MMOZine Issue 26

MMOZine Issue 26

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Not long now until the release of Cataclysm but if you can’t wait that long then fear not as we managed to get hands-on with the upcoming expansion plus we speak to the lead designer of World of Warcraft about the new changes. And if that’s not enough we also have an exclusive competition inside in which you can win a whole load of Cataclysm goodies! However if you’re after other MMO news then you will be pleased to know that we also take a look at Battlestar Galactica Online and Star Trek Online: Season Three inside, plus we also review the new patch for Runes of Magic. Download MMOZine Issue 26 now to get all your MMO game news!

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.

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MMOZine Issue 20

MMOZine Issue 20

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After making a successful transition in to video games everyone’s favourite toy as a child has boldly moved in to the online realm with the upcoming MMO LEGO Universe. And with it set to feature a whole range of creatures, creations and game modes there’s a lot to get excited about! To discover more about this game download this month’s issue and read our huge preview inside.

Plus we review the massive fantasy MMO, Allods Online. The huge Russian MMO has gained worldwide popularity and generally impressed since its release, but can this giant title compete with the best MMOs out there, or will it fall just short? Find out by downloading this issue now.

And to satisfy your MMO game cravings we have much more packed inside with first looks at TERA: The Exiled Realm of Aborea and City of Heroes: Going Rogue. Plus previews for Runes of Magic: Chapter III – The Elder Kingdom and TLBB, along with in-depth reviews for PlanetSide and World of Warcraft 3.3.3. We’ve also got an exclusive interview with developers Cryptic about their new MMO, Star Trek Online.

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.

MMOZine Issue 19

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MMOZine Issue 19

We have a jam packed issue this month with several huge MMO’s getting our undivided attention. To start the magazine off we have a massive preview for Funcom’s first expansion for Age of Conan entitled ‘Rise of the Godslayer’. In which we take a look at the expansion’s new content and features, which look to add depth to the existing game. 

We’ve also got an in-depth review for Star Trek Online, the huge sci-fi MMO by Cryptic Studios, where captaining your own ship and boldly going where no one has ever gone before are key components of the game. But does this title live up to fans of the franchise expectations?

Plus there’s much more inside with first looks at Perpetuum Online, World of Tanks, Final Fantasy XI and Cities XL along with previews for both Mytheon and Love. There’s also a review for Global Agenda and re-review for Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning.

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.

GamerZines New Issues!

2010 is upon us and with it comes a new list of highly anticipated games to look forward to. This week we’ve released two new magazines for you to download for free and read, as we take a look at what’s coming up in the next few months for both Playstation 3 and MMO gamers.

P3Zine Issue 35

With Modern Warfare 2 the current king of online multiplayer gaming we take a look at one of the possible contender to try and rival Activision’s giant title in this issue, with a hands-on preview for Battlefield Bad Company 2. Plus we’ve managed to grab developers IO Interactive for a quick chat about their upcoming game, Kane & Lynch2: Dogs Day. There’s also meaty previews for Bioshock 2, Gran Turismo 5, Prison Break, Medal of Honour and Quantum Theory. 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.

MMOZine Issue 18

A new year of online gaming has arrived and with it plenty of new online games to look forward to, in this issue we take a look at Cryptic’s new sci-fi MMO, Star Trek Online, which is currently in beta. Plus there are other previews inside for Global Agenda and Allods Online. Along with full reviews for Darkfall Online and NeoSteam. 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.

Sony have released some new assets for God of War 3, with seven new screenshots being made available of Kratos which we’ve now placed on our site. Apparently Microsoft are in talks with ESPN with a view to bringing the huge sports channel to Xbox LIVE. Mark Gerhard the CEO of Jagex believes that free to play MMO’s aren’t getting enough attention in the gaming press. It has been revealed today that Activision could have bought Blizzard for £7million. And continuing with Activision the giant developers/publishers believe that their popular title DJ Hero was the highest grossing new IP of 2009. Finally we have a small beginners guide for the new space MMO Star Trek Online for you to check out on our site now.

SouthPeak Games have revealed that their crazy adventure game 3D Dot Game Heroes will be arriving in Europe this May. SCEA (Sony Computer Entertainment America) have announced that this December has been the best ever since the consoles launch in 2006, with record sales recorded. Anyone hoping to get their hands on the new Dragon Age DLC – Return To Ostagar will be disappointed as developers Bioware have had to pull the DLC due to technical issues with the content. New post-apocalyptic MMO Fallen Earth has had its second major update this week aimed at improving the games visuals and performance. We’ve got a quick preview for new MMO Star Trek Online up on our site now. And we take a look at whether Modern Warfare 2 has been the victim of its own success, due to recent criticisms of the game spreading all over the internet.

If anyone was hoping to see Snake appear on the big screen soon they will sadly be left disappointed as Sony and Konami can not reach an agreement over a potential Metal Gear movie. The developers of Age of Conan have revealed that they will soon be deleting low-level inactive characters so they can free up some space in their database. Star Trek Online has now started its open beta today for fans of the game to try it out. And we take some time out to look at the new post-apocoalyptic MMO Fallen Earth’s character creation. Plus we’ve also taken a quick look at the first few demonic bosses you’ll meet whilst playing through Dante’s Inferno.