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You can download the new issue of PlayZine for free. And this month we take a look at the upcoming arcade racer, Need For Speed: Nitro. Which brings fast paced action to the race track as well as an in-depth customisation system that brings in famous lifestyle brands such as tokidoki, Upper Playground and i am 8-bit who have all created custom skins, brushes and in-car designs for the game. Along with this preview we have an exclusive interview with the game’s producer, who gives us the low-down on what to expect from the new racer, plus we have some exclusive screens of the uniquely designed cars, oh and we also have a video of the cars in full throttle action!

If your PSP owner and you’ve been waiting patiently for the arrival of the highly anticipated GTA Chinatown Wars, then the wait is nearly over. And to help you pass the remaining time we have a little preview of the game along with exclusive shots of some of the in-game action for you to enjoy. With some upgraded visuals and new missions involved it looks just as good as the DS version, which was out earlier this year. Plus we preview the upcoming Wii title Modern Warfare: Reflex, which promises to be just as good as the original COD4 as it retains all the elements that made the game so entertaining.

But that’s not all though, as we have first looks at Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, Assassin’s Creed II and Band hero, all for the DS. Then there’s a review for the new exercise game Wii Fit Plus. And we also have full reviews for Gran Tursimo (PSP), Guitar Hero 5 (Wii), Dead Space Extraction (Wii), Motorstorm: Arctic Edge (PSP) and Kingdom Hearts 385/2 Days (DS). And lastly we have an exclusive interview with the developers of the new Jak & Daxter game for the PSP. Enjoy!

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