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You shoot, you score with free Official PES Fanzine

For immediate release

Pro Evolution Soccer 6 fans can now get the inside scoop on some hidden moves that will leave their mates baffled. The new issue of the Official PES6 Fanzine has been published with a Skills Masterclass that includes walkthroughs with included video on 8 special moves, not in the manual.

As with previous issues, the new PES6 Fanzine is published for free via the magazine portal. Readers just need a copy of Adobe Reader version 6 or above (also free download for the few who don't already have it!) and they can download and enjoy the professionally written and designed emagazine. There's not charge and no registration even required.

"We're delighted to have produced this latest issue of the Official PES6 Fanzine in time for Christmas," says Publishing Director, Dave Taylor. "Readers of this popular title will now be able to learn some new skills that will astound their mates. The fact that we can include the video together with walkthrough makes it easy for readers to understand what they're trying to do, so it's a perfect format for the Masterclass."

As well as the Skills Masterclass, this issue includes a look at the new handheld versions coming on Nintendo DS and Sony PSP, with animated screens for each. There's also a behind the scenes look at the making of the PES6 TV ad with John Terry, which includes the full international ad video with all the soccer stars for readers to watch, which was not shown in individual territories.

The Official PES6 Fanzine is published on behalf of Konami by, publishers of 360Zine and PCGZine, two other free magazines for gamers. Like ther other Gamerzines, the Official PES6 Fanzine offers professional magazine qualities enhanced with embedded video and multimedia.

The latest issue of the Official PES6 Fanzine can be downloaded from:

For more information:

Cranberry Publishing Ltd

The 401 Centre

302 Regent Street




David Taylor, Publishing Director

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