PowerStation get reviews makeover

28 October 2009

PowerStation, the UK’s only multiformat videogames tips magazine has been redesigned to offer readers 20 pages of in-depth PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 reviews to sit alongside its staggering assortment of full game guides– all at the new price point of£2.89.

Launched in 1996 to coincide with the early success of the Sony PlayStation, PowerStation has brought its readers unrivalled assistance in completing the very best games around to produce full guides featuring in-depth level walkthroughs and detailed maps. Now the magazine has made a bold move to become the definitive one-stop publication with the inclusion of full reviews for the latest PS3 and Xbox 360 games.

Ryan Butt, Editor of PowerStation commented,“I’m very excited about this development for the magazine. PowerStation has long been synonymous with hints and tips, but now we want to offer our readers more by providing detailed reviews for the latest games that sit alongside the full guides. As we here at PowerStation are used to fully completing every game we cover in the magazine, we are in a strong position of being the only magazine to be able to judge the game from start to finish and provide the most rounded critiques available– and all at a fraction of the cost of more conventional reviews magazines.”

Nick Jones, Editor in Chief said,“With this redesign we’ll be offering our readers unbeatable value for money, and with our skilled and dedicated team it’s something that no other PlayStation magazine or PlayStation magazine publisher can offer.”

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