck into, from the decidedly deadly countdown of Gaming's Greatest Assassins, to more tips on how to land your dream job in the games industry, courtesy of the ever knowledgeable Deborah Fike.
Throw in reviews of the latest titles, including the much anticipated Earthrise and Gray Matter releases, a look at the Homefront&Dragon Age 2 soundtracks, and some cracking free competitions, and there's plenty to keep you entertained.
Enjoy the issue!
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