donít know about you lot, but after Christmas, Iím shagged.
Everyone always goes on about how rested and relaxed they
are come the new year, but I find 12 days of liqueur-fuelled
argy bargy with relatives and an orgy of turkeyínípud guzzling
enough to render me useless for the following fortnight. Itís
only the Absolutely Tragic GamesMaster Christmas Board Game
(see last issue) that keeps me going. So Iím glad to be back
in the land of the video game, to be honest.
Anyway, if youíre new to the mag and especially if you got
a games machine for Christmas, welcome! I hope weíll be spending
many happy months together.
To kick the new year off to a brain-busting start, weíve got
a 3D spectacular to complement our line-up of rollicking reviews,
part previews and other stuff, if youíve already found the
3D glasses on the front cover of this monthís mag, take them
off, itís not the time for them yet, instead, you should watch
out for the pages with out special 3D symbol. Once you spot
it, flex those specs, and youíll be treated to a blast of
glorious graphics in not one, not two but three dimensions!
As well as 3D pages, weíve also got a 3D Chaos Engine poster,
especially drawn for us by utterly top Judge Dredd Magazine
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of course, weíve got the Chaos Engine itself, a welcome return
to form for the Bitmaps after the disappointing Magic Pockets.
Jim Douglas / Editor