GamerZines, the publishers of the free magazines for gamers, is pleased to announce that issue 7 of 360Zine is now available for download and features the most eagerly awaited two games of the decade: Halo 3 and GTA IV.
Halo 3 promises to complete the best selling games trilogy is style, and the recent beta has given gamers the chance to see for themselves some of what Bungie has in store. In a five page extravaganza of previews, fan feedback, multimedia and video, 360Zine delivers the most comprehensive roundup of what’s new.
“One of the great things about the GamerZines is that unlike standard games news websites, we’re not driven to deliver news instantly. We can take our time with a game and deliver a considered verdict, which is exactly what we’ve done with the Halo 3 beta,“ says Editorial Director, Dan Hutchinson.“It gave us time to appreciate the full balance of the new weapons and maps, as well as other gameplay elements, and we got to ask dedicated Halo fans what they made of it. Issue 7 is a must-read for gamers, and of course, the magazine is completely free so it’s a no brainer for Halo fans, especially when they see our competition to win a copy of Halo 3 Legendary Edition.”
As well as Halo 3, there’s also a quadruplet of quadrilogies in the issue with a catch up on Liberty City goings on for GTA IV fans, with the promise of a full new preview next issue and also Call of Duty 4, Project Gotham Racing 4 and Devil May Cry 4.
Reviews include Colin McRae DiRT, Forza Motorsport 2 and Shadowrun and the magazine has its usual Xbox Live Arcade and Community sections to finish off this packed issue.
360Zine is a GamerZine, published for free in PDF format. Readers simply require a copy of the free Adobe Reader (version 6 or above) to read the magazines. Each GamerZine includes more than 40 pages of professionally written games journalism and is enhanced with embedded video, multimedia and interactive elements.
360Zine issue 7 can be downloaded now from: http://www.gamerzines.com
For more information:
Cranberry Publishing Ltd
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David Taylor, Publishing Director