Official PlayStation Magazine UK April scores preview

Posted on 12th March 2013 - 1:04pm by Andrew Andronicou

OPM UK 82

 

Official PlayStation Magazine UK issue #82 will be available next week. Handy Tips.info presents a full scores and features preview so you know exactly what page you want to read first when it hits the shelves. The big news of course is the PlayStation 4 with the DualShock 4 dominating the cover and a massive 12 page feature Next-Gen Starts Now that looks at all aspects of the reveal. There is look at Destiny, the first time Bungie game has been featured in the magazine this generation, and review scores of all the latest games including Tomb Raider, God of War Ascension and the PS3 port of Crysis 3.

Reviews
Tomb Raider = 8
Skyrim Dragonborn DLC = 8
God of War Ascension = 8
Corpse Party Book of Shadows = 6
Urban Trial Freestyle = 8
Ragnarok Odyssey = 7
Crysis 3 = 8
Dynasty Warriors 7 Empires = 6
Dokuro  = 7
Sumoni Demon Arts = 7
Orgarhythm = 6

Previews
Grid 2
Fuse
Grand Theft Auto V
Tearaway
Final Fantasy XIV – A Realm Reborn
Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen
Lightning Returns – Final Fantasy XIII
Resident Evil Revelations
Killzone Mercenary

Features
Next Gen Starts Now
Solid Snake Sketches – fan drawings of MGS
The Terror of The Last of Us
Citizen Cage – an interview with David Cage
In the Mood for Plants – a silly look at plants that have featured in games
A Brave New World – First look at Bungie’s Destiny

The video gamer print landscape is changing fast, two well known British gaming magazines stopped publishing at the end of last year. Official PlayStation Magazine is a solid title and this month it has a lot of different pieces that are worth reading.

Why not pick up a copy of OPM UK issue 82 as there could be something that you will enjoy reading?  The print copy will hit UK bookshelves later this week as well as Zinio and Apple iOS Newsstand.

 

About the Author

Andrew loves gadgets and gaming and can't wait to get his hands on next-gen technology. He is a qualified network engineer and has experience with consumer technology and training people so they can quickly and properly understand and assimilate new skills.