PCGZine Issue 40

PCGZine Issue 40

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The sequel to Blizzards huge RTS has been unveiled and we’ve got it all covered inside, with a full preview of the game along with an exclusive interview with the developers who give us the low-down on what to expect from Wings of Liberty.

Just Cause was a hugely entertaining game thanks to Rico pulling off insane stunts and blowing up pretty much anything in his path, but it had its faults and with the arrival of the new sequel we find out whether the developers dealt with these issues and made it the classic we hoped for in our in-depth review.

Plus we’ve got plenty more packed inside for pc gamers to enjoy, with previews for Split/Second, Disciples III, Test Drive Unlimited 2, Brink and F1 2010. There’s also reviews for Command and Conquer 4, Prison Break, MUD TV and Dragon Age: Awakening. And to round it all of we’ve also got an exclusive competition inside in which you can win a free copy of Another World.

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SouthPeak Games have revealed that their crazy adventure game 3D Dot Game Heroes will be arriving in Europe this May. SCEA (Sony Computer Entertainment America) have announced that this December has been the best ever since the consoles launch in 2006, with record sales recorded. Anyone hoping to get their hands on the new Dragon Age DLC – Return To Ostagar will be disappointed as developers Bioware have had to pull the DLC due to technical issues with the content. New post-apocalyptic MMO Fallen Earth has had its second major update this week aimed at improving the games visuals and performance. We’ve got a quick preview for new MMO Star Trek Online up on our site now. And we take a look at whether Modern Warfare 2 has been the victim of its own success, due to recent criticisms of the game spreading all over the internet.

We have new footage of Chris Redfield and Sheva in next years DLC for Resident Evil 5, both wearing new costumes and fighting in the new Mercenaries Reunion mode. Developers Activision have refused to comment on whether or not there is a possible Prototype 2 in the works. As the latest class update is released for Team Fortress 2 we go in to detail as to why you should be tempted to pick the demoman as your side in battle. Microsoft seem pretty confident that their upcoming title Halo Reach will be the biggest game of 2010, but we think there are 5 other possible contenders who could challenge for the prestigious title. And in today’s GamerZines Game Of The Year Award we pick out the game with the best story, any guesses?

Some new Fallout MMO screenshots have appeared on the internet allegedly by developers Interplay, but are they real? And it sounds like the Wii will not be getting HD anytime soon as Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has been out dampening those rumours. We discuss the new RPG Dragon Age: Origins in our blog about whether it could be titled the best RPG ever. And in our other blog we take a look at Mass Effect 2 and the inclusion of the killer robot – Legion. Plus we have the first 10 minutes of Assassin’s Creed II up on our site and YouTube channel for you to enjoy now.


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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Modern Warfare 2The UK supermarkets are fighting it out over who can get the best deal to the public for the eagerly sought after Modern Warfare 2, with Sainsbury’s currently offering the best price. The Dragon Age: Origins Toolset free update is now available to download, this new toolset will allow you complete freedom to build your own levels and stories for the game. HMV and GAME have both been shipping Modern Warfare 2 a little early to customers, with some lucky buyers getting to play the game today. And lastly developers Activision Blizzard have launched a new non-profit organisation to help veterans integration back into society called CODE.

Exclusive Assassin's Creed II Review

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You can download the new issue of P3Zine for free. And for Playstation 3 owners it’s probably one of the biggest issues of the year as we review and rate some of the most highly anticipated games released this winter. Beginning with the most eagerly sought after sequel, Assassins Creed II. Its been well document that Ubisoft have worked on correcting all the flaws that blighted the original game to deliver a more entertaining experience. The time has come for us to see if all their hard work has paid off, find out what we gave this game in the full review by downloading the issue now!

We also have another exclusive inside with an in-depth interview with famed developers Insomniac Games. In-which we discuss a range of topics through out the massive 6 page spread, such as Resistance 3, upcoming downloadable content, their thoughts on digital distribution, information on the latest Ratchet and Clank game, and also what new IP’s the companies currently working on at the moment.

There’s also a review for the new RPG epic, Dragon Age: Origins. This new story is truly gigantic and will take some time to work your way through without missing anything and as this game is made by the same developers who created Mass Effect, expect some engaging plotlines and mature content along the way. You can find out more about this very brutal and bloody game in our full review.

But that’s not all as we have other reviews for the impressive looking DJ Hero and the latest instalment from the popular beat-em-up franchise Tekken. there’s also a hands-on preview for the open world game The Saboteur as well as first looks at Just Cause 2, Brink and Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing.

You can download the magazine now and read it whenever you choose, which we would recommend doing because it will look a lot better or if you prefer you can read the magazine directly in your browser.