In a recent survey conducted by GamesIndustry.biz it has been revealed that 10,1000 industry professionals believe the Wii will do Worse than the iPhone this year. Capcom’s new fighter Tatsunoko vs Capcom Ultimate All-Stars will apparently feature a small mini shooting game for Wii owners to enjoy. The senior vice president of EA believes that boxed products will remain important for another 20 years, even as the rising trend in digital distribution increases. We have a hands-on preview for the first hours play of Raptures upcoming BioShock 2, where you can read our first thoughts about the game. There’s also a new review up on our site for Army Of Two The 40th Day, which is out this week. Plus you can find out what our top 10 Video Game Openings of 2009 were and view each intro in full.

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You can download the new issue of PCGZine for free. And inside this issue we have a hands-on preview for R.U.S.E, the new World War II game by Ubisoft that is revolutionising its genre with its incredible new gameplay features. This strategy game will have you thinking up your best tactics to defeat the enemy and by any means necessary with bluffing and deception key components in out smarting your foe. Not due out until early next year we give you our initial thoughts and first impressions of this highly anticipated title.

Plus we have an interview with Creative Assembly the developers behind the new game, Napoleon: Total War, which is due out next March. In which we discuss the main features of the game, what new improvements its set to include and why they decided to base a game around the legendary French general.

In the rest of the issue we cover Divinity 2 and Love in our first looks section, Mass Effect 2, Just Cause 2 and Star Wars: The Old Republic are all previewed inside. We have full reviews for Valves huge zombie bashing sequel – Left 4 Dead 2, Developers Pandemics last ever game – The Saboteur, new racing game – Colin McRae DiRT 2, online space shooter – Shattered Horizon and the new movie licensed game – Avatar. There’s also a chance to win one of 20 classic games by entering our exclusive competition inside in which we partner with Good Old Games.

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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.

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Exclusive Assassin's Creed II Review

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You can download the new issue of P3Zine for free. And for Playstation 3 owners it’s probably one of the biggest issues of the year as we review and rate some of the most highly anticipated games released this winter. Beginning with the most eagerly sought after sequel, Assassins Creed II. Its been well document that Ubisoft have worked on correcting all the flaws that blighted the original game to deliver a more entertaining experience. The time has come for us to see if all their hard work has paid off, find out what we gave this game in the full review by downloading the issue now!

We also have another exclusive inside with an in-depth interview with famed developers Insomniac Games. In-which we discuss a range of topics through out the massive 6 page spread, such as Resistance 3, upcoming downloadable content, their thoughts on digital distribution, information on the latest Ratchet and Clank game, and also what new IP’s the companies currently working on at the moment.

There’s also a review for the new RPG epic, Dragon Age: Origins. This new story is truly gigantic and will take some time to work your way through without missing anything and as this game is made by the same developers who created Mass Effect, expect some engaging plotlines and mature content along the way. You can find out more about this very brutal and bloody game in our full review.

But that’s not all as we have other reviews for the impressive looking DJ Hero and the latest instalment from the popular beat-em-up franchise Tekken. there’s also a hands-on preview for the open world game The Saboteur as well as first looks at Just Cause 2, Brink and Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing.

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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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Lord of The Rings OnlineMicrosoft have moved to clear up comments by Steve Ballmer yesterday about the Blu-Ray drive, stating that the Xbox 360 won’t be getting any Blu-Ray Add-ons. We have the second part of our exclusive interview for The Saboteur on the site, as we continue talking to Pandemics Lead Designer Tom French about the World War II game. Jeffrey Steele the executive producer for The Lord of the Ring’s Online believes that the skirmish mode in the game will be the best way of recreating the famous battles from the story. And you can read more from Mr Steele in the third and last part of our exclusive interview with him, in which we talk about what fans can expect from the next expansion.

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You can download the new issue of PCGZine for free. Inside we take  a look at Dragon Age: Origins, the eagerly anticipated RPG by renowned developers BioWare. This new adventure will see you play as one of the elite members of the Grey Wardens, whose task is to defeat the dark spawn, and usually in a brutal and bloody way! In this issue we have a hands-on preview of the game along with an exclusive developer interview for you to enjoy!

We also have a hands-on preview for the new action-adventure game by developers Pandemic,  in which you take the fight to the Nazis during the second World War in Paris. The main Protagonist Sean devlin has a variety of tricks up his sleeves to go about dealing with Hitler’s men, and as this is an open world game you have license to roam around Paris at your leisure, causing mayhem wherever you choose to go, which is always good fun.

Plus we have a first look at Castle of Heroes, and a preview for Race On. And full reviews for the new war simulation game Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, which looks to bring the most realistic military combat experience to your screens, Aion the popular fantasy MMO which lets you take to the sky’s with your huge angle like wings, and Tropico 3 the latest instalment of the island sandbox game.

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