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For six years we’ve offered up the best interviews, previews, reviews and features commemorating the PC gaming’s finest efforts, but unfortunately this magazine’s illustrious time in the sun is coming to an end. That isn’t to say our last issue goes out on a whimper though. Instead we take an in-depth look at Company of Heroes 2’s multiplayer, stomp around in Hawken and deliver the definitive verdict on Far Cry 3. Reviews of Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Hitman:Absolution and F1 All Stars also feature, alongside our alternative yearly review. Check it out!

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Lock and load! This issue’s is packing more shooters than it knows what to do with them and we’re firing reviews in every direction. We finally dish the dirt on the return of Master Chief in Halo 4, visit the future in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, suit up for Hitman Absolution, and go a little crazy to dish our verdict on jungle shooter Far Cry 3.

While we reload, we’ve also got reviews of Need for Speed Most Wanted, WWE ’13, and F1 Race Stars.

Want new games? We’ve got new looks at BioShock Infinite and Grand Theft Auto V (finally!). Need hands-on impressions? We’ve gotten to grips with the return of Lara Croft in next year’s highly anticipated Tomb Raider reboot and discovered why cyborg ninja Raiden and his Revengeance is in safe hands with Platinum Games.
If it’s action and blockbuster games you’re missing, 360Zine is serving it by the spadeful.

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November is the time of year when the biggest publishers throw massive amounts of money at advertisers in order to push their wares for the impending Christmas sales rush. Thankfully at PCGZine we’re a bit more savvy to this tradition than other publications, so rather than going with the crowd, this month we’ve decided to give attention to those releases which despite being brilliant may get left behind this holiday season. We have reviews of XCOM: Enemy Unknown, WRC 3 and Football Manager, and we take a detailed look at Hitman Absolution and Omerta: City of Gangsters.

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Oh gaming gods why do you curse us so? There used to be a time when there was only one top tier release to satisfy our interactive needs, but this month we have five offerings to contend with, two of which are absolutely unmissable. We have reviews of Dishonored, War of the Roses, Borderlands 2, and F1 2012, but you’ll need to read our delightful magazine to find out which of those are worth missing a mortgage payment for. If that wasn’t enough we also have previews of Far Cry 3, Football Manager 2013 and the cute yet challenging Game of Dwarves. A small but perfectly formed issue…

You can download the magazine now and read it whenever you choose, which we would recommend doing because it will look a lot better or if you prefer you can read the magazine directly in your browser.

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We’ve gone a bit horsepower crazy this month, as we have lengthy previews of Need for Speed: Most Wanted, F1 Race Stars and F1 2012. This issue isn’t all tyres and traction though, we’ve also got a hands-on preview of the medieval multiplayer mash-up War of the Roses, and we declare our definitive verdict on the hard as nails RPG, Dark Souls. Oh and of course we can’t forget our star game Hawken, a release which proves that those stompy mech games of old are on their way back – it’s about damn time!

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This month’s PCGZine is chock-full of fantastic gaming titbits, including an exclusive hands-on with Company of Heroes 2, more insights into the impending launch of Guild Wars 2 and the final verdict on the epic fantasy adventure, Darksiders II. Have Vigil Games finally crafted an experience worthy of the Four Horsemen? Well, you’ll just have to read the August issue to find out…

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E3 2012 wasn’t exactly the shining light of PC gaming that it should have been, but worry not my keyboard-loving friend as in this month’s PCGZine we shirk the glitz and glamour to give you the real scoop on what games you should be looking forward to for the rest of the year. We have previews of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, ShootMania Storm and take a very special look at Guild Wars 2. We also have lots of reviews, including the final verdict on Max Payne 3 and the shooter surprise of the year so far – Spec Ops: The Line.

You can download the magazine now and read it whenever you choose, which we would recommend doing because it will look a lot better or if you prefer you can read the magazine directly in your browser.

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