GameHeadz the Digital Magazine Releases Their Last Issue for 2011 – ‘The Reveal’

Zinio Publishing and GameHeadz the magazine are proud to announce the release of the last issue launching in 2011. The GameHeadz are bringing you the biggest news, reviews, and previews to closeout another great year in gaming.

This issue is simply titled, ‘The Reveal’. Featuring coverage on three of the biggest reveals in 2011, this end of the year wrap up shouldn’t be missed.

In 2011 we saw some of the biggest titles release to record breaking reviews. It was also a year that had more Triple-A titles launch then almost any other year during this generation.  Most of all, 2011 has been a year filled with some amazing reveals. From Max Payne 3 to Halo 4, 2011 has set a tone for 2012 that should have everyone sitting on the edge of their sets, waiting to see what gaming will be like just before the end of the world (Just ask the Mayans).

“ In our last issue of the year, The Reveal, we cover all the biggest reveals that have taken place in 2011. We’re covering Max Payne 3, Halo 4, and the biggest, which has graced the cover of our magazine, Grand Theft Auto V.  If we had to pick a cover story for this issue, it would have to be the entire ‘Reveal’ section.  The three major titles are an excellent tease for what next year will be like for the gaming industry, while the tidbits in-between will keep the anticipation of gamers running even higher.” Daniel Brown – Editor, GameHeadz the magazine.


This issue of GameHeadz has been loaded with more reviews than any other. Fans should particularly enjoy the Batman Arkham City review; as they will take a detailed journey through the villains thwarting the Dark Knights attempt at saving Arkham.

“We look forward to everyone enjoying this issue and the many issues to come over the next year. As we wish gamers around the world happy holidays, we’d also like to reminder you not to forget to - Get Your Head In The Game, Because Ours Always is.” – The GameHeadz staff

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