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“I'm on the Game”

published 03/08/2004

Get all the latest info on the newest games

A cynic would call the whole magazine an advert

What is the point of a PC games magazine, it all depends on your point of view. If you are fanatical about games and have to know all the information on a new game as soon as it is available then this is the place to find it. Looking at it from the opposite perspective then it could be seen as a...

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By its own admission, PC Gamer is Britain’s best selling PC games magazine and its easy to see why. At £4.99 it may seem a little expensive, but there are always 1 or 2 Cds on the front cover which are packed with the latest game demos as well as being plenty of reviews and useful...

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“PC Gamer has to be the best”

published 15/05/2001

Well written articles with good presentation

Some articles seem opinionated

PC Gamer has to be the cream of the crop when it comes to PC gaming magazines. It consistently delivers up to the minute reviews and its In Development section I find particularly useful as it enables me to decide what to spend my hard earned pennies on. There are several core units to this...

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“Gaming Mags at their best”

published 05/10/2001

Great reviews, Funny

Expensive, Small hardware section

PC Gamer is my favourite magazine. It is monthly and costs £4.99, which is a lot for a magazine, but I think it is big with lots of reading time. It is very informative with lengthy reviews of up to 6 pages for good games. It normally has about 30 pages of reviews with about 20 games reviewed in...

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Excellent

“I'm game”

published 02/10/2001

well written, informative, packed with goodies

may be a little expensive, mostly for experienced ...

Computer games. They're fun aren't they? You can plant your bum on a chair in front of a screen, and transport yourself away from this big bad world into....well, bigger and badder worlds. But you get to do something about it. You're the hero. What you do makes a difference. Fantastic. So, in a...

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“The must have gamer mag!”

published 16/10/2008

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Buying issues individually can be expensive

Whilst I do play quite a lot of games, I wouldn't really describe myself as a hard core gamer and ordinarily wouldn't read any gaming magazines, preferring instead just to look on websites if I want to read a review on a game. My boyfriend, on the other hand is an avid reader of PC Gamer and I...

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Not for me

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They're a bunch of sellouts

This magazine, in a word, blows. They are the epitome of a magazine that will say/do anything for cash. ("SELL OUT! With PC Gamer To-day!") When Outpost first came out, these guys gave it a sterling review, an Editor's Choice, I believe, yet 3 years later, when PC Gamer makes its list of the 10...

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“PC Gamer Best Mag Ever”

published 17/08/2001

Cover CD, reviews, previews

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PC Gamer is Britians best selling PC Games magazine (well thats what they say) and I'm not surprised why it's the best selling mag because IT'S GREAT! Each month you get a great mag with 2 CD's full of the latest game demos and patches. Which is worth the £4.99 alone! The mag it's self is always...

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“Not for Older Gamers”

published 28/10/2000

good at times - good cover cd

dear

Pc Gamer to be fair is a very high quality gaming magazine. There is around 180 pages in each issue (13 per year), features include previews of new games, updates on the development of others and of course reviews of games. Readers letters gets a good sized share of the magazine - 4 full pages...

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“PC Gamer”

published 24/02/2008

High quality reviews, large demo disc and good des...

Its a tad expensive

I have read PC Gamer almost every month for the past few years and i have to say that it is one of the best PC gaming magazines out there, if not THE best. The magazine gives balanced opinions on all the latest games and games related stories, however with increased internet access it is just as...

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“We love us”

published 03/01/2001

Quality look and feel, consistent

Expensive, no integrity, self-important

Imagine going down the pub and meeting a bloke, well-dressed, intellient and fairly entertaining. You hang around him for a while get to know him over the course of a few pints and consider him a likeable fellow. Thing is, as you soon find out, he too thinks highly of himself. So highly in fact...

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“better than all the rest”

published 25/03/2001

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No wonder this game was announced "Best PC magazine". Ever wonderd where any one found out about new games? The answer is right here! I mean in PC gamer! Each month this magazine comes out and make millions of kids world wide start to save there pocket money for some of the pc games reviewed in...

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“A good exuberhant magazine”

published 29/11/2000

A very good magazine

Tries to be a little to funny and then becomes nau...

The thing that first attracted me to this magazine is the fact that there is so much inside the actual magazine. In ever single issue there is always atleast 100 pages and this is much more than my other favourite magazine, PC Gaming Wolrd, has in even their special editions. I like the reviews...

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“A magazine for 'PC GAMERS'”

published 15/07/2001

Good quality

Price

PC Gamer is a quality PC gaming magazine for the dedicated gamer. This magazine is published by Future publishings and cost £4.99 from most good newsagents. So why is it such a good magazine? The magazine provides a high amount of good quality reviews of all the current games giving them all a...

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“Grrrrreat!”

published 26/09/2000

Great magazine with great reviews.

Demo discs aren't always great.

I don't under stand why this isn't in the magazine section anyway? Ah well. PC Gamer is by far the best magazine you can get for games on the PC. Simple as that. The reviews are great and good fun to read, with some of the finest reviewers that ever graced the surface of Earth working for them...

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