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TypeVideo game magazine
FormatPaper Magazine
Owner(s)Sinan Akkol
PublisherSeti Publishing
EditorSerpil Ulutürk
FoundedSeptember 2007
HeadquartersIstanbul, Turkey

Oyungezer is a Turkish video game magazine published monthly.


Oyungezer was launched by the former editors of the Turkish edition of LeveL. The editors, after spending a month in recluse, announced the launch of the Oyungezer website and its subsequent forums.[citation needed] with the first issue released in November 2007.

It sold roughly 7,000 copies upon release, which was a record for a first-time issue of a gaming magazine.[1]


Oyungezer has five distinctive sections separated by content.

Special issues

Review system

In Oyungezer, one can score between 0.0 and 10.0. The highest score in the magazine was a 9.9 given to Grand Theft Auto IV by Tuğbek Ölek and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim by Umut Yanık in the November 2008 issue.

The magazine's lowest scores awarded were 1.0, for The Incredible Hulk and a 3.0 for Soldier of Fortune: Payback, both given by Kaan Alkın.

Other ventures

Oyungezer's parent company, SETİ Yapım ve Yayıncılık has expanded its operations since the inception of the magazine. A sister magazine to Oyungezer, Free-2-Play was released in 2009, focusing on free-to-play MMORPGs.

SETİ Yapım ve Yayıncılık has also undertaken the content management of TTNET Oyun, a digital video game distribution platform created by the leading internet service provider in Turkey, Türk Telekom. SETİ's other projects (all spearheaded by Oyungezer) include The Game, a gaming lobby at the Point Hotel Barbaros in Istanbul, METUTECH-ATOM, a video game development center placed inside the METU and the Electronic Sports League.[citation needed]