If you haven’t still downloaded it, here’s TGSC Issue 40. The February 2010 issue of this pirate magazine was released on the 21st of March 2010, a month after issue #39 was pre’d. Amidst a new set of challenges (such as UBISoft’s new DRM), the gaming scene continues to release PC games (which ultimately leak to non scene members and end up in the hand’s of regular pirates on P2P networks). If you are one of our newer readers, TGSC is a scene magazine (chartmagazine) that rates and ranks groups in the gaming scene based on their ‘cracking’ performance. Rankings in issue #40 are based on scene releases for the month of February 2010 (not March).


Speaking of the latest monthly rankings, SKIDROW tops the charts with 66 pts while RELOADED follows with 48 pts. Just recently, these two groups were locked in a NukeWar over the PROPER of Just Cause 2. Anyways Bamboocha and GENESiS managed to grab 3rd and 4rd positions respectively. It was also interesting to see ViTALiTY crawling up the rankings to grab the 5th spot but a popular release has been long overdue from them (they’ve even been releasing several unprotected budget games recently).


You can download the full magazine to your hard drive and read at leisure.

[Click Here] to download Game Scene Charts Issue 40 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. Yampeador // 4/04/2010 08:57:00 PM  

    All TGSCs can be found heare:

  2. Anonymous // 4/04/2010 11:17:00 PM  
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  3. Pipp // 4/05/2010 12:28:00 AM  

    Isn't this working on x64?

  4. Pipp // 4/05/2010 02:48:00 AM  

    I really want to read this, It crashes at startup

  5. Charles // 5/06/2010 09:35:00 PM  

    The Game Scene Charts Issue 41 March 2010 Edition



    not on Defacto, please upload this TGSC

  6. John Tracker // 12/20/2012 01:13:00 PM