Johannesburg– 1 December 2009– Gamecca Magazine's last issue of the year is now available for your reading pleasure. Filled to the brim with educated reviews, exciting previews and an awesome competition, there is no reason why you shouldn't read it. It’s online, it’s free and it’s at www.gamecca.co.za
In the sixth issue, the crew take a good look at Assassin's Creed II, and also compare the current title with its predecessor in an informative and entertaining feature.
In the reviews department, they experience intense combat in Modern Warfare 2, try to keep head above water in Left 4 Dead 2, and go in search of some monsters and treasure in Dragon Age: Origins. Not only that, The review section is packed with 28 articles, each giving a unique insight into the titles.
Casting an eye onto the future, they take a trip to hell with Dante's Inferno, survive as a wanted man in Splinter Cell: Conviction and try dominate Europe with Napoleon: Total War in the preview section.
Expressing their own, unique opinions, Jimmy Glue thinks he found the cure for verbal abuse, Matthew Vice has no patience for inpatient gamers, and Bryan Banfield questions why we actually play games.
Continuing with their monthly 'Beginners Guide To Gaming' feature, the PS3 controller is put under the microscope, and editor Walt Pretorius explores the origins and future of the internet lexicon.
With so much on offer, there is no reason why Gamecca Magazine shouldn’t be part of your monthly gaming experience..
About Gamecca Magazine
Gamecca Magazine is designed to bring gaming to as many enthusiasts as possible, covering a wide variety of topics like 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.