Hobby Consolas number 379 is now available in kiosks, hypermarkets and other authorized points of sale. The cover is dedicated to Hogwarts Legacy, that it has everything to be the best Harry Potter game, a saga that, in more than twenty years, had never been on the front page of the magazine, for never having had a title of this caliber.
In a ten-page report, we have compiled everything there is to know about the Warner Bros. game, which, starting on February 10, will make us students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. In addition, we have reviewed the twenty video games in the saga that have been released from 2001 to the present.
February will also be the month of PlayStation VR2, and that is why we have dedicated a twelve-page report to the new virtual reality viewer for PS5. In it, we describe all the features of the helmet and review its main release games, such as Horizon: Call of the Mountain, Moss, Gran Turismo 7, Demeo, No Man’s Sky, Rez Infinite…
The third news report focuses on the avalanche of Japanese games at the beginning of the year. Following the many released in January, Wild Hearts, Like a Dragon: Ishin!, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, Resident Evil 4, Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe, Bayonetta Origins, Octopath Traveler will arrive throughout February and March. II…
In the vintage section, we review the twenty-five years of history of Unreal Engine, one of the engines that have done the most for the graphic evolution of video games. Also, we remember a great SNES game like Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden and the trajectory of Durell Software, who went from doing wonders as Saboteur to dedicating himself to insurance applications.
Returning to the present, the beginning of the year is usually brief in terms of launches, but even so, the analysis section of this issue is well nourished, with games like Fire Emblem Engage, Persona 4 Golden, Persona 3 Portable, One Piece Odyssey, Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider, and High On Life.
Regarding the progress section, We review four games that are going to make people talk. The first two are the remake of Dead Space, which will revive the EA saga, and Atomic Heart, with its strong reminiscences of BioShock. The other two are Blanc and Season: A Letter to the Future, two indies called to leave their mark with their artistic vision.
The magazine is completed with the rest of the usual sections, like Update (with its news and opinion columns), The Sensor (with its hilarious true-false flag), Red Telephone (with Yen on the device), My favorite sufferings (this month, with a Capcom ‘pachyderm’) or The collector’s corner (with its glorious merchandising).
We remind you that, in addition to the previously mentioned points of sale, you can also acquire Hobby Consoles 379 in our Axel Store, so that it comes directly to your home, O well subscribe for a year to the magazine.
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