360Zine Issue 44

360Zine Issue 44

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Inside we have a preview and exclusive interview for Driver: San Francisco that sees Tanner back for more wild car chasing action as he hunts down his nemesis Jericho, which is made a little harder for Tanner when he’s put in a coma at the start. We also take a look at Kinect Adventures, the new game for the recently released motion sensor technology announced at this years E3. Plus there’s a preview for Bulletstorm, the new FPS from Polish developers People Can Fly, which is all about killing with style. And we also check out the highly anticipated third instalment of Fable, in which a new adventure unfolds in the entertaining realms of Albion.

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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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P3Zine Issue 40

P3Zine Issue 40

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It may be summer but the games keep coming thick and fast, with some huge titles reviewed and previewed inside for you, such as our hands-on preview for the latest instalment of MotorStorm which has taken on a whole new twist with its apocalyptic setting. One thing is for sure, racing has never been so fun or dangerous! We also welcome back the return of Driver which sees car chasing expert Tanner back in the driving seat for another dose of high speed action. Ubisoft have revamped the title though with some intriguing new features that make for an unusual ride! Plus there’s more inside with full reviews for both Blur and UFC Undisputed 2010 as well as first looks at Call of Duty: Black Ops, Dead Space 2 and Killzone 3. We think that should just about keep you covered until next issue.

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360Zine Issue 42

360Zine Issue 42

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Arcade Racers don’t come much better than this! With devastating power-ups, lighting quick cars and eventful tracks to enjoy, Blur has all the makings of a classic. Inside we have an exclusive hands-on preview of the game’s single player mode that you won’t want to miss.

The sequel has finally arrived and a lots changed in the ten years that have passed since the original. There’s a lot less snow for one thing and the Akrid have grown a lot, lot bigger! Find out whether the latest instalment in the series manages to live up to the high expectations by reading our in-depth review of Lost Planet 2 now.

Plus, we’ve got plenty more inside with a first look at the upcoming zombie killing sequel, Dead Rising 2 along with previews for DarkStar One: Broken Alliance and Two Worlds II. There’s also reviews for Super Street Fighter IV and FIFA World Cup 2010. And just in case you missed it we’ve also attached our exclusive Split/Second Magazine.

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360Zine Issue 41

360Zine Issue 41

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UFC 2009 Undisputed made a massive impact on its debut last year and showed how big the sport is growing in popularity around the world. And this year’s new sequel promises to be even bigger and better, with several new features and additions being made to the gameplay and visuals to enhance the realism of the fights. Read our massive hands-on preview for UFC Undisputed 2010 now inside this months issue.

Everyone’s favourite spy is back in a new instalment of Splinter Cell. Only this time it’s personal as Sam Fisher looks for vengeance by tracking down all those responsible for his daughter’s murder. And one thing’s for sure, with Sam going rogue anything can happen! Inside we have a full review of Splinter Cell: Conviction that you won’t want to miss.

If that’s not enough for you though, then there’s much more inside this month’s issue of 360Zine with first looks at Transformers: War For Cybertron, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, DarkStar One: Broken Alliance and Two Worlds 2. Plus hands-on previews for Split/Second, Blur and F1 2010.

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You can download the new issue of 360Zine for free. In this months issue we have hands-on previews for three of the biggest games this year, that will all be vying for top spot this Christmas. First up we look at Assassins Creed II the eagerly sought after sequel set around new Italian assassin Ezio. Next up is another sequel, to probably one of the most popular games released in recent times Modern Warfare 2. And lastly we take a look at DJ Hero , the new game from Activision that will release the inner DJ in you.

At GamerZines we like our exclusive interviews and in this issue we talk with highly acclaimed Lead Director Tim Schafer, the man behind such classic games as Grim Fandango, PsychoNauts and Full Throttle. About his upcoming title Brutal Legend, and one thing about his new action game that you can definitely say is that its highly original and  er very unique! As you play in a Heavy Metal inspired fantasy world in which roadie Eddie Riggs is on a mission to save the world with a little help from some famous rock legends, a demon-slaying guitar and a his beast of a hotrod!

And if your curious to know what else we’ve packed into this months issue then read on as we have first looks at arcade racer- Blur, the new skate boarding game – Tony Hawk: RIDE and the very brutal hack’n’slash – Fairytale Fights. Plus we have a preview for the GTA DLC – Ballad of Gay Tony and full reviews for racing sim – Need For Speed: Shift, the new RPG – Risen and the highly anticipated Halo 3: ODST.

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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.