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If we can steal you away from Guild Wars 2 for a few minutes, you might want to know what’s in this issue of MMOZine. We take the Sylvari class for a spin, interview Gameforge to find out what RaiderZ is all about and we give our definitive thoughts on why The Secret World might just be the most innovative MMORPG of the year. Oh and before we forget, there’s also a great feature discussing how Need For Speed World bounced back from potential disaster. Give us a read – then you can go back to more public questing.

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E3 2012. Despite the biggest event on the gaming calendar usually being associated with retail rather than online gaming, there was a truckload of new games, news and content confirmed at this year’s big event and we’ve detailed it all in this special issue of MMOZine, but that’s not all. We also take a look at the latest update to hit Runes of Magic, put The Secret World’s end-game through its paces, take F1 Online for a spin and find out whether the colourful MOBA Super Monday Night Combat is worth spending time with.

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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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If you’ve wanted to find out more about Funcom’s upcoming MMORPG, The Secret World then you’ve come to the right place as inside we have an exclusive interview with the games Lead Content Designer Joel Bylos, plus we have an extensive preview of the game that you definitely won’t want to miss. And it’s not just The Secret World that gets previewed this month, oh no. Guild Wars 2, Salem, Line of Defense, End of Nations and Lime Odyssey all get featured inside as well. So what are you waiting for? Download issue 37 now.

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MMOZine Issue 32

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Fans of the Guild Wars MMO will be sure to want to check this month’s issue of MMOZine out, as inside we have an exclusive interview with Jeff Grubbs the author at ArenaNet about the upcoming sequel and its story, plus we have a hands-on preview of the game that you won’t want to miss! Also inside is an exclusive interview with Runes of Magic Producer, Mandy Blumenthal, and reviews for APB Reloaded, Final Fantasy XIV and Ragnarok Online. And all you have to do to start reading this and even more MMO news is download issue 32 here. Enjoy!

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MMOZine Issue 27

MMOZine Issue 27

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Fallen Earth is the new post-apocalyptic MMO that tests your survival skills in the harsh and unforgiving wastelands, and inside we review and rate this new MMO plus speak to the games Senior Games Designer Marie Croall. But that’s not all as we also have first looks at The Secret World and Magic the Gathering: Tactics, along with an in-depth preview for the highly anticipated Star Wars: The old Republic. And to finish it all off we have a special World of Warcraft feature that takes a look at the massive franchise’s history. So, what are you waiting for? Download Issue 27 now!

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Crysis LiveAnd its a bumper news round-up today as it includes all the news from yesterday as well. We begin with the news that executive producer Gavin Raeburn has decided to leave developers Codemasters after several successful years there producing some popular rally driving games. The Old Republic Beta registration is available again, after the website had to be taken down due to overwhelming interest from fans of the new MMO. Sony’s new hand-held console the PSPgo has gone on sale today worldwide, which you can buy for £224.99. If you a fan of the Band Hero game then you’ll pleased to know that there are new improved instruments on the way, which will be available to buy in November.

Ever fancied wearing that famous Crysis nanosuit? Well if you go to the Nottingham’s GameCity event you’ll apparently be able to just that, as they create a live-action game for players to enjoy. We find out if Funcom’s new MMO The Secret World is still in production after a trading statement revealed development staff in Oslo were being laid off. It’s official developers Sports Interactive have the most scouts in football, as they try to get the most detailed database of players in their Football Manager series. And you can read more about the latest instalment of Football Manager in the first part of our are exclusive interview with Studio Director Miles Jacobson, and we also now have the 2nd part up as well. And lastly lead developer Tim Schafer believes Activision ‘never’ had a case against them after the huge developers/publishers tried to block the release of Brutal Legend.