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Now that all the big MMO heavy hitters are out of the way, you’d think that it’d be time for MMOZine to wind down for 2012, but you’d be wrong! This month we have the latest in the on-going saga to save City of Heroes from impending closure, a preview of Petroglyph’s MMORTS End of Nations, and we take the latest Lord of the Rings expansion into the field for a quick ride. Oh we also have the latest on Transformers Universe – well as much as Jagex were willing to tell us. 2012 has plenty of life in her yet!

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We’re now on first-name terms with the postie, such is the frequency of his deliveries. And what deliveries we’ve had. In this issue alone we have the first batch of the winter gaming warmers, which include FIFA 13, F1 2012, Rocksmith, LittleBigPlanet for the Vita and everyone’s favourite game at the moment, Dishonored. Get the issue now, if only to find out what all the fuss is about.

We’ve also been lucky enough to have a copy of Assassin’s Creed III in the office, which is never out of the PS3. Find out our first impressions of this dramatic threequel inside.

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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…

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War has changed and now it’s better with a friend.

360Zine has gone hands-on with Medal of Honor: Warfighter’s single-player and co-op powered Fire Team multiplayer to bring you the lowdown on this season’s most ‘authentic’ shooter.

When we’re not behind the wheel of Forza Horizon, we’re at the helm of Fable: The Journey’s horse and carriage, throwing down in the ring with WWE ’13, and grooving like old men for Dance Central 3.

We’ve also spilt blood over Capcom’s Resident Evil 6, Looted Borderlands 2 for all its worth, thrown punches with Tekken Tag Tournament and unleashed our inner living room rockers for Rocksmith to bring you our verdict on the biggest games of the moment.

Whatever your tastes, 360Zine’s got you covered this month.

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We’ve talked about Guild Wars 2 for years, and in this special issue we finally give it the review treatment – an epic 6 page review treatment, but that’s not all. We also have an exclusive interview with Blizzard detailing why Mists of Pandaria will permanently change World of Warcraft’s landscape, we put Planetside 2 through its paces and discover a game from the East which is unlike anything we’ve experienced before. How intriguing…

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There’s a storm coming, a gaming storm. Over the next few months we’ll be bombarded with some of the finest gaming experiences you’ll have ever seen on your PS3, but while we wait we’ve got a stunning issue lined up for you. We tell you the 7 reasons why you’ll love James Bond: 007 Legends, go hands-on with the stunning Rocksmith, and bring you the latest on Metal Geatr Solid: Ground Zeroes and WWE 13. We were very interested in the Wonderbook, so have expelled a few myths surrounding that and our bumper review line-up contains everything from Pirates to action heroes. Enjoy the issue.

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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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