PCGZine Issue 48

PCGZine Issue 48

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If you haven’t bought Call of Duty: Black Ops yet and your still unsure as to whether or not it will deliver, then you may want to read our full and in-depth review of the game, as inside we go though the games fast and furious single player as well as its packed out multiplayer. Plus we check out Dead Space 2’s new multiplayer mode, which we we’re lucky enough get hands-on with this month. And we also get our hands on the latest Football Manager game from developers Sports Interactive, with the new 2011 edition getting several new features implemented. So, why not take 5 minutes out and download issue 48 of PCGZine now to read all this and more.

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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 2UK videogame retailer GAME have cut the price of the special edition Modern Warfare 2 by £20, you can now pick up a copy for £99. Brad Wardell the CEO of Stardock has hit out at Windows Live, citing problems with the patch process effectively forcing them out of the PC market. Ever wondered why the Xbox 360 doesn’t have a web browser? Well we give you ten reason as to why we think this could be. The Sports Interactive team have thought up over 700 unused features for Football Manager, which they will try and implement in to FM011 (Not all of them!). And if you’ve been following the exclusive interview we had with Miles Jacobson from Sports Interactive about Football Manager, then you’ll be pleased to know the third and final part is up on the site now.

Crysis LiveAnd its a bumper news round-up today as it includes all the news from yesterday as well. We begin with the news that executive producer Gavin Raeburn has decided to leave developers Codemasters after several successful years there producing some popular rally driving games. The Old Republic Beta registration is available again, after the website had to be taken down due to overwhelming interest from fans of the new MMO. Sony’s new hand-held console the PSPgo has gone on sale today worldwide, which you can buy for £224.99. If you a fan of the Band Hero game then you’ll pleased to know that there are new improved instruments on the way, which will be available to buy in November.

Ever fancied wearing that famous Crysis nanosuit? Well if you go to the Nottingham’s GameCity event you’ll apparently be able to just that, as they create a live-action game for players to enjoy. We find out if Funcom’s new MMO The Secret World is still in production after a trading statement revealed development staff in Oslo were being laid off. It’s official developers Sports Interactive have the most scouts in football, as they try to get the most detailed database of players in their Football Manager series. And you can read more about the latest instalment of Football Manager in the first part of our are exclusive interview with Studio Director Miles Jacobson, and we also now have the 2nd part up as well. And lastly lead developer Tim Schafer believes Activision ‘never’ had a case against them after the huge developers/publishers tried to block the release of Brutal Legend.