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Next Generation Magazine
Next Generation Magazine
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32
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45,374
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by Future Publishing
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Next Generation (also known as NextGen) was a video game magazine that was made by Imagine Media publishing company (now Future Network USA). It was affiliated to and shared editorial with the UK's Edge magazine. Next Generation ran from January 1995 until January 2002. It was published by Jonathan Simpson-Bint and edited by Neil West. Other editors included Chris Charla, Tom Russo, and Blake Fischer. Unlike its competitors GamePro and Electronic Gaming Monthly, Next Generation was directed...
Total! Magazine
Total! Magazine
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9
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14,848
VIEWS
by Future Publishing
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Total! was a video game magazine published in the United Kingdom by Future plc. It was published monthly for 58 issues, beginning in December 1991 (cover-dated January 1992), with the last issue bearing the cover-date October 1996. A "1993 Annual" featuring reprint material and a poster magazine were also released during the magazine's lifetime. It focused on current and upcoming Nintendo consoles of the era, initially the NES and Game Boy, and then shared coverage with the SNES,...
by Game Hihyō
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A full overview of this collection is located at  https://www.gamingalexandria.com/wp/2019/12/23/game-hihyo-game-criticism-magazines/ An excerpt: As we entered the 90s, hardware segregation increased and many game magazines that were on the market each took their own specialist route. One result from that trend was that magazines began to rely on companies for exclusive screenshots and pre-release software for their articles. This potential for conflict of interest eventually led to...
Zero Magazine
Zero Magazine
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37
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18,640
VIEWS
by Imagine Publishing
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Zero was a video game magazine in the UK, published monthly by Dennis Publishing Ltd. between November 1989 and October 1992. (Actual publication dates were in the preceding month, as usual for UK magazines.) It won the InDin Magazine of the Year award in both 1990 and 1991, and was also briefly the best-selling multi-format 16-bit computer magazine in the UK. The launch editor was Gareth Herincx, who vacated the hotseat during the construction of issue 3 at which point Tim Ponting took over....
Game Developer Magazine
Game Developer Magazine
collection
199
ITEMS
117,569
VIEWS
by UBM
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Game Developer magazine was the premier publication for working (and aspiring) video game creators until its demise, and reached over 35,000 industry professionals monthly. Each month, industry leaders and experts shared technical solutions, reviewed new game development tools, and discussed strategies for creating innovative, successful video games. Monthly postmortems dissected the industry’s leading games, from AAA console to social and mobile games and beyond, and columns gave insight...
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) Archive
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) Archive
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0
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2,130
VIEWS
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Electronic Gaming Monthly (often abbreviated to EGM) is a monthly American video game magazine. It offers video game news, coverage of industry events, interviews with gaming figures, editorial content, and product reviews. The magazine was founded in 1988 as U.S. National Video Game Team's Electronic Gaming Monthly under Sendai Publications. In 1994, EGM spun off EGM², which focused on expanded cheats and tricks (i.e., with maps and guides). It eventually became Expert Gamer and finally the...
Computer Gaming World Magazine
Computer Gaming World Magazine
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268
ITEMS
339,761
VIEWS
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Computer Gaming World (CGW) was an American computer game magazine published between 1981 and 2006. In 1979 Russell Sipe left the Southern Baptist Convention ministry. A fan of computer games, he realized in spring 1981 there was no magazine dedicated to computer games. Although Sipe had no publishing experience, he formed Golden Empire Publications in June and found investors. He chose the name of Computer Gaming World (CGW) instead of alternatives such as Computer Games or Kilobaud Warrior...
Computer Play Magazine
Computer Play Magazine
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9
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9,112
VIEWS
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Computer Play is a game magazine devoted entirely to games on the PC and other computers, although a column was devoted to console games as well. For a period of time, it was the only competition Computer Gaming World had in the US, although its relative obscurity today should indicate who ultimately won the battle. According to an interview with Computer Gaming World's Johnny Wilson, Computer Play got its start when a distributor decided to start its own computer magazine after it lost the...
Dengeki Playstation Magazine
Dengeki Playstation Magazine
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27
ITEMS
4,269
VIEWS
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Dengaki PlayStation Magazine
Gambler Magazine (Polish)
Gambler Magazine (Polish)
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73
ITEMS
190,041
VIEWS
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The Gambler Magazine is a Polish-language computer and games magazine published in the late 1990s.
Game Informer Magazine
Game Informer Magazine
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19
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27,980
VIEWS
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Game Informer (GI) is an American-based monthly video game magazine featuring articles, news, strategy, and reviews of video games and associated consoles. As of June 2012, over 8 million copies are sold each month, making it the third-largest magazine in the United States by circulation. Game Informer debuted in August 1991 when Funcoland started publishing a six-page magazine. It is owned and published by GameStop Corp., the parent company of the video game retailer of the same name, who...
