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PlayZine Issue 43

PlayZine Issue 43

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Donkey Kong is back and he’s on a mission to retrieve his stolen bananas taken by the Tiki Tak Tribe in this his latest outing ‘Country Returns’, which we review and rate inside. Plus we review the new GoldenEye remake on the Wii and decide whether or not it lives up to the original. And there’s also a review inside for Disney Epic Mickey, the adventure game that sees the popular mouse placed in a dark universe filled with evil critters! It’s not all reviews however, as we also preview Okamiden and Ghost Trick for the Nintendo DS, so if you want to read all this and more, you can do so by downloading Issue 43 here!

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PlayZine Issue 41

PlayZine Issue 41

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Those Raving Rabbids are at it again as they go time travelling through history in a new adventure on the Wii. And we’ve got a full preview of Raving Rabbids Travel in Time inside along with an exclusive interview with two of the men behind the game. Plus we have a hands-on preview for Sonic Colours, the game which sees the famous blue hedgehog return to our screens as he races through some new intense levels. And that’s not all as we also have in-depth reviews inside for Ace Combat Joint Assault and The Last Window: The Secret of Cape West. Don’t miss out, download PlayZine Issue 41 now and read all of this and more!

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PlayZine Issue 40

PlayZine Issue 40

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If you we’re a fan of the original DJ hero then you won’t want to miss our in-depth preview of the upcoming sequel. We take a look at all the new features, all the new songs and all the new DJ’s inside. Plus we turn our attention to the recently revealed Nintendo 3DS and run the rule over what makes it so different from all its predecessors in our massive feature. And that’s not all as we also have an exclusive interview with the developers of the new GoldenEye 007 remake, along with a full preview of the game. And there are also reviews for both Rabbids Party Collection and Art Academy.

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P3Zine Issue 39

P3Zine Issue 39

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Fallout is back! The city may have changed and the people might be slightly different but this is still post-apocalyptic America and it’s still as dangerous and violent as before. Now set in Vegas the extremely popular franchise returns for more mutant killing, robot hacking action and we can’t wait! Read our in-depth preview for Fallout: New Vegas now.

The wait is nearly over for arcade racers fans as Split/Second: Velocity is due to be released at the end of the week. Filled with non-stop racing action and explosive tracks there’s a lot for fans to get excited about, read our full review now to get the full low-down on Disney’s new racer.

And in the rest of the issue we have first looks at Blacklight: Tango Down, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Tiger Woods 11 and Test Drive Unlimited 2. Plus we have our regular incoming page filled with the hottest upcoming games and full reviews for 3D Dot Game Heroes, ModNation Racers and SBKX.

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PCGZine Issue 41

PCGZine Issue 41

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If real time strategy games are your cup of tea then R.U.S.E is definitely one to watch out for. As the new World War II game will have you thinking up your very best tactics and strategies to beat your opponent on the battlefield. Inside this month’s issue we have a hands-on preview for you to read up on this addictive new RTS along with an exclusive interview with the games developers.

Split/Second: Velocity is Disney’s new arcade racer that delivers high speed races, huge explosions, intense action and more explosions! Anything can happen on the race track and only the quickest and sharpest will win (survive). Inside there’s a big preview for you to enjoy plus you can also read our exclusive Split/Second magazine which is attached to this issue.

And that’s not all as we also have first looks at Crysis 2, Gray Matter, SBKX and Two Worlds II, along with previews for APB and Disciples III. We also review and rate GTA: Episodes from Liberty City, The Whispered World, Lead & Gold, Torchlight and Mount & Blade: Warband. You can also win a copy of Outcast in our exclusive competition.

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Final Fantasy fans will be happy to hear that the first two games in the series will be coming soon to the iPhone for you to enjoy replaying through. We try out the new ModNation Racers Beta on the PS3 and give you our thoughts in our ‘Hour With feature’. BBC and ITV are set to go head to head as both begin creating casual video games out of their extensive back catalogue of TV shows. We have an interesting Battlefield: Bad Company 2 interview with DICE’s Patrick Bach up on our site for you to read now. Plus we take a look at piracy within PC gaming and the unpopular DRM used by developers to protect against the threat.

Bioware have confirmed reports that their highly anticipated sequel Mass Effect 2 will get a free launch DLC as soon as its released. The developers of Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow have been busy tweeting about the game and in one post revealed that the PS3 will be the “lead platform” for the upcoming title. It’s finally happened, Modern Warfare 2 has been knocked off number one spot in the UK charts by the Wii’s Just Dance. The BBC iPlayer has had its busiest month since being launched as millions of viewers download the software to view there favourite programmes in December. The iPhone has a new games app today with GTA Chinatown Wars being released for £5.99. And we have a round-up of everything we know about Kane & Lynch 2, plus we also have the first part of our exclusive interview with the games developers IO Interactive.

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