It was just like yesterday when we reported about the first issue of the free PS3 magazine called PS3Zine. Fast forward to the present, the magazine is now on its third issue and for something that wouldn't cost you a buck, it sure does pack a lot of gaming goodies.
In PS3Zine's Issue# 3, you would find a Colin McRae: DIRT hands-on preview and an exclusive interview with the game's producer, Codemaster's Alex Grimbley. The fun read doesn't stop there as this issue also includes:
* The Darkness preview
* Stuntman: Ignition preview
* Dark Sector preview
* PlayStation 2 reviews
* PlayStation 3 community section
Not bad for a free mag right? All you need to have to be able to read PS3Zine is a copy of Adobe Reader (version 6 or up).
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