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For six years we’ve offered up the best interviews, previews, reviews and features commemorating the PC gaming’s finest efforts, but unfortunately this magazine’s illustrious time in the sun is coming to an end. That isn’t to say our last issue goes out on a whimper though. Instead we take an in-depth look at Company of Heroes 2’s multiplayer, stomp around in Hawken and deliver the definitive verdict on Far Cry 3. Reviews of Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Hitman:Absolution and F1 All Stars also feature, alongside our alternative yearly review. Check it out!

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This month’s PCGZine is chock-full of fantastic gaming titbits, including an exclusive hands-on with Company of Heroes 2, more insights into the impending launch of Guild Wars 2 and the final verdict on the epic fantasy adventure, Darksiders II. Have Vigil Games finally crafted an experience worthy of the Four Horsemen? Well, you’ll just have to read the August issue to find out…

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Ghosts, ghouls, demons, rabbits and of course aliens, this issue of PCGZine really does have it all! We take another look at Aliens: Colonial Marines to see what Gearbox are looking to bring to the iconic sci-fi universe and investigate whether one of the most unlikely sequels on the calendar, Metro: Last Light, will become the success THQ so desperately want it to be. Along with those previews we also have the usual slate of reviews including final verdicts of Diablo III, Risen: Dark Waters, the criminally ignored Japanese shooter Binary Domain and see whether Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is really worth the disc space. And to top it all off we talk Company of Heroes 2 with the acclaimed RTS makers, Relic, so there’s plenty to get excited about in this pre-E3 issue.

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