Yes, it's our biannual blog (sorry about that, been incred-o-busy), but we want to draw your attention to the latest issue of PSM3. We've got an exclusive review of Soulcalibur V - the first decent PS3 game of 2012 - plus an all-new hands-on with Mass Effect 3 direct from BioWare's HQ. We take a closer look at MG Rising: Revengeance, dish up 20 new PS3 tech secrets and expose 12 pages of secret, or just plain beautiful, Skyrim locations. Don't take our word for it - take a peek at the mag below...
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