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Open your eyes and lend us your ears, as this issue of MMOZine is all about sights and sounds, as well as long words and pretty pictures. This month we have insights from our latest experiences with The Secret World, put Auto Club Revolution through its paces and discover why TERA is the kind of MMORPG that just doesn’t make its way to market any more. We also have an interview with industry legend Carrie Gouskos as she tells us how BioWare Mythic plan to share their love of Warhammer with absolutely everyone. An odd mix to be sure, but a compelling one nonetheless.

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Take a peak inside MMOZine this month and you’ll see an altogether shinier design than you’re used to, but worry not as we’re still covering the best online experiences to be had on PC and consoles, with Dust 514, Command and Conquer: Tiberium Alliances, Guild Wars 2 and the extraordinarily ambitious MMORPG TERA all featuring in what is a bumper issue. We also pack in an interesting chat with Star Wars: The Old Republic’s lead designer and put Tribes: Ascend through its paces. Don’t delay, download this issue today!

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MMOZine Issue 33

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Petroglyph Games new MMO-RTS, End of Nations has our full attention inside this month’s issue, as we have a full and in-depth-preview of the game along with an exclusive interview with the Executive Producer. Plus we check out WildStar, the exciting new MMO that promises big things from publishers NCsoft. We also preview TERA and World of Warcraft’s 4.3 as well as review Might & Magic: Heroes Kingdoms. So, what are you waiting for? Download issue 33 now!

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MMOZine Issue 30

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Excited about Star Wars: The Old Republic? Well, we sure are, especially now as the new sci-fi MMO is only months away from release. As that day draws ever closer we bring you all the latest news about Bioware’s new title inside this issue of MMOZine. We have a full preview of the game, as well as an exclusive interview with one of the game’s lead designers. However, if you’re not too fussed about The Old Republic then not to worry as we also have previews for Runes of Magic’s latest chapter and World of Warcraft’s – Rage of the Firelands. So pull up a chair, get comfy and enjoy issue 30 now.

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PCGZine Issue 54

PCGZine Issue 54

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Want to know what it’s like to have played Star Wars: The Old Republic for the best part of a day? Get PCGZine now then, because inside this month’s issue we managed to get a play test with the Bounty Hunter class for a whopping 19 hours! And if you after even more SW: TOR news, then don’t miss our exclusive interview with the game’s Lead Writer. If that’s not your cup of tea, then fear not as we’ve also got reviews for both Splash Damage’s first-person shooter Brink and Volition’s third-person action game, Red Faction: Armageddon. To begin reading all this and much, much more just download issue 54 now.

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MMOZine Issue 22

MMOZine Issue 22

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The cops and robbers MMO APB is finally live and we’ve managed to grab an exclusive chat with the games publishers EA, who spill the beans on their exciting new release in this months issue. Plus we’ve also got an in-depth preview for the new superhero MMO DC Universe Online, the game in which you can base your own avatar on one of the many famous DC hero/villains. And there’s plenty more packed inside with reviews for World of Warcraft 3.3.5, the last patch before the highly anticipated release of Cataclysm and Global Agenda’s new expansion entitled Sandstorm, which looks to improve some of the key features and expand the games borders.

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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.

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