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The sun is shining, it's almost the weekend, and PSM3 issue 126 is on-sale today. It's a GLORIOUS day to be alive. So there's every reason for you to roll out of the house/office/dungeon today and pick up a copy of the new mag - it's rammed full of PS3 and PSP news, reviews, insight and industry gossip (just wait until E3, then remember where you read it first), the highlight of which is the world-exclusive reveal of horror shooter F.3.A.R. (or FEAR 3, if you prefer).
Want to know how a pregnant woman - yes, Alma, the misunderstood psychic nightmare/girl/woman from the previous games - is going to destroy the world? Or how you're forced to join forces with a man you've already killed - who, er, also happens to be your brother to stop her? Except, of course, you might not be stopping her, but helping her, since she's your mother? It'll all make slightly more sense when you read it, but above all, it's a bold attempt to re-define co-op shooters, with genuine scares, and a secretive defect/co-operate central mechanic, where... well, we're not allowed to spill any more here, but it's an approach that'll raise some eyebrows.
Oh, and if it needed any more billing, the cut-scenes are being directed by John Carpenter, the influential thriller/horror director behind seminal 80s movies like The Thing, The Fog and Escape from New York. We'll omit Ghosts of Mars, 'starring' Ice Cube and Jason Statham.
Lo poco destacable:
- Continuación de los hechos narrados en los anteriores juegos (Alma en su camino hacia la destrucción del mundo).
- Experiencia cooperativa que aspira a redefinir el juego multijugador (como cualquier otro estudio).
- Secuencias cinemáticas dirigidas por John Carpenter (rescatado de la tumba).
Portada de la revista en la que figura Portal 2 (cortesía de kratos19):Secreto:
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