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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P3Zine Issue 44

P3Zine Issue 44

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In this month’s issue we have a huge preview inside for Homefront, the highly anticipated first-person shooter from THQ, in which the Korean People’s Army invade America in the year 2027. And aside from checking out the explosive single campaign we also try out the game’s big multiplayer, which allows up to 32 players in a single match. However that’s not the only multiplayer we try out, as we also managed to get our hands on Killzone 3 and duke it out in intense battles between the Helghast and ISA. Plus that’s not all as we also have an in-depth review inside for Fallout: New Vegas, in which we take some time out to explore the new area in the post-apocalyptic wastelands to see what we could discover and in all probability kill. So go on, download P3Zine Issue 44 and read all this and more now.

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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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P3Zine Issue 42

P3Zine Issue 42

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Sony’s PlayStation Move launches next month and to get you up to date with all the facts we have a huge six page feature inside that covers everything you need to know about the new motion controller, including the upcoming games made exclusively for PlayStation Move and others that will be made compatible with it. Plus we have a hands-on preview for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2, the highly anticipated sequel which sees the return of the powerful jedi, Starkiller. And we also get hands-on with Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, the latest instalment from Ubisoft which plays out a year after the events of the sequel involving Ezio. Don’t miss out, download this months issue of P3Zine now and read it all!

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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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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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Click on the cover to download this issue of PlayZine for free.

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You can download the new issue of PlayZine for free. And this month we take a look at the upcoming arcade racer, Need For Speed: Nitro. Which brings fast paced action to the race track as well as an in-depth customisation system that brings in famous lifestyle brands such as tokidoki, Upper Playground and i am 8-bit who have all created custom skins, brushes and in-car designs for the game. Along with this preview we have an exclusive interview with the game’s producer, who gives us the low-down on what to expect from the new racer, plus we have some exclusive screens of the uniquely designed cars, oh and we also have a video of the cars in full throttle action!

If your PSP owner and you’ve been waiting patiently for the arrival of the highly anticipated GTA Chinatown Wars, then the wait is nearly over. And to help you pass the remaining time we have a little preview of the game along with exclusive shots of some of the in-game action for you to enjoy. With some upgraded visuals and new missions involved it looks just as good as the DS version, which was out earlier this year. Plus we preview the upcoming Wii title Modern Warfare: Reflex, which promises to be just as good as the original COD4 as it retains all the elements that made the game so entertaining.

But that’s not all though, as we have first looks at Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, Assassin’s Creed II and Band hero, all for the DS. Then there’s a review for the new exercise game Wii Fit Plus. And we also have full reviews for Gran Tursimo (PSP), Guitar Hero 5 (Wii), Dead Space Extraction (Wii), Motorstorm: Arctic Edge (PSP) and Kingdom Hearts 385/2 Days (DS). And lastly we have an exclusive interview with the developers of the new Jak & Daxter game for the PSP. Enjoy!

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