PlayZine Issue 42

PlayZine Issue 42

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We dust off our turntable and get mixing once again as the sequel to DJ Hero finally arrives. Read the full review inside this month’s issue of PlayZine and find out what we thought of the new features and tracks. We also take some time out to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of that iconic Italian-American plumber, Mario, with a three page feature dedicated to the new release by Nintendo, Super Mario All-Stars 25th Anniversary Edition. Plus we have reviews for both Super Scribblenauts, the sequel to the original puzzler as well as FIFA 11 the latest instalment in the huge football game franchise. There’s also plenty more preview and reviews packed inside PlayZine Issue 42. So don’t miss a thing, download it now and read it all!

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PCGZine Issue 47

PCGZine Issue 47

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Inside this month’s issue of PCGZine we have a special feature dedicated solely to BlizzCon 2010, in which we check out all the major announcements made at the event and what games caught our eye whilst we were there. Plus we have a preview for Homefront the highly anticipated first-person shooter, which we we’re lucky enough to get our hands on for a couple of games of exciting multiplayer. And we also review Fallout: New Vegas, giving you the full lowdown on what to expect from the latest adventure in the wastelands. Read all this and much, much more now by downloading PCGZine Issue 47.

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360Zine Issue 47

 

360Zine Issue 47

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We’ve got a review extravaganza for you inside this months issue of 360Zine, with eight games getting our full and undivided attention. Starting with Medal of Honor the giant first-person-shooter by Danger Close & DICE that’s looking to reignite the massive franchise, plus we check out Enslaved the new action/adventure game by Ninja Theory set in a surprisingly colourful post-apocalyptic world. And it doesn’t end there with Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and FIFA 11 both being reviewed as well. But don’t worry it’s not all reviews as there’s also previews inside for Gears of War 3, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit. So go on, read it all now by downloading 360Zine Issue 47.

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360Zine Issue 45

360Zine Issue 45

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If you like rock, demons, electric guitars and Gene Simmons chances are you’ll love the latest title in the Guitar Hero franchise. Activision new release Warriors of Rock brings the series back to its origins with the soundtrack being made up entirely of rock and it doesn’t stimp on the story side either with a bunch of demons, demi-gods and mechanical beasts to encounter, defeat, destroy and outplay! Read the full preview inside to get all the details. Plus we have reviews for two of the biggest titles released this month in Crackdown 2 and Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, find out what we made of both games by downloading this months 360Zine now!

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PCGZine Issue 44

PCGZine Issue 44

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If you enjoy making castles and then defending them from attackers then there’s probably a good chance you already own one of the games in the long running Stronghold franchise, and inside this months issue we have an exclusive preview of the upcoming third instalment in the series which promises even better visuals and improved gameplay. We also manage to grab an exclusive chat with Two Worlds II Community Director Jake DiGennaro who spills the beans on what to expect from their latest release. Plus we have reviews for both Monkey Island 2: Special Edition and Commander: Conquest of the Americas that you won’t want to miss!

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P3Zine Issue 40

P3Zine Issue 40

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It may be summer but the games keep coming thick and fast, with some huge titles reviewed and previewed inside for you, such as our hands-on preview for the latest instalment of MotorStorm which has taken on a whole new twist with its apocalyptic setting. One thing is for sure, racing has never been so fun or dangerous! We also welcome back the return of Driver which sees car chasing expert Tanner back in the driving seat for another dose of high speed action. Ubisoft have revamped the title though with some intriguing new features that make for an unusual ride! Plus there’s more inside with full reviews for both Blur and UFC Undisputed 2010 as well as first looks at Call of Duty: Black Ops, Dead Space 2 and Killzone 3. We think that should just about keep you covered until next issue.

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360Zine Issue 43

360Zine Issue 43

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Halo Reach is the game on everybody’s lips this year as it marks the final instalment by creators, Bungie. And with the developers wanting to go out will a bang, it promises to be a potential classic and possible contender for game of the year. That is why we we’re pretty excited to sit down recently with Bungie in an exclusive interview and discuss all things Reach related, which you can read in full inside this month’s issue. Plus as the start of the World Cup draws near we indulged in our own football festivities by checking out the latest edition in the football franchise with a full preview of FIFA 11. And that’s not all as we have some massive reviews inside with the likes of Red Dead Redemption, Split/Second: Velocity and Alan Wake all being covered.

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