You favorite pirate magazine is back for another edition – Issue 39 of the The Game Scene Charts (TGSC) was pre’d on the 22nd of February 2010 (due to our own ignorance, this post again got delayed by a couple of weeks). This is the first TGSC issue for year 2010 and as the editorial says, it’s a fresh new start and a new year of rankings. If you are hearing about this magazine for the first time, TGSC is a publication that ranks and rates PC game release groups in the warez scene. Groups gain points based on the type of protection they have to crack, number of non nuked releases they pre and so on. Like most scene releases, TGSC is made by sceners and its targeted readership is other scene members. However as it usually happens TGSC too leaks onto P2P :p.


Speaking of Issue 39, this edition covers cracked PC games released on the month of January 2010. This month’s winner was FASiSO followed by RELOADED and PROPHET. Legendary Razro1911 (which is probably the oldest surviving PC game release group today) came up forth while DOX release group BreWerS took the fifth position. For a detailed analysis, points and overall standings, download and read the magazine :p


[Click Here] to download Game Scene Charts Issue 39 from Mediafire.

Note: You do not need additional software to read TGSC. It’s a coded magazine with it’s own rending engine. Everything you need to run the magazine is self contained in a single executable file.

You may download older TGSC editions from our Scene section.


  1. Anonymous // 3/11/2010 06:07:00 PM  

    When you stop talking shit like this - due to our own ignorance, this post again got delayed by a couple of weeks ?
    You just leeched this from defacto.

  2. Anonymous // 3/11/2010 06:11:00 PM  

    You cant post this earlier cause you just cant get it.
    Yesterday it was upped to defacto and oops you post it here. Like all previous times.

  3. TEAM FILEnetworks // 3/11/2010 06:29:00 PM  

    Check all of our previous post dates and compare with defacto's.

    Btw when we got something from defacto we've always linked to it,
    such as this:

    FYI this was even available on some 0day trackers before defacto. We could have leeched from them then.

  4. Anonymous // 3/11/2010 07:55:00 PM  

    "Check all of our previous post dates and compare with defacto's."

    already done it

    (FN)The Game Scene Charts Issue 39 about 2 hours ago via twitterfeed

    (De)The Game Scene Chart 39
    1:43 AM Mar 10th via twitterfeed

    (FN)Game Scene Charts Issue 38
    8:33 AM Jan 26th via twitterfeed

    (De)The Game Scene Chart 38
    4:07 PM Jan 25th via twitterfeed

    (FN)The Game Scene Charts (TGSC) : Issue 37
    5:30 PM Dec 30th, 2009 via twitterfeed
    (De)The Game Scene Chart 37
    7:16 PM Dec 29th, 2009 via twitterfeed

    Shall i continue?

    Also it's not available at any top tracker for now (screenshot or link to torrent will be awesome proof).

    If you have your source why then you also miss 35 issue?

    Just give the link to site where you get it and youll see 35 issue on defacto in a days.

  5. Anonymous // 3/11/2010 08:20:00 PM  

    Новосибирская школота впаривает валенки.

  6. TEAM FILEnetworks // 3/11/2010 11:05:00 PM  

    Comparing TwitterFeed entries? Way to go. Those are sometimes days off than actual post time. For example TGSC issue 39 update was posted over 8 hours before the time reported by twitterfeed. It goes through multiple delays as the update traverses through blogger, feedburner, twitterfeed service and finally twitter.

    Actual post times may be found in :

    (our times are +5.30 GMT so take that into account too if you care about these so much )

    Just to prove you wrong:
    FN - "The Game Scene Charts : Issues 32, 33 & 34 (June/July/August 2009 Editions)"
    Tuesday, October 06, 2009 12:36 AM

    DE - The Game Scene Chart 34: New magazine issue:The Game Scene Chart 34 4:21 PM Oct 23rd, 2009 via twitterfeed

    Anyways i get what you are trying to say - Even if Defacto beat us to all those releases, it doesnt mean (or prove) we 'stole' it from them. It's a great site but it sure as hell is not the only source on the web that indexes TGSC. And if we got it from them, we'd definitely mention the source as we have done earlier.

    FYI Issue 35:
    (not sure if the links are live now)

    P.S. - Not available on any top trackers? You obviously are looking in the wrong places then. Out of the few 0day sites i looked, more than 4 had them - didnt check if they have all issues though. SCC, GFT, TV, TBTP,...

  7. Ron // 3/12/2010 05:14:00 AM  


    Who cares get over it...

  8. Triad_470 // 3/13/2010 08:50:00 PM  

    lol spiker is talking cock i once downloaded TGSC from GFT which had 0sec pre time. So can i assume Defacto gets their shit from GFT?