Molyneux guest edits 360 magazine

The best-value Xbox 360 magazine on the market just got better. Issue 72 of 360, which goes on sale 1 September, marks five successful years for the UK’s first Xbox 360 magazine. To commemorate this special occasion, Lionhead founder and Microsoft Game Studios Europe’s Creative Director Peter Molyneux is starring as its guest Editor.

Peter Molyneux is highly regarded in the videogames industry. He’s best known for creating Black&White, Populous and Theme Park on PC, and the Fable series on Xbox 360. His latest project, Fable III, is due out on 29 October 2010.

“To have someone of Peter Molyneux’s standing in the industry involved in this issue of 360 is very exciting.” Commented Editor in Chief Rick Porter,“Molyneux has made a huge contribution, in the form of comments on upcoming games, in-depth Q&As, and insight into his upcoming title Fable III, and I’d really like to thank him for his time. This will make for a very special issue for his many fans.”

360 magazine is the UK’s best-value games magazine. Its 132 pages are packed full of the hottest gaming news, reviews and previews. Every issue, readers can also look forward to well-written features, a dedicated Live section and honest verdicts on the Xbox 360 games that matter.

Issue 72 of 360 magazine goes on sale 1 September for£2.99. Buy your special edition copy from all good newsagents or online at

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