MARCH 8 th 2012, LONDON, UK: Cranberry Publishing today announced the relaunch of 360Zine, the world’s number one digital Xbox 360 magazine, and GamerZines.com, a redesigned portal whereby readers can download the publisher’s entire range of digital magazines.
360Zine has been redesigned from the ground up, introducing a new stylish, contemporary design and a wealth of new and innovative interactive content that allows readers to interact with the magazine in more ways than ever before.
Interactive features now allow readers to discover hidden facts on the titles they’re reading about by rolling over hot spots on the page, while video has now been combined with editorial to offer readers a rich multimedia experience that transcends the capabilities of equivalent print magazines.
Additional social networking features also allow readers to interact directly with the magazine and its staff, letting them share and comment on articles in the magazine with the click of a button.
“It’s an exciting time for digital magazines,” said 360Zine’s editor David Scammell, “and with the relaunch of 360Zine, we are consolidating our position as one of the world’s most popular digital games publications.”
360Zine is available to download and subscribe to for free from http://www.gamerzines.com. An iPad/iPhone version of the magazine is also available via the App Store.
GamerZines.com has also been completely overhauled, with optimised navigation that makes it easier than ever for readers to download the latest issues of 360Zine, P3Zine, PCGZine, MMOZine and limited-run bonus magazines.
The site also aims to deliver the latest breaking news and content on the hottest new releases.
360Zine is the first magazine in Cranberry Publishing’s catalogue of digital publications to launch in the new format. P3Zine, Cranberry Publishing’s digital PlayStation 3 magazine, will also relaunch in the new format with Issue 61, available from March 22 nd, followed by PCGZine and MMOZine.
For more information regarding 360Zine’s relaunch or to offer us your feedback, please contact 360Zine’s editor David Scammell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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