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12 TECHNOLOGY Issue 50 / 2013 Get your GAME on! Spring might be coming but you will not be tempted to go outside for sure, as we present to you the three hottest games this month! Metro: Last Light After being delayed for over a year thanks to the downfall of THQ, Metro: Last Light is finally hitting shelves this summer thanks to its acquisition by Deep Silver. Based on the works of Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky, the sequel to Metro 2033 takes place Native Instruments Maschine beat making made easy in a post-apocalyptic Moscow, where nuclear war caused severe radiation across Moscow, mutating humans and animals into creatures known as the Dark Ones and forcing the remaining survivors to live underground in the metro stations. Players once again step into the shoes of Artyom, as he tries to make sense of a civil war brewing between survivors, while searching for a powerful doomsday device that will bring an end to the war between humans and the Dark Ones The Last of Us Hot off the success of the Uncharted trilogy, Naughty Dog is ready to match their previous acclaim with the action horror title The Last of Us. The game takes place two decades after a viral fungus has killed millions, with survivors hemmed inside quarantine zones controlled by the United States military, with order and screening for any infected being viciously maintained under martial law. You play Joel, a hardened black market dealer who leaves the safety of a quarantine zone in order to search for a young girl named Ellie. Together, they must journey through the U.S. to reach a resistance group known as Fireflies, travelling through vegetation-overrun cities and avoiding enemies such as fungi-infected zombies, scavengers and the military, all of whom takes an interest to Ellie for mysterious reasons. The ultimate integrated hardware/software system for beatmaking and professional production GAK are proud stockists of the Native Instruments Maschine! The Maschine is the ultimate integrated hardware/ software system for beatmaking and professional production. Much more than a drum machine, MASCHINE is a groundbreaking instrument that combines a pattern-based sequencer, professional sampler, effects and an incredible sound library – united in a smooth, super-intuitive workflow. This product is ideal for complete beginners to accomplished professionals and is used by producers and artists like Swizz Beatz and Deadmau5. The Maschine is not limited to the studio either, DJ's are frequently incorporating it into their live sets for on the fly beat making and more! GAK stock a huge range of Native Instruments stock including Komplete 9 Software and Traktor DJ controllers. Call 01273 665400 Option 1 for the best deals around! Or order online WWW. GAK.CO.UK GAK ship from the UK and offer full UK warranty and support. Remember Me The year is 2084, and technology has allowed personal memories to be digitised, bought, sold and traded. The resulting memory economy giving immense power over society to just a handful of people and the last remnants of privacy have been relinquished in favour of a logical progression towards a society where only the rich and powerful can provide comfort. Set in Neo-Paris, Remember Me puts players into the role of Nilin, an elite memory hunter with the ability to enter people's minds and steal or manipulate their memories. After being captured and rendered amnesiac by her former employer, Memorize, Nilin sets out on a mission to discover her former employer's motives as well as recover her identity. Along the way, she has to find a way to bring down the corrupted authorities who dictate this surveillance society.

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