GameLand Magazine (Страна Игр)
GameLand Magazine (Страна Игр)
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305
ITEMS
40,851
VIEWS
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Russian Video Game Magazine, GameLand (Страна Игр).
ACE Magazine Archive
ACE Magazine Archive
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55
ITEMS
53,281
VIEWS
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ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) was a multi-format computer and video game magazine first published in the United Kingdom by Future Publishing and later acquired by EMAP. Launched in October 1987, roughly the same time as Ludlow-based publisher Newsfield's own multi-format magazine The Games Machine, the magazine consisted mainly of ex-Amstrad Action and Personal Computer Games staff, including launch co-editors Peter Connor and Steve Cooke. Andy Wilton, ex-AA, was brought in as Reviews...
Spanish Game Magazines
Spanish Game Magazines
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1,512
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1.4M
VIEWS
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Game magazines published in spanish languages.
Game Power Magazine
Game Power Magazine
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81
ITEMS
12,877
VIEWS
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Game Power Magazine is a Brazillian-language computer and console videogame magazine published in the 1990s.
Games Magazine (Brazil)
Games Magazine (Brazil)
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14
ITEMS
19,030
VIEWS
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Games Magazine is a Brazillian video games magazine published in the 1990s and 2000s.
Games Master (Italian)
Games Master (Italian)
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38
ITEMS
10,218
VIEWS
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Tilt, connu également sous les noms Tilt - Jeux électroniques, Tilt Micro Jeux ou Tilt Microloisirs, fut le premier magazine français entièrement consacré au jeu vidéo sur ordinateur et console. Il est apparu en septembre 1982, publié par Editions Mondiales (Paris), et as été le magazine de référence pour beaucoup. Le nom vient du jeu de flipper. Les premiers numéros étaient bimensuels; le magazine devient principalement mensuel à partir du numéro 10 (mars 1984). Le dernier...
Odyssey 2 Adventure
Odyssey 2 Adventure
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14
ITEMS
4,186
VIEWS
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Odyssey 2 Adventure was a glossy newsletter and catalog related to the Odyssey 2 system, including announcements of new games, reviews of hardware and software, and related products. It was published in the early 1980s by Ceco Publishing.
The One for ST Games
The One for ST Games
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8
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14,214
VIEWS
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The One was a video game magazine in the United Kingdom which covered 16-bit home gaming during the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was first published by EMAP in October 1988 and initially covered computer games aimed at the Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, and IBM PC markets. Like many similar magazines, it contained sections of news, game reviews, previews, tips, help guides, columnist writings, readers' letters, and cover-mounted disks of game demos. The magazine was sometimes criticised for...
Next Level Magazine
Next Level Magazine
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57
ITEMS
4,738
VIEWS
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Next Level Mag
Mean Machines SEGA Magazine
Mean Machines SEGA Magazine
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53
ITEMS
141,103
VIEWS
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Mean Machines was a multi-format gaming magazine released between 1990 and 1992 in the United Kingdom. In the late 1980s Computer and Video Games (CVG) was largely covering the outgoing generation of 8-bit computers like the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC and newly emerging 16-bit computers (the Atari ST and Commodore Amiga). Julian Rignall built upon an idea first conceived by C+VG contributor Tony Takoushi and launched a consoles-oriented section of the magazine called Mean Machines....
RO Playstation
RO Playstation
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155
ITEMS
124,079
VIEWS
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RO Playstation
ST Action Magazine
ST Action Magazine
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6
ITEMS
6,196
VIEWS
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ST Action was a video game magazine published in the UK during the late 1980s and early 1990s that covered the Atari ST, platform. Some coverage was also given to the Atari Lynx and Atari Jaguar in the later stages of its life, although this was limited to the news section. ST Action was launched in April 1988 by Gollner Publishing Ltd., becoming the first dedicated games magazine for the 16-bit Atari platform. The original team included Hugh Gollner (Publisher), Nick Clarkson (Editor), Steve...
Tips and Tricks Magazine
Tips and Tricks Magazine
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6
ITEMS
17,753
VIEWS
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Tips & Tricks was a monthly print magazine devoted to the subjects of video-game cheat codes, strategy guides and lifestyle content. Unlike most video-game magazines, it did not include critical reviews of video games and was not a primary source of video-game industry news. Instead, it focused on gameplay instructions and hidden "Easter eggs" relating to games that its readers might have already purchased. Often referring to itself as "The #1 Video-Game Tips Magazine,"...
