PlayZine Issue 50

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Heroes of Ruin is the new 3DS, action-adventure RPG from Square-Enix that’s gotten everyone here at GamerZines very excited. Due out early next year we have a full preview of the game inside along with an exclusive interview with the developers. Plus in a 3DS themed issue we have previews for Shinobi, Super Pokémon Rumble and Resident Evil Revelations. But fear not as there’s plenty of Wii, DS and PSP news featured inside as well. So, don’t delay, download your free issue today!

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PlayZine Issue 46

PlayZine Issue 46

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Everyone’s favourite rogue cop is back on the streets, and he’s aching to get some justice done. With 5 targets to bust, there’s not a second to lose! Don’t fear though as inside we’ve got the exclusive interview and preview for Driver Renegade that will help fill you in on all the game’s important details. Plus, LEGO’s found a new film to build around their beloved little yellow plastic men, with LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, and we’ve got an exclusive interview inside. And along with all that’s been mentioned above, there’s plenty more packed inside with in-depth reviews, news and a PSP game competition. So download Issue 46 now and enjoy!

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Exclusive World of Warcraft: The Fall of the Lich King Review!

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You can download the new issue of MMOZine for free. Inside this months issue we have an exclusive review for the new 3.3 patch for World of Warcraft expansion: Wrath of the Lich King. We go through all the new features included in this last ever patch for the current expansion, and give you our verdict on the new quest, stories and bosses! Read the full and in-depth review by downloading this issue.

Plus we have a World of Warcraft feature inside as the game celebrates nearly 5 years since going live. In which we go through the great fantasy MMO’s expansion history and give you a general overview on what each one was about and what they featured including the upcoming expansion, Cataclysm.

There’s also a preview for the new add-on EVE Online: Dominion which focusses on the alliances and their efforts to try and battle for and keep territory. We have all the details for this 11th add-on, including all the new changes and what to expect on its release.

And as well as all that’s been mentioned we have first looks at LEGO Universe and Dust 514, a preview for LOTRO: Siege of Mirkwood. And in-depth reviews for Cities XL, Fallen Earth and Warhammer Online: Path of Conquest. Plus there’s an exclusive EVE Online competition in which you can win some awesome EVE Online gear worth up to $500!

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The Saboteur Hands-on Preview

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You can download the new issue of 360Zine for free. In this issue we have a hands-on preview of the new action/adventure game by developers Pandemic, The Saboteur. In which main protagonist, Sean Devine an angry Irishman in Paris who has one sole objective. Stop the Nazi threat to the capital by any means necessary! This new open world game is filled with entertaining content and action on every street and it promises to be a little different to all the usual World War games out there. Along with this preview we have an exclusive interview with Tom French, one of the developer’s from Pandemic to talk about the exciting features of the upcoming game.

We also have a huge review for the new RPG, Dragon Age: Origins by developers BioWare, which promises to contain a fair bit of blood, gore and violence, as you protect the world from a whole host of bad-tempered creatures, monsters and dragons. BioWare have put a lot of detail in to the game, with each class getting a unique story to unravel  and different experiences to enjoy as you journey through this mammoth adventure.

Plus there’s much more packed inside this issue with first looks at Saw, the new horror game with brutal traps and puzzles to overcome. LEGO Rock Band and Alien Breed Evolution. As well as previews for the potential game of the year, Modern Warfare 2 and the ever enjoyable zombie killer, Left 4 Dead 2. We also have massive reviews for the impressive looking DJ Hero, Rock loving Brutal Legends, Forza Motorsport 3 and the latest instalment from Konami, PES 2010.

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