Springfield, MO, January 03, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Online gamers devoted to such titles as World of Warcraft™, Everquest II™, Age of Conan™, and other massively multiplayer online role playing games (MMORPGs) now have a thoroughly unique and exhaustive gaming magazine at their disposal.
P.u.G. MMO Magazine is designed for the MMORPG gamer 21 years old and older, for individuals looking for more than just forum posts and amateur game-play videos. The magazine will provide expertly written game reviews and articles focusing on gaming peripherals, UI mods, and the like. Matched with this is a mix of perspectives about issues affecting game play – gaming and family life, the single gamer, gaming and a career.
In its full-color virtual format (hosted by leading digital publishing platform Issuu), P.u.G. MMO Magazine will be free to read online, and to download as a PDF. MagCloud, a beta project of HP, will provide custom, print-on-demand hard copies of P.u.G. MMO Magazine for those who want to purchase an issue.
“The average MMORPG player is approximately 26 years old, works full time, is most likely married, and may have children” Joshua Yates, editor-in-chief, said. “Yet most resources for MMORPG gamers are directed to those less than 21 years old, and assume players have none of these responsibilities. We felt it was time to provide focused content for adult MMORPG players.”
Blank Page, LLC, headquartered in Missouri, is the parent company of P.u.G. MMO Magazine. Along with this new title, Blank Page, LLC, also publishes the popular women’s health niche publication, PCOS Magazine. Later this winter, Blank Page, LLC, will also debut RLWLD, a digital publication devoted to recent college and high school graduates.
For more information about P.u.G. MMO Magazine or Blank Page, LLC, visit http://www.pugmmomagazine.com and http://www.blankpagellc.com.
About P.u.G. MMO Magazine: P.u.G. MMO Magazine is devoted strictly to the MMORPG market and its companion hardware and software. Each full-color issue covers the latest MMORPG games, both digitally downloaded and from the box. Computers, peripheral hardware, and companion software are also reviewed and discussed. Reviews are provided with a three-tiered focus – first, with the new players in mind, then the intermediate, and finally the advanced, or elite, players. More than just the first five levels are covered in our reviews. Players of massively multiplayer online role playing games are certain to find what they are seeking in each issue. On-the-scene reports cover the latest MMORPG conventions and interviews with the developers and keep gamers in touch with the industry.