Superhero alert in the new edition! For one, Mario, Luigi, Peach and their rowdy bunny counterparts do the honors: Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope is a successor straight out of a picture book that does (almost) everything right. That’s why we gave the Switch hit the majority of the kiosk cover and for Top-Thema raised. Shortly before the editorial deadline, another quartet of heroes also fluttered into the top topic house: Die Gotham Knights follow in the footsteps of the dark knight Batman and have a few tricks up their sleeves. You can find out how the two titles performed in detail Tests.
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Meanwhile, one or the other M! writer was above the clouds in the past few weeks. So Japan expert and fan Thomas Nickel jetted back to the Far East after years (there is said to be a pandemic that is hindering international travel) and not only visited them for us Tokyo Game Show, but also one or the other developer. We will provide you with the first batch of games and interviews in this issue, and the rest of the day will follow in the coming issues Japan-Fest. In addition, we put our hands on the closed beta of Street Fighter 6: You can find our game impressions in the Previewdepartment, as well as the latest information on the new announcement Need for Speed Unbound and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.
“Normal” Tests there are also en masse: Whether super atmospheric action-adventure (A Plague Tale: Requiem), EA’s last official license kick (FIFA 23), cult adventure sequel (Return to Monkey Island), hero shooter (Overwatch 2) or horror puzzle walking simulator with goosebumps and question marks guaranteed (Scorn) – there is something for every taste this month.
On the other hand, a very special beat’em up series has often been called tasteless in the past, especially by youth protection groups. We’re talking about Mortal Kombat: The series is currently celebrating its 30th birthday And of course we want to be there – in the form of an XXLExtended-Specials, in which author Michael Herde describes a very personal experience. Let yourself be surprised!
All this and much more is available in the new M! Games 350 – ab Freitagthe 21st of Octoberam Start.
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