|Video game magazine
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. 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.
Oyungezer has five distinctive sections separated by content.
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.
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.