Tilt Magazine (French)
Tilt Magazine (French)
collection
140
ITEMS
107,901
VIEWS
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Tilt, connu également sous les noms Tilt - Jeux électroniques, Tilt Micro Jeux ou Tilt Microloisirs, fut le premier magazine français entièrement consacré au jeu vidéo sur ordinateur et console. Il est apparu en septembre 1982, publié par Editions Mondiales (Paris), et as été le magazine de référence pour beaucoup. Le nom vient du jeu de flipper. Les premiers numéros étaient bimensuels; le magazine devient principalement mensuel à partir du numéro 10 (mars 1984). Le dernier...
Video Games Player
Video Games Player
collection
7
ITEMS
9,152
VIEWS
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Video Games Magazine is a 1980s computer and console videogame magazine published in the 1980s.
Super GamePower (BR)
Super GamePower (BR)
collection
110
ITEMS
135,896
VIEWS
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Super Gamepower is a Sega-oriented videogame magazine published in Brazil in the 1990s.
Super Play Magazine
Super Play Magazine
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1
ITEMS
71,359
VIEWS
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Super Play (スーパープレィ) was a British Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) magazine which ran from November 1992 to September 1996. Super Play covered in great detail the role-playing video game genre. Many of these games were never released officially in the UK or European games market, and therefore the magazine concentrated much effort in covering aspects of the American, and moreover the Japanese games markets. It also featured in-depth, intelligent and passionate coverage...
Super Action Magazine
Super Action Magazine
collection
25
ITEMS
2,685
VIEWS
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Super Action Magazine
Total Game Boy Magazine
Total Game Boy Magazine
collection
15
ITEMS
22,645
VIEWS
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Total! was a video game magazine published in the United Kingdom by Future plc. It was published monthly for 58 issues, beginning in December 1991 (cover-dated January 1992), with the last issue bearing the cover-date October 1996. A "1993 Annual" featuring reprint material and a poster magazine were also released during the magazine's lifetime. It focused on current and upcoming Nintendo consoles of the era, initially the NES and Game Boy, and then shared coverage with the SNES,...
The Games Machine Magazine
The Games Machine Magazine
collection
34
ITEMS
105,051
VIEWS
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The Games Machine was Newsfield's multi-format magazine, launched as a sister publication to Crash, Zzap! 64 and Amtix. It covered most formats of the day, with emphasis on the emerging 16-bit consoles and computers. Scanned by Ken D of retropdfs.wordpress.com.
Zeta Magazine (Italian)
Zeta Magazine (Italian)
collection
24
ITEMS
13,839
VIEWS
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Realizzata e edita dallo Studio Vit dopo avere lasciato la redazione di K, nasce inizialmente come rivista indipendente e ospita recensioni di videogiochi per MS-DOS/Windows, Amiga, Macintosh e console a 32 bit come 3DO, Playstation e Sega Saturn, ma passa presto a concentrarsi solo sui computer. Il primo capo redattore è stato Andrea Minini Saldini e rimase in tale ruolo fino al maggio del 1997. A partire dal numero 20 di novembre 1996, Zeta viene acquistata da Il mio castello editore, e...
TodoSega
TodoSega
collection
35
ITEMS
25,888
VIEWS
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TodoSega
TV Gamer Magazine (GB)
TV Gamer Magazine (GB)
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14
ITEMS
12,697
VIEWS
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TV Gamer magazine was published from the Summer of '83 through to March 1985. The last two issues were incorporated into another gaming magazine called Big K.
Gamest Magazine
Gamest Magazine
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115
ITEMS
116,207
VIEWS
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Gamest[a] was a Japanese video game magazine that specialized in covering arcade games. Published by Shinseisha, it first began in May 1986 and originally published bi-monthly, later changed to be a monthly-issued magazine in the late 1980s. The magazine also featured the annual "Gamest Awards", which hands out awards to games based on user vote. The magazine had a heavy-focus on shoot'em up arcade games, but would also cover games from other genres. Gamest originated from the...
I Magnifici Sette
I Magnifici Sette
collection
35
ITEMS
4,939
VIEWS
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I Magnifici Sette era una rivista mensile di 32 pagine con allegata una cassetta di giochi per il Commodore 64, edita da SIPE s.r.l. di Milano. I primi quattro numeri si intitolano I Magnifici Cinque e hanno 5 giochi sulla cassetta, poi il numero si stabilizzò a 7. I giochi sono tutti versioni pirata di giochi stranieri, con i titoli modificati, schermate introduttive nuove e ogni riferimento agli autori originali rimosso. Alcuni giochi, come Lode Runner's Rescue e The Castles of Doctor Creep,...
