Gamecca Magazine's third issue is now available

Johannesburg– 1 September 2009– Today, 1337 Media CC launched the third issue of Gamecca Magazine, South Africa's leading online video gaming publication, packed full of insightful reviews and exciting previews.

In this latest issue, they preview more than forty of the hottest games to be released in the last quarter of 2009, like 'Assassin's Creed2', 'Dead Space Extraction', 'Borderlands' and 'Guitar Hero 5'.

Not forgetting about reviews, they go in search of Nazis in 'Wolfenstein', fight off Cobra in 'G.I Joe', smack the ball around in 'Ashes Cricket 09' and create much-needed trade routes in 'Anno 1404'.

For the monthly dose of hardware, the SteelSeries Ikari Laser Gaming Mouse is put through it paces, together with the SteelSeries 7G Gaming Keyboard. The ASUS Radeon EAH4890 Graphics card and the ASUS Rampage II Extreme Motherboard have also been given the review treatment.

Available from today, and every first working day of each month, the free Gamecca Magazine can be found at www.gamecca.co.za, to entertain, thrill, inform and educate.

Go on...go get it now!

About Gamecca Magazine

Gamecca Magazine is designed to bring gaming to as many enthusiasts as possible, covering a wide variety of topics such as reviews, previews, features, columns and competitions.

Started as a labour of love in July 2009, Gamecca Magazine deals with products and issues specific to the local South Africa market, but international readers will find it equally informative.

Published online by 1337 Media CC, Gamecca Magazine is available for free on the first weekday of every month, and can be accessed through www.gamecca.co.za or http://www.facebook.com/gamecca


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