Get into gaming by getting Playd

Get PlaydWhat is it with television shows and publications removing the E’s from their words to make themselves hip? There’s Punk’d, and… and… actually, that’s pretty much it.

Playd Magazine is another piece of media out there with a missing vowel, but unlike Punk’d, it’s got the power to make you think. It’s a e-zine that covers the many different branches of gaming, with news, interviews and articles to get you in the mood to play. With their fourth issue, they want you to remember the now-defunct (but not necessarily dead) console: the Sega Dreamcast.

In addition to their Sega Dreamcast retrospective, they’ve also come up with previews for some upcoming multiplatform games such as Sonic the Hedgehog and Army of Two and the Wii Sports which is headed for Nintendo’s next-gen console. There’s even a special on Akihabara, which is Japan‘s well-known tech district and haven for all otaku refugees.

Their mag is in PDF format, so you can view it on any computer that reads Adobe‘s format. Of course, if you’ve got yourself a tweak of some sort for your PSP, then you could also try seeing it there. They come out with a new issue every two months, so you’ve got time before the next one comes out. Just head on over to their site and enjoy!

Get PlaydWhat is it with television shows and publications removing the E’s from their words to make themselves hip? There’s Punk’d, and… and… actually, that’s pretty much it.

Playd Magazine is another piece of media out there with a missing vowel, but unlike Punk’d, it’s got the power to make you think. It’s a e-zine that covers the many different branches of gaming, with news, interviews and articles to get you in the mood to play. With their fourth issue, they want you to remember the now-defunct (but not necessarily dead) console: the Sega Dreamcast.

In addition to their Sega Dreamcast retrospective, they’ve also come up with previews for some upcoming multiplatform games such as Sonic the Hedgehog and Army of Two and the Wii Sports which is headed for Nintendo’s next-gen console. There’s even a special on Akihabara, which is Japan‘s well-known tech district and haven for all otaku refugees.

Their mag is in PDF format, so you can view it on any computer that reads Adobe‘s format. Of course, if you’ve got yourself a tweak of some sort for your PSP, then you could also try seeing it there. They come out with a new issue every two months, so you’ve got time before the next one comes out. Just head on over to their site and enjoy!

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