LONDON, UK 1ST MARCH 2013: Cranberry Publishing has announced that the second issue of the free-to-read digital magazine FirstLook is now live on GamerZines.com
The first issue of the multi-format magazine dedicated to previewing the biggest releases for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita, attracted over 250,000 impressions during the first four weeks of its launch and the second issue is set to be even more popular with top-tier releases such as SimCity, GRID 2, BioShock Infinite, WildStar, StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm and FUSE all covered with exclusive screenshots, interviews and other exciting content.
"For the second issue of FirstLook, we've adopted the incredible amount of feedback we received from debut issue and funnelled it into a much more well-rounded and reactive publication - with detailed analysis of Sony's big PlayStation 4 unveiling as well as Bungie's Destiny," said Andy Griffiths, editor of FirstLook magazine.
Inside FirstLook magazine there are direct links to PreOrder-IQ.com associated with every game featured, so it's possible for an individual to learn about and secure a copy of a product which they care about in just a few clicks. Additionally FirstLook Magazine can also be easily embedded on any website, be it a publisher's website, product blog, or a community forum.
FirstLook is still available as a downloadable .PDF every month via GamerZines.com and PreOrder-IQ.com, but the ability to view each issue in a browser means that readers can catch up on the latest issue via PC, tablet and phone without the need to download any additional software.
For more information about FirstLook Issue #2 please visit - http://www.gamerzines.com/firstlook/firstlook-issue-2.html
ABOUT Cranberry Publishing:
Cranberry Publishing was established in 2004 and was one of the first pioneers of digital-only magazine production, publishing over four hundred issues of their bespoke magazines PCGZine, MMOZine, PlayZine, 360Zine and PS3Zine and has produced dozens of dedicated product supplements for the likes of EA, THQ, Kalypso Media, NCSOFT and other games publishers. The company currently owns and operates the GamerZines.com domain as well as PreOrder-IQ.com.