The summer drought is over. Metaphorically, of course. Since while it's rained almost every day during the interminably chilly glumfest that passes for the British summertime, there's very definitely been a 'drought' of PS3 games worth buying - Deus Ex being the recent, spectacular, exception. The good news is that from today - and every subsequent Friday in September - there's lots of great new PS3 games vying for your attention (plus a few high profile clangers) and we dissect them all on the new PSM3 podcast, including Driver San Francisco, Bodycount, Dead Island, Resistance 3, ICO/SOTC HD and FIFA12. Click now to stop yourself wasting valuable coins on inexcusable duffers...
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An all-new look! - Don't miss the redesigned new issue of PSM3. We've cut out all the nonsense to deliver nothing but 'Smarter PlayStation Gaming'.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - Six fresh perspectives on the world's biggest game, including amazing insight from a recovering COD addict who once played online for eight non-stop days out of a possible 14. Yes.
FIFA 12 - We spend 24 hours - give or take a sleep - with EA's latest to see if it matches their bold promises.
Martin Edmondson interview - The creator of the Driver series exclusively reveals the troubled series' highs, lows and amazing rebirth
Plus, all the latest on Rage, Batman Arkham City, BioShock Infinite, Resistance 3 and more.
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