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Tired of Modern Warfare? How about something a little more futuristic? We’ve got a double dose of future warfare in this month’s issue of 360Zine, as we go behind the scenes of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 to dig out the latest information on this year’s must-have shooter, before delivering our final verdict on Ubisoft’s tactical shooter Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. Plus, we get a kick out of the newest features in this year’s football gem FIFA 13, and go hunting in killer download Hitman: Sniper Challenge.

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Hot on the perfectly formed heels of 360Zine, P3Zine is the next of our magazines to undergo the redesign treatment. Much like the magazine equivalent of Pimp My Ride, we’ve taken the old mag, stripped out everything that was looking slightly tired or rusty and then replaced it with only the shiniest pixelated perfection. And what a beauty it now is.

We’ve upped the interactivity, added more video and scattered a stunning selection of clickable items or roll-overs. Simply keep an eye out for the interactive marker and it’ll point the way to either a video, enhanceable screenshot, caption or boxout. As ever though, your thoughts mean everything to us, so let us know if you like the mag, don’t (bit unlikely, but you never know) or what you’d like to see in it. Trust us, we read every email you send us and your feedback counts.

Back to the games and this issue celebrates its makeover with a frankly jaw-dropping gathering of the gaming delights either on PS3 now or heading that way soon. Featured in this very issue are (deep breath) Assassin’s Creed 3, The Last of Us, Prototype 2, Max Payne 3, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, SSX, Mass Effect 3 and, believe it or not, much more.

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360Zine Issue 63

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It’s not long now until BioWare’s eagerly anticipated RPG Mass Effect 3 is finally released, and inside this month’s issue we bring you even more news about Shepard’s final outing to help pass the time. Plus, we check out what deadly assassin Agent 47 is up to in Hitman Absolution, as well as the current status of Ubisoft’s upcoming shooter, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. But that’s not all though, as we also review Catherine, NeverDead and the Metal Gear Solid HD collection. So, don’t delay, download your free issue now!

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P3Zine Issue 55

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Hands on with Modern Warfare 3! We know you can’t wait, so we take a closer look at the upcoming first-person shooters multiplayer modes that we went hands-on with this month. Plus, we speak to Sledgehammer Games’ CEO, Glen Schofield in an exclusive interview. And along with this preview, we also cast our eye over both Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Far Cry 3. And then in our review section we run the rule over Dead Island, El Shaddai and Bodycount. So, to read all this now, just download Issue 55 here!

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P3Zine Issue 41

P3Zine Issue 41

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In this month’s issue of P3Zine we we’re lucky enough to get our hands on Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days. The sequel which sees the return of the two psychopathic killers as they try and escape the clutches of the Shanghai cops after a arms deal turns sour, read the full preview inside. Plus we have first looks inside for some huge upcoming titles, with Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Mafia II and Ghost Recon: Future Soldier just three of the games featured. And we also review and rate Singularity, the new first-person shooter by Activision that puts you in control of a time manipulating soldier who’s investigating a strange island full of bizarre anomalies.

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360Zine Issue 44

360Zine Issue 44

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Inside we have a preview and exclusive interview for Driver: San Francisco that sees Tanner back for more wild car chasing action as he hunts down his nemesis Jericho, which is made a little harder for Tanner when he’s put in a coma at the start. We also take a look at Kinect Adventures, the new game for the recently released motion sensor technology announced at this years E3. Plus there’s a preview for Bulletstorm, the new FPS from Polish developers People Can Fly, which is all about killing with style. And we also check out the highly anticipated third instalment of Fable, in which a new adventure unfolds in the entertaining realms of Albion.

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Tom Clancy's Ghost ReconDevelopers Activision have announced plans for a huge Modern Warfare 2 launch party in Leicester Square on the 9th of November. Ghost Recon Predator and Rabbids Lab have been accidentally outed by the Australian classifications board. The makers of Lord of The Rings Online, Turbine Interactive, believe subscriptions are the reason people don’t play MMO’s. And if your interested to know more about the popular MMO Lord of The Rings Online and its new expansion then you can read the first part of our exclusive interview with the game’s Executive Producer Jeffrey Steefel.