Fourth issue of Gamecca Magazine is out now

Johannesburg– 6 October 2009 - The long wait may have seemed even longer this month, but the latest issue of Gamecca Magazine is finally out, and better than ever.

Published online by 1337 Media, it's crammed with over 20 reviews on the hottest titles, like Guitar Hero 5, Batman: Arkham Asylum, and Rock Band: The Beatles… let Gamecca help choose the right game for you.

Need for Speed fans can look forward to an interview with Slightly Mad Studio’s Stephen Viljoen. The South African played an important part in the development of Need for Speed: Shift.

On the columns front, Jimmy Glue ponders violence in games, Matthew Vice thinks that certain gamers are being too picky and Bryan Banfield explores the phenomenon of gamer whores.

Casting an eye onto the magic crystal ball, Gamecca previews some great titles scheduled for release in the future, like Lost Planet 2, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Brink and Dark Void.

Packed with over a 104 pages of gaming heaven, Gamecca Magazine is your essential monthly read. Oh yeah, and tell your friends about it, because they have some awesome prizes up for grabs.

About Gamecca Magazine

Gamecca Magazine is designed to bring gaming to as many enthusiasts as possible, covering a wide variety of topics such as reviews, previews, features, columns and competitions.

Started as a labour of love in July 2009, Gamecca Magazine deals with products and issues specific to thelocal South Africa market, but international readers will find it equally informative.

Published online by 1337 Media, Gamecca Magazine is available for free on the first weekday of every month, and can be accessed through or

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