MMOZine Issue 29

MMOZine Issue 29

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Inside this month’s issue we’ve got an in-depth review for RIFT, the new fantasy MMORPG by Trion Worlds. We find out whether this new contender set in the world of Telara can compete with the juggernauts already dominating the genre. Plus we have a feature dedicated to the anatomy of MMOs and how a niche genre has been transformed in mainstream gaming. And finally there are previews inside for the new expansion coming to Aion as well as the new patch for World of Warcraft. You can read all this and more now by downloading issue 29 here.

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MMOZine Issue 24

MMOZine Issue 24

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The beta for World of Warcraft: Cataclysm is in full flow and we’ve got all the new features, zones and changes covered inside so that you don’t miss a thing. Plus we have a preview for Final Fantasy XIV, the highly anticipated fantasy MMORPG which places you in the lands of Eorzea to roam and adventure. And if you are looking for even more information on XIV then you can read our exclusive interview with the games developers Square-Enix. And that’s not all as there are also full reviews inside for Aion’s new expansion Assault on Balaurea, TLBB and Global Agenda: Sandstorm. Read it all now by downloading this months issue of MMOZine.

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MMOZine Issue 23

MMOZine Issue 23

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The highly anticipated third expansion set is coming soon to World of Warcraft and inside we preview the beta for Cataclysm. In which we try out the two new playable races, Goblins and Worgens as well as everything else that’s changed in the world of Azeroth, which is a lot! Plus we also have a preview for Aion 2.0 Assault on Balaurea, the exciting new update for Aion which will open up new areas for players to explore along with other new features to enjoy. And along with these previews we also have review’s for both APB and Heroes of Might & Magic Kingdoms that you won’t want to miss!

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NCsoft the developers of Aion have announced new double XP weekends in a bid to help members level up a little quicker, which has been a major area of complaint from current players. We have an in-depth preview for Heavy Rain’s second major scene – The Mall, again this will contain some spoilers so don’t read if you don’t want to know anything until the games release. Plus we also preview EA Montreal’s new co-op game, Army of Two: The 40th Day. In which we go through all the new changes implemented by the developers in a bid to improve the co-op experience. We also carry on our GamerZines Game Of The Year Awards, as today we look at the best shooting Game of the year. Lastly we have a new trailer for Rockstars upcoming Wild West game Red Dead Redemption, you can watch the narrated trailer here.

NCsoft’s fantasy MMO Aion is now having its Solorius Festival in which members can take part in the festive celebrations around Atreia. EA Montreal the developers of Army of Two say they have learnt a lot from reading all the reviews they had for their original title which has helped them in creating an improved sequel. And you can read more from EA Montreal as their Producer Alain Tascan discusses the upcoming sequel with us in our exclusive interview. Wii owners who are curious to know what big titles are due out early next year can read the 2010 line-up announced by Nintendo today. And we bring you all the news from last nights Spike VGAs, including the surprise announcement of Batman Arkham Asylum 2.

Modern Warfare 2 Launch Trailer launches before launchThe popular MMO, World of Warcraft has now opened up a Pet Store for users in which you can buy two new in-game companions. Infinity Ward have released the new ‘Launch’ trailer for Modern Warfare 2 featuring a whole load of action, huge gunfights and general carnage, and there’s also a rather intriguing space scene clip. Continuing with Modern Warfare 2 it has been announced by Robert Bowling that there will be MW2 themed items and costumes for your Xbox 360 avatars available on XBL later today. And finally we try out NCsoft’s MMO Aion in our 1 hour review feature.

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

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

You can download the new issue of PCGZine for free. Inside we take  a look at Dragon Age: Origins, the eagerly anticipated RPG by renowned developers BioWare. This new adventure will see you play as one of the elite members of the Grey Wardens, whose task is to defeat the dark spawn, and usually in a brutal and bloody way! In this issue we have a hands-on preview of the game along with an exclusive developer interview for you to enjoy!

We also have a hands-on preview for the new action-adventure game by developers Pandemic,  in which you take the fight to the Nazis during the second World War in Paris. The main Protagonist Sean devlin has a variety of tricks up his sleeves to go about dealing with Hitler’s men, and as this is an open world game you have license to roam around Paris at your leisure, causing mayhem wherever you choose to go, which is always good fun.

Plus we have a first look at Castle of Heroes, and a preview for Race On. And full reviews for the new war simulation game Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, which looks to bring the most realistic military combat experience to your screens, Aion the popular fantasy MMO which lets you take to the sky’s with your huge angle like wings, and Tropico 3 the latest instalment of the island sandbox game.

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