As a cover story, we have a title that should bring tears of joy to the eyes of all SNES and animation fans from the 90s: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge. The retro specialists at Dotemu have set themselves the goal of delivering a spiritual, carefully modernized successor to the brawler masterpiece Turtles in Time. We have already been able to play the title and also talk to the developers and therefore say: That should probably work!
Overwatch 2 was twice in the Greek alphabet in the past month: After the closed alpha, which was tolerably playable in Europe, the hero shooter went straight into the closed beta. Of course, we were also on board and will tell you how the new or revised heroes play, what the new game mode can do and what else changes – or in many cases not. We were also able to play F1 22 for the first time – but not yet the new live mode. All further information is of course in the booklet.
Of course we also have tests for you this month, for example we put Evil Dead: The Game through its paces and other guts and tell you what to expect in the multiplayer hunt, what the title offers for solo players and whether Ash’s video game excursion is more than just a typical licensed game. Among the specials, we’re devoting ourselves to the GTA inventors Dan & Sam Houser in our Icons of the Gaming Industry series.
The issues in detail:
- cover story: TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge (incl. Interview)
- Preview: Overwatch 2 F1 22 Saints Row Sniper Elite 5
- test: Evil Dead: The Game Dolmen Trek to Yomi Road Maintenance Simulator MotoGP 22 Endzone: A World Apart – Survivor Edition Big Buyer’s Guide with all Reference Games The Team
- Magazine & reports: Gaming Industry Icons: Dan & Sam Houser Typically JRPG – Stereotypes in Japanese RPGs eFootball 2022 Elden Ring: Tips & Tricks Part 2 Multimedia
- Over 110 minutes of videos on the DVD: The Witcher 4 Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Trek to Yomi MotoGP 22 eFootball 2022 and much more
The entire play5 team wishes you lots of fun with the new play5 07/22!
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