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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PCGZine Issue 44

PCGZine Issue 44

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If you enjoy making castles and then defending them from attackers then there’s probably a good chance you already own one of the games in the long running Stronghold franchise, and inside this months issue we have an exclusive preview of the upcoming third instalment in the series which promises even better visuals and improved gameplay. We also manage to grab an exclusive chat with Two Worlds II Community Director Jake DiGennaro who spills the beans on what to expect from their latest release. Plus we have reviews for both Monkey Island 2: Special Edition and Commander: Conquest of the Americas that you won’t want to miss!

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MMOZine Issue 22

MMOZine Issue 22

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The cops and robbers MMO APB is finally live and we’ve managed to grab an exclusive chat with the games publishers EA, who spill the beans on their exciting new release in this months issue. Plus we’ve also got an in-depth preview for the new superhero MMO DC Universe Online, the game in which you can base your own avatar on one of the many famous DC hero/villains. And there’s plenty more packed inside with reviews for World of Warcraft 3.3.5, the last patch before the highly anticipated release of Cataclysm and Global Agenda’s new expansion entitled Sandstorm, which looks to improve some of the key features and expand the games borders.

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PCGZine Issue 43

PCGZine Issue 43

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We kick off with an exclusive review for Disciples III: Renaissance, the new instalment in the popular turn-based strategy franchise which has finally been released after 5 years in development. Find out what we thought of Kalypso Media’s new release and all its new features by downloading this month’s issue now. Plus this year’s E3 is finally over and its fair to say it’s been an impressive event with several huge titles catching the eye. Inside we give you our top ten must have games coming out over the next year for the PC: Civ 5, Shogun 2, XCom and more. Plus, we’ve been playing the new StarCraft sequel single player this month, and it certainly didn’t disappoint. Read the full preview now by downloading this month’s PCGZine issue

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MMOZine Issue 21

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MMOZine Issue 21

Fans of the fantasy MMO Runes of Magic will be pleased to know that we’ve got an extensive review inside for the recently released third chapter – The Elder Kingdoms, in which we cover all the exciting new features available in the lands of Taborea. Plus, we have a preview for APB – the new Cops and robbers MMO that’s packed full of action as vigilantes attempt to clean up the streets by any means necessary. We’ve also got a preview for the highly anticipated Cataclysm patch coming to World of Warcraft, which you won’t want to miss as we take a look at some of the massive new content being added. And if that’s not enough we’ve also got an exclusive interview with the developers of TLBB who give us the full low-down on their new fantasy MMO.

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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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FIFA 10FIFA 10 has done extremely well on its release, with the new instalment of the popular football game going straight to the number one spot. The Dragon Age character creator which was to be exclusively available on the PC format may also be included on the console versions as well. Scottish developer Realtime Worlds have been named by PricewaterhouseCoopers as the hottest prospect in the UK’s technology sector for 2009, thanks in part to their new MMO – APB. And the new handheld console by Sony the PSPgo has boosted PSP hardware sales by 120%.