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E3 2012 wasn’t exactly the shining light of PC gaming that it should have been, but worry not my keyboard-loving friend as in this month’s PCGZine we shirk the glitz and glamour to give you the real scoop on what games you should be looking forward to for the rest of the year. We have previews of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, ShootMania Storm and take a very special look at Guild Wars 2. We also have lots of reviews, including the final verdict on Max Payne 3 and the shooter surprise of the year so far – Spec Ops: The Line.

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Welcome to another jam packed edition of P3Zine. With the E3 show in America now over, we feature some of the highlights for us, including the stunning Watch Dogs, Beyond: Two Souls and Splinter Cell Blacklist. We’ve also got the latest videos on two of our potential 2012 highlights, The Last of Us and LittleBigPlanet on Vita. Moving swiftly on to the reviews section, it’s another bumper crop, with DiRT Showdown (plus exclusive interview), Ghost Recon Future Soldier, Resistance Burning Skies, Sorcery and SBK Generations all featuring. Enjoy the issue and see you next month.

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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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We can’t help but stare into space thinking about the life we lost; wondering about how we could have avoided this melancholic existence… and then suddenly a digital magazine came into our lives. Suddenly we no longer sought refuge at the bottom of a bottle, not when we could read all the latest previews and reviews, including Rockstar’s reinvention of Remedy’s film noir detective Max Payne – did you see what we did there? This issue of PCGZine is not only exciting because of the dozen or so games we’ve covered this month, but it’s also the first issue which sports our exciting new redesign. You’re going to love it.

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Bullet time is back! This month we take a look at not one, but two games featuring the stupendously satisfying slow-mo bullet-cam, with WW2 shooter Sniper Elite V2 and Rockstar’s spectacularly cinematic Max Payne 3 scoping each other out for chart success.

We also take an early look at Assassin’s Creed III, revealing the background and motives behind new assassin Connor, and settle down with Battlefield 3’s latest expansion pack Close Quarters. Is Battlefield 3 really heading into Call of Duty territory?

Plus we review Ridge Racer Unbounded, FIFA Street, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City and more!

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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 60

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If you’re getting excited about the impending arrival of Saints Row: The Third, then you’ll definitely want to read our hands-on preview inside this month’s issue! Plus we cast our eye over two promising titles in Syndicate and Max Payne 3. And then in our review section we run the rule over Battlefield 3, Batman: Arkham City, Forza Motorsport 4 and PES 2012. That’s one packed issue we think you’ll agree! To begin reading, just download your free copy here.

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