INSiGHT | MyM Magazine: Issue 48 (Review)

By Drew Hurley 27.03.2016

INSiGHT | MyM Magazine: Issue 48 (Review) on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

MyM Magazine brings plenty of reasons to part with hard earned cash this month, especially for those that are Nintendo gamers! The reviews section is absolutely packed with some huge hits. Midna and Wolf Link jump to the HD realm in Twilight Princess on Wii U, the spectacularly old school JRPG Bravely Default gets it's highly anticipated sequel in the form of Bravely Second: End Layer, and Pokémon tamers get to experience Pocket Monster combat in a whole new way as Pokken Tournament brings the 3D fighter straight from Tokyo arcades. Non-tendo gamers who fancy a scrap have the latest in legendary franchise, Street Fighter V. Don't fancy a fight, though? How about a brand new The Walking Dead Telltale title with Michonne, or for those who think Telltale was better years ago with the first of The Walking Dead titles, the creative leads of those old games have set up their own studio and their first game is out now in the form of Firewatch.

That's just the game reviews, for anime side of things, there are plenty of big titles, too. Manga Entertainment has some stellar titles this month, including recent assassin-based favourite, Akame ga Kill, live action fantastical Garm Wars and My Teen Romantic Snafu. MVM's releases, on the other hand, this month are headlined by finally bringing the superb Fate/Stay Night Unlimited Blade Works to the UK, with this first part consisting of the first 12 episodes, along with the crazy comic shorts of Kill Me Baby and the gender-swapping harem anime battler, Kampfer.

It's not just reviews either, with some fantastic features this month, too. The hardcore gamers out there will enjoy an in-depth preview of the upcoming Dark Souls III from Bandai Namco, which promises to be even more punishing than its predecessors. MyM says bah weep granah weep nini bong to its readers with a look how the Transformers franchise was completely transformed by the movie and the iconic Beast Wars series.

February brought the latest MCM event with MCM Midlands. There are exclusive interviews from the event, including one with the seventh Doctor himself, Sylvester Mccoy, and his companion, Sophie Aldred, as well as long time voice actor, Adam Howden - best known as Anders from the Dragon Age series and Shulk from Xenoblade Chronicles. The exclusive interviews don't stop there, either, with Director Keiichi Hara talking about his anime adaptation of Miss Hokusai and an interview with Nakajima Sadao, veteran Director of chambara classics of Japanese cinema.

There's all of this, and so much more, in Issue 48 of MyM Magazine, available now from all good retailers.

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