Tecmo Koei’s upcoming third person shooter ‘Quantum Theory‘ will now be coming to the Xbox 360 after initially being developed exclusively for the PS3. The classic N64 game Perfect Dark is being re-created by Rare for Xbox Live Arcade and they have now released some new screenshots of the game. Gearbox have remained tight-lipped over a Borderlands sequel, not revealing whether the next instalment is in development yet. Left 4 Dead 2 is apparently more mod friendly than the original according to L4Dmods.com, so expect new custom-made models mods arriving soon. Team 17 the developers of the soon to be released Alien Breed: Evolution Xbox Live Arcade game have been explaining their exclusivity to the Xbox 360. And after an hours play on Darksiders we give you our first impressions of the game as War battles it out on earth against a whole load of demonic bad guys.

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You can download the new issue of 360Zine for free. Inside this months issue we have an exclusive hands-on preview for BioWare’s much sought after space sequel Mass Effect 2, featuring the much admired Commander Shepard who’s always up for saving the universe. With this huge title not due out until next year we’ve had a chance to play a small snippet of the game, you can find out what our first impressions were from what we’ve seen and played so far and also get a little taste of what to expect from this massive new sci-fi adventure by reading the full preview now.

Assassin’s Creed is due out tomorrow and we have an in-depth review of the game for you to read before buying. Ezio’s the new assassin in town and with a few more tricks up his sleeve than Altair along with a much more cheerful demeanour, assassinating has never been so much fun, with the game moving you around Italy dispatching high-profile targets with new skill and style, find out more about this huge sequel by reading the full review now.

We’ve also got a review for easily the biggest game of the year in Modern Warfare 2 which has been grabbing the headlines for the last few months . You can read our thoughts on Activision massive new sequel and whether it delivers the action packed gaming experience we were hoping for by downloading this issue now.

Plus we’ve packed this issue to bursting point with plenty more Xbox 360 gaming news, as we have first looks at Super Street Fighter IV, Resonance of Fate and Front Mission Evolved. Along with previews for Avatar, Battlefield Bad Company 2 and EA Sports MMA. And finally there are full reviews for both Borderlands and GTA: The Ballad of Gay Tony.

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Massive Modern Warfare 2 Review!

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You can download the new issue of PCGZine for free. The biggest game of the year is finally out and we’ve reviewed and rated it inside! Modern Warfare 2 has been highly anticipated with pre-sales going through the roof over the last few months but can this juggernaut of a game live up to all our high expectations? Find out now by reading our full and in-depth review of the game as we cover all the new features, gameplay and missions.

We also review some other huge titles that are out this month beginning with Dragon Age: Origins the new RPG by famed developers BioWare. This new adventure is massive with lots of detail and brutal content for you to immerse yourself in. Find out what we thought of the game inside this months issue.

There’s also an exclusive interview with Rebellion the developers of Alien vs Predator. In which we discuss with them everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the sci-fi game due out next year. To go along with the interview we also have a 3 page preview of the game to give you even more information regarding the new title.

Plus that’s not all as we’ve also got first looks at Star Trek Online, Metro 2033 and a preview for Left 4 dead 2. There’s also reviews for Borderlands, Football Manager 10 and Lost Horizon. And exclusively in this issue we have a competition for the upcoming MMO Allods Online in which you can win some beta keys for when the fantasy adventure begins. 

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Bad Company 2 gunning for Modern Warfare 2The CEO of EA John Riccietello has been venting his frustration over poor Wii sales regarding some of their big titles, he also criticised Nintendo for not doing enough to improve the Wii software. EA also hope to covert angry online Call of Duty players over to Battlefield Bad Company 2, due to the furor over the no dedicated servers issue. Borderlands 2 seems to be a dead cert as the developers are delighted with how the RPG/FPS has done since its release, saying it looks like a “no-brainer” to make a sequel. The much talked about Natal software by Microsoft will come out next November. And sadly for MMO gamers it looks as if Guild Wars 2 won’t be out until 2011.

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Click on the cover to download this issue of P3Zine for free.

You can download the new issue of P3Zine for free. Inside this months issue we have a huge hands-on exclusive preview of the new WWII fighter plane game IL-2 Sturmovik. In which you play across the duration of the war in 6 intense missions. We also managed to get exclusive screens of the game that show just how visually stunning the game play looks.

Plus in this issue we have other massive Hands-on previews for such highly anticipated titles as Borderlands, the new first-person shooter and role-playing game merged in to one by developers Gearbox Software (Exclusive screen shots of the game included). Need for Speed: Shift, Guitar Hero 5, Colin McRae DiRT2 and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2.

We also have reviews for popular PSN games Fat Princess and Wipeout Fury. Also included is an exclusive interview with Split/Second Developers Black Rock Studios, in which we talk to Game Director Nick Baynes about the upcoming racing game and what original features it’s set to include.

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The Plague of Video Games. A Fun Plague, But A Plague Nonetheless.

The Plague of Video Games. A Fun Plague, But A Plague Nonetheless.

Everyone knows that Call of Duty isn’t a name to be taken lightly. Analysts have been repeatedly quoted as saying that Modern Warfare 2 could end up being the most successful game of all time (until Modern Warfare 2 of course). That’s not at all surprising given the success of the first Modern Warfare title, and Infinity Ward’s tremendous showing at E3 this year.

Of course, it strikes me as a bit suspicious that after E3 showcased so many great games slated for a 2009 release, we are now stuck with significantly fewer games than originally anticipated. Don’t get me wrong, what we have is great. Brutal Legend, Borderlands, Assassin’s Creed 2, Left 4 Dead 2, Halo: ODST and of course the juggernaut that is and will be Modern Warfare 2.

As of right now, at least one game’s delay can be attributed to Modern Warfare 2, Singularity, a time-bending shooter set in a derelict former Soviet base was delayed to next year, and a spokesperson for Activision was not afraid to say why:

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Overlord IINew MMO Aion from developers NCsoft has reached the number one spot in the Digital Download Chart on its debut. Randy Pitchford explains his fears about the chosen release date for the highly anticipated Borderlands. We take a quick look at a interesting piece of concept art created by Warren Spector for the new Disney game. Final Fantasy XIV has now been confirmed by developers Square-Enix to be appearing at this years GamesCom. Plus we review the first ever downloadable content for the popular Overlord II.