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Faragher Jones launch V-Gamer: Guide to Nintendo Wii

A new magazine to accompany the launch of Nintendo's revolutionary Wii video games console is hitting newsstands on 10 November, priced just £2.99

V-Gamer Guide to Nintendo Wii is a fun and vibrant companion to the Wii games console. The magazine introduces the Wii, explains how it works and reviews all the launch games plus the most exciting games coming soon.

Published by Faragher Jones, the magazine has been designed and written by a team of experienced industry veterans whose careers take in Future and Higbury and whose CVs date back to Amiga Power and Amiga Format magazines. Faragher Jones also publish customer magazines for independent games retailers CHIPS and ePlay.

The magazine will be distributed to one hundred per cent of WH Smith, WH Smith Travel, Virgin and HMV stores. 5,000 are going abroad on export and another 6,000 will be available from independent retailers CHIPS and ePlay. Marketing spend at WH Smith will ensure prominent positioning in all its stores. The magazine will be on sale for three months.

Publisher Steve Faragher said: "It's great to be back on the news stand with a wonderful magazine celebrating every aspect of this phenomenal console.

"We're very proud of the high editorial standards we have at Faragher Jones and are confident that our magazine will amaze, amuse and entertain."

Editor Steve Bradley said: "The team has produced an enthusiastic, dynamic, colourful and accessible magazine - one that reflects the excitement surrounding the launch of the Wii."

For further information on stocking or editorial, call Steve Faragher on 01225 319799 or email For advertising enquiries contact Alison Gill at Allulla on 0800 783 4367 or email

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