New Medal of Honour to be revealedEA’s Frank Gibeau has been quoted as saying that the developers are working on a new Medal of Honour as they try and revitalise the classic franchise. We have another Left 4 Dead 2 hands-on, in which we preview the recent demo for the game and give our first impressions. In our blog we discuss why Modern Warfare 2 is coming out 2 days later on valve then in the shops and we also take a look at Mircrotransactions in MMO’s and discuss whether their worth it. Plus we also have a look at this years Golden Joystick Awards 2009, in which we see who the main winners and losers are.

Crysis LiveAnd its a bumper news round-up today as it includes all the news from yesterday as well. We begin with the news that executive producer Gavin Raeburn has decided to leave developers Codemasters after several successful years there producing some popular rally driving games. The Old Republic Beta registration is available again, after the website had to be taken down due to overwhelming interest from fans of the new MMO. Sony’s new hand-held console the PSPgo has gone on sale today worldwide, which you can buy for £224.99. If you a fan of the Band Hero game then you’ll pleased to know that there are new improved instruments on the way, which will be available to buy in November.

Ever fancied wearing that famous Crysis nanosuit? Well if you go to the Nottingham’s GameCity event you’ll apparently be able to just that, as they create a live-action game for players to enjoy. We find out if Funcom’s new MMO The Secret World is still in production after a trading statement revealed development staff in Oslo were being laid off. It’s official developers Sports Interactive have the most scouts in football, as they try to get the most detailed database of players in their Football Manager series. And you can read more about the latest instalment of Football Manager in the first part of our are exclusive interview with Studio Director Miles Jacobson, and we also now have the 2nd part up as well. And lastly lead developer Tim Schafer believes Activision ‘never’ had a case against them after the huge developers/publishers tried to block the release of Brutal Legend.

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You can download the new issue of PCGZine for free. Which this month is jam packed full of exclusives goodness which you really won’t want to miss! In our first exclusive we talk with Art Director Chris Lichtner and Lead Technical Artist Julian Love about their upcoming release Diablo III, in which they spill the beans on all the new features and changes made to this latest instalment in the popular RPG series.

We also have an exclusive online review for the new game by developers Piranha Bytes, Risen looks to have all the ingredients needed to be a very entertaining RPG, with its stunning visuals and engaging gameplay, but will it have enough to impress our reviewers? There’s also a preview and exclusive screens for Russia’s massive fantasy MMO, Allods Online. By developers Astrum Nival this highly anticipated MMO will be heading to our shores very soon.

Plus we review Batman Arkham Asylum, Section 8, Need For Speed: Shift, Majesty 2 and Champions Online. As well as previews for Rage, Tropico 3, Carrier Command and Football Manager 2010. And if that’s not enough we have an exclusive competition for Risen in which you can win a copy of the game and a shiny new graphics card for your PC.

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BlurDevelopers Bizarre Creations new arcade racer ‘Blur‘ has now been pushed back to 2010, due to fine tuning and additional work on the multi-player mode. Need For Speed: SHIFT has made it to the UK number one spot in the weekly all-formats charts, knocking Guitar Hero 5 off the top position. GAME the UK videogame retailer has revealed the price of the Modern Warfare 2 Super Elite Console, which will cost £249.99 in the UK and will be released at the same time as the game in November. And finally the creators of Diablo III have explained why they have stuck with their Isometric camera view as opposed to creating the game in full 3D.

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You can download the new issue of P3Zine for free. Which if you’re a fan of Call of Duty then you will definitely want to do! As we have a massive first look at Infinity Wards upcoming sequel, Modern Warfare 2. In which We take a look at the new co-op mode which has been given a lot of attention by the developers to give the best two-player experience. Plus we also have an exclusive interview with Robert Bowling the Community Manager for Infinity Ward who spills the beans on all things Modern Warfare 2.

In are other previews we cast are eye over another huge title, Assassin’s Creed II, which we have some exclusive in-game screenshots for. Blur the new arcade racing game that looks set to offer an entertaining race-set-up.  New third-person shooter Wet which sees you play as Rubi Malone, a gun for hire who’s not a lady to upset. And lastly we take a look at the return of friends Ratchet and Clank in ‘A Crack in Time’.

There are also first looks at Lost Planet 2, in which the action takes place ten years after the original. And Battlefield: Bad Company 2. As well as in-depth reviews for new racing sim, Need For Speed: Shift. Guitar Hero 5 and flight/combat sim, IL-2 Sturmovik.

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Guitar Hero 5Developers Activsion have announced that they’ve managed to get huge DJ’s, Daft Punk on board in their new game DJ Hero. In this weeks UK games chart, Guitar Hero 5 has managed to comfortably claim top spot ahead of rival competitors The Beatles: Rock Band. LucasArts are continuing to re-release there back catalogue of popular games on to Steam with Dark forces and Jedi Knight coming out in a combined package this Wednesday. Valve have said that they are looking at ways of making it possible to put user created mods on Xbox Live and for the funds to go to the creator. And lastly it had been confirmed by Activsion that the She-Hulk will be in the upcoming Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 for any fans of the super strong, green lady.

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Click on the cover to download this issue of PlayZine for free.

You can download the new issue of PlayZine for free. In this months issue we take a sneaky peak at Assassin’s Creed Bloodline. The PSP game features Altair as he tracks down the last members of the Templar in Cyprus. We have some exclusive screens of the game and a developers interview. Plus there’s a video for the game which you won’t want to miss!

There’s also first looks at Modern Warfare Mobilised for the DS, and at Super Monkey Balls: Step & Roll for the Wii. Inside we also have a exclusive Cursed Mountain competition in which you can win a Wii and a copy of the game by entering. Plus we have attached the Cursed Mountain supplement for you read if you have not done so yet.

Finally we have previews Motorstorm: Arctic Edge, Jak & Daxter: The Lost Frontier, Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story and Band Hero. As well as reviews for Cursed Mountain, The Beatles: Rock Band, Professor Layton and Pandora’s Box and  DJ Star.

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