The PS3 Euro launch has definitely opened the floodgates to gamer's heaven with awesome titles and Blu-ray capabilities. But apart from this, there's also another PS3-related item headed your way, and that is the new PlayStation 3 magazine.
Yep, the P3Zine is backed by a team of UK professional video games journalists, and will feature previews, reviews, interviews and whatever else "views" you may have around that is significant to your gaming roots. There is also the all-enhanced video and multimedia right on the magazine pages.
For the first edition, here's what you'll find within the covers of P3Zine:
Resistance: Fall of Man
Ridge Racer 7
"well, all of them"
their top 20 must-have PS3 titles still coming this year
To get the first issue, as well as the following monthly issues, you just need to have an Adobe Reader 8 on your PC. Get going, then. Grab their debut issue by clicking on the download link below.
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