MMOZine Issue 35

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For our final issue of MMOZine this year we go out in style, as inside we have a huge feature for Rift’s new 1.6 expansion, plus we preview the likes of WoW: Mists of Pandaria, Star Wars: The Old Republic and PlanetSide 2. And to finish it all off we review WoW: Hour of Twilight and DC Universe Online. Not a bad issue we think you’ll agree! So from the whole of the GZ team we hope you have a good Xmas and New Years and will see you back in 2012!

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MMOZine Issue 28

MMOZine Issue 28

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In this month’s issue we return to Tyria as Guild Wars 2 looks finally to edge towards beta. Inside, we take a look at what’s changed in this highly anticipated fantasy MMORPG sequel, and what to expect from Tyria now that 250 years have gone by. Plus, we review Earthrise, the new sandbox MMO from developers Masthead Studios that features a lot of futuristic weaponry and DC universe Online, the new superhero packed MMO from developers Sony Online Entertainment. But that’s not all as there’s much, much more packed inside. So, don’t delay, download issue 28 now and enjoy!

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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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