P3Zine Issue 36

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P3Zine Issue 36

If your already getting excited about the next instalment of Final Fantasy you’ll be thrilled to know that we’ve got an exclusive hands-on preview of Square Enix new title inside, in which we go through all the games exciting new features, characters and plot. Just the tonic for dealing with the long agonising wait until its release next month.

Plus we’ve got a huge review of Sony’s new epic interactive title, Heavy Rain. the game which seems more like an interactive drama than a game as you play through the story looking to catch the infamous Origami killer who’s effected all the main characters involved in the plot. Find out what we thought of this original game and its gameplay by downloading this issue now!

That’s not all though as we have first looks at Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sand and FIFA World Cup 2010, along with full previews for Way of the Samurai 3 and Prison Break: The Conspiracy. Plus we have in-depth reviews for both Dante’s Inferno and SEGA All-Stars Racing. Enjoy!

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NCsoft the developers of Aion have announced new double XP weekends in a bid to help members level up a little quicker, which has been a major area of complaint from current players. We have an in-depth preview for Heavy Rain’s second major scene – The Mall, again this will contain some spoilers so don’t read if you don’t want to know anything until the games release. Plus we also preview EA Montreal’s new co-op game, Army of Two: The 40th Day. In which we go through all the new changes implemented by the developers in a bid to improve the co-op experience. We also carry on our GamerZines Game Of The Year Awards, as today we look at the best shooting Game of the year. Lastly we have a new trailer for Rockstars upcoming Wild West game Red Dead Redemption, you can watch the narrated trailer here.

We’ve got a video for the Splinter Cell Conviction: Special Edition pack which gives a quick overview of what the edition will include and what goodies you can expect to get in-game. Army of Two: The 40th Day is set to have around “10,000 and 20,000 different combinations” of weaponry for you to enjoy according to the developers. And if you want to know even more about the upcoming sequel then you can now read the second part of our exclusive interview with the games Producer Alain Tascan. Gran Turismo fans will want to make sure there’s around 219mb space clear on their ps3 as the demo for the latest instalment is released this Thursday. And we take an in-depth look at Heavy Rain’s opening scene, which we should warn you contains some spoilers.

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You can download the new issue of P3Zine for free. And in this issue we have a hands-on preview for Heavy Rain the new game by developers SCEE, this upcoming title mixes a variety of genres into one game as you play as four different characters who are all looking for the notorious Origami killer. The gameplay looks to have some original and unique ways of moving around and quicktime events will be used to perform certain actions. Plus the visuals look stunning, with some highly detailed character’s and locations on show, although you can check them out for yourself by viewing our exclusive screens of the game inside. This new title is definitely one to keep an eye out for next year as it looks all set to be a huge hit of 2010

Pandemics new game The Saboteur is due out later this month, the game in which you control Sean Devine an Irishman who’s out for vengeance on the Nazis who killed his friend. This open world game will have you roaming around Paris during World War II helping the local resistance put an end to the Nazis occupying the French capital. You can read more about this game in our full review inside this months issue.

Plus we’ve also got previews for Skate 3, Dead to Rights: Retribution, Star Ocean: The Last Hope International and Just Cause 2. We also have full reviews for Modern Warfare 2, Band Hero and Fairytale Fights. And if that’s not enough we’ve also got an exclusive competition inside, in which you can win yourself a free copy of The Saboteur.

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.