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War has changed and now it’s better with a friend.

360Zine has gone hands-on with Medal of Honor: Warfighter’s single-player and co-op powered Fire Team multiplayer to bring you the lowdown on this season’s most ‘authentic’ shooter.

When we’re not behind the wheel of Forza Horizon, we’re at the helm of Fable: The Journey’s horse and carriage, throwing down in the ring with WWE ’13, and grooving like old men for Dance Central 3.

We’ve also spilt blood over Capcom’s Resident Evil 6, Looted Borderlands 2 for all its worth, thrown punches with Tekken Tag Tournament and unleashed our inner living room rockers for Rocksmith to bring you our verdict on the biggest games of the moment.

Whatever your tastes, 360Zine’s got you covered this month.

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360Zine Issue 56

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Call of Juarez: The Cartel is the new title in the first-person shooter franchise from developers Techland. Set in the present day the game follows three government agents as they chase down the drug cartel, using any means necessary! And it seems as if ‘3’ really is the magic number, as in this issue we preview Battlefield 3, Mass Effect 3, Far Cry 3 and Gears of War 3. And finally to complete this issue, we have in-depth reviews for both Alice: Madness Returns and Shadows of the Damned.

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P3Zine Issue 49

P3Zine Issue 49

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In this month’s issue we take some time out to preview Call of Juarez: The Cartel, the new title from Techland that ditches the old Wild West for a more modern day environment. Don’t believe us? Check out our exclusive screens of the game inside and find out for yourself. Plus we also preview Resistance 3, the new instalment in the popular franchise which you definitely won’t want to miss. And to finish this issue off we review Kaos Studios new first-person shooter, Homefront and the new arcade racer from Evolution Studios, MotorStorm Apocalypse. So, all that’s left to say is download issue 49 now and enjoy!

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Call of Juarez DLCVidZone reaches 1 million downloads and 100 million plays after only 8 weeks after being made available on the PS3. Bethesda are set to publish Archer MacLean’s new futuristic racing game ‘Wheelspin‘ for the Wii this autumn. Ubisoft has announced that a Call of Juarez DLC will be made available this Thursday containing new multiplayer maps. Japan are discontinuing the 80GB PS3 this week, leading rumours to the possible arrival of the PS3 Slim. Plus DSi owners can now upload photos to Facebook as upgrade is made available this week.

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

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You can download the new issue of PCGZine for free. Inside this months issue we have a full exclusive interview with Assassin’s Creed II game producer Sebastian Puel, who tells us how the games shaping up and all the changes that they’ve made this time round. Along with some new exclusive screen-shots of the game that you won’t want to miss!

We also have an exclusive Champions Online give away of 10,000 VIP Beta keys inside, in which you just have to fill out a form in this magazine to stand a chance of winning. There are also first looks at Section 8 the new action game from Time Gate Studios, Just Cause 2, Singularity, BLUR and Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes.

Plus we also have full reviews for the new wild west shoot-em-up Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, the immensely fun Prototype and Anno 1404 for you to enjoy at your leisure. There’s also another exclusive competition included, this time for Arma II in which we are giving away 5 copies of the game and a bag of Arma II goodies for you to get you hands on.

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

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You can download the new issue of P3Zine for free. In which we have three huge exclusives this month, starting with the new screen-shots of Batman Arkham Asylum we have to accompany our full hands-on preview of the game by developers RockSteady. The game sees the Dark Knight trying to put and end to the Jokers latest mayhem in Arkham Asylum. Featuring some polished visuals and original gameplay this game looks to be a massive hit on its release in August.

Our second exclusive is our in-depth four page interview with Dragon Age developers Bioware. In which we talk with Vice President Greg Zeschuk all about this exciting new release, he gives us all the facts about what the game will feature and why RPG fans should be getting excited about this gritty behemoth of a game.

Assassin’s Creed II is already shaping up to be one of the must have games of this winter and we’ve managed to get some new screenshots of the game in which you can clearly see why its so highly anticipated in our third and final exclusive.

Plus we also have a full preview for Uncharted 2 and first looks at Split/Second, Need for Speed: Shift and Aliens vs Predator. A huge feature on Wolfenstein for everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the popular game series and finally reviews for Call of Juarez 2, Ghostbusters and Fight Night Round 4.

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Brotherly love doesn't run THAT deep in the West.

Brotherly love doesn't run THAT deep in the West.

Today saw the release of Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood. No, it’s not Call of Duty with a more… mexicany name… it’s actually its own series. Gamerzines gave Bound in Blood a worthwhile 87 out of 100 just last week, and now many other publications have chosen to reward Bound in Blood with 80’s and higher, and only a few scores falling below 70.

I believe it’s now fair to say that Bound in Blood is a worthwhile addition to any gamer’s library. Early today I purchased the game, and am at the beginning of Act II (I decided I had to check out the multiplayer too. Pretty cool.) There aren’t a lot of people online right now though, but I hope that’s remedied in the near future *wink GO BUY IT wink*.

I’m not here to talk about how much fun Bound in Blood is though, I’m here to talk about the time in which it is set. More to the point, the time in which the beginning of the game is set. There’s no doubt that westerns can be and usually are awesome. Just look at Red Dead Revolver, Gun, or heck, even the first Call of Juarez wasn’t terrible. There’s plenty of inspiration and scenarios out there for the much under appreciated genre. I know that I can’t wait for Red Dead Redemption, it’s at the top of my must buy list for next year.

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