Game Power (Italian)
Game Power (Italian)
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31
ITEMS
25,524
VIEWS
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Game Power era una rivista italiana dedicata ai videogiochi per console, pubblicata mensilmente a partire dal dicembre 1991. Creata dallo Studio Vit, la rivista andava ad affiancarsi per quel che riguardava il mondo console alla rivista K (realizzata dalla stessa redazione ma edita da Glénat) che si occupava invece di videogiochi per computer. Questa accoppiata andava a contrapporsi a quella degli storici rivali The Games Machine e Consolemania edite da Xenia (la prima si occupava di...
Amiga Power Magazine
Amiga Power Magazine
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0
ITEMS
95,269
VIEWS
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Amiga Power (or AP for short) was a monthly magazine about Amiga video games. It was published in the United Kingdom by Future plc, and ran for 65 issues, from May 1991 to September 1996. It was in many ways the spiritual successor to Your Sinclair, which shared many of the same staff and had a similar sense of humour, amassing a loyal body of fans, some of whom still reminisce about the magazine and attempt to keep its spirit alive. Amiga Power had a number of principles which comprised its...
Electronic Fun with Computer and Games
Electronic Fun with Computer and Games
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18
ITEMS
28,205
VIEWS
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Electronic Fun with Computers and Games Magazine (Great Britain)
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This collection is a British video game fanzine/magazine that ran from 1989 to 1993 for an almost uninterrupted total of 35 issues. The first 8 issues went by the name PC Engine Fanatics which was a hand made fanzine/newsletter that was promoted in period magazines. The following 10 issues received a name change to Console Ma'zine along with expanded coverage of Sega's Mega Drive, Atari's Lynx, and Nintendo's Game Boy as well as NEC's PC Engine. The "final" 17 issues went by the name...
MSX•FAN
MSX•FAN
collection
91
ITEMS
95,910
VIEWS
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a collection of japanese computer magazine "MSX FAN"
Topics: MSX, computer magazine, old computer, MSX FAN
PC Engine Fan
PC Engine Fan
collection
100
ITEMS
45,248
VIEWS
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PC Engine Fan Magazine
Leisure Line Magazine
Leisure Line Magazine
collection
5
ITEMS
6,178
VIEWS
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Leisure Line is a magazine about arcades, amusement devices, and vending machines.
Micronews
Micronews
collection
86
ITEMS
5,328
VIEWS
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The Official Dreamcast Magazine
The Official Dreamcast Magazine
collection
5
ITEMS
7,976
VIEWS
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The Official Dreamcast Magazine was a video game magazine for the Dreamcast published in the United States. The magazine's initial issue "0" was released in June 1999, a full 3 months before the launch of the system. This issue featured Sonic the Hedgehog on a black cover, along with the launch date and some of the system's unique features. The magazine then ran for twelve issues from the September 1999 Dreamcast launch to March/April 2001, shortly after Dreamcast was discontinued....
Mean Machines Magazine
Mean Machines Magazine
collection
28
ITEMS
43,199
VIEWS
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Mean Machines itself started life as a console-only section within the pages of Computer and Video Games Magazine. First featured in the October 1987 issue of the magazine, the section mainly covered the 8-bit systems like the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and Sega's Master System, with the odd reference to the NEC PC Engine. It soon became apparent that consoles were taking off in a big way, and that they were muscling in on territory traditionally covered by the still-dominant Atari ST...
N-Force Magazine (SNES and NES)
N-Force Magazine (SNES and NES)
collection
24
ITEMS
45,421
VIEWS
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N Force was an early 1990s publication from Europress Impact that covered the Nintendo range of consoles: NES, Gameboy and SNES. After 12 issues, the magazine was re-launched as SNES Force to cover the increasingly popular 16-bit Nintendo console.
Planet Playstation (Italian)
Planet Playstation (Italian)
collection
35
ITEMS
8,675
VIEWS
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Planet Playstation è una rivista italiana indipendente dedicata alla console Playstation e successivamente alla Playstation 2, pubblicata mensilmente tra il gennaio 1999 e il 2003 circa. Era derivata dalla rivista "K" (che in quel periodo si focalizzò invece sui videogiochi per PC), in copertina era infatti introdotta con "K presenta". L'editrice era inizialmente R.C.S. Libri di Milano, mentre la redazione era Media Group srl di Milano, divenuta da novembre 2000 anche...
Raze Magazine
Raze Magazine
collection
12
ITEMS
8,428
VIEWS
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Raze was a multi-format videogame magazine published by Newsfield Publications from October 1990 to September 1991 and was the successor to Newsfield’s own multi-format title The Games Machine. The editorial work for Raze was contracted out to Words Works Limited, which was head by Richard Monteiro. The magazine itself was planned to be replaced after its initial 12 month run with two separate titles that would concentrate on the Sega and Nintendo consoles (Sega Force and Nintendo Force),...
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Raze was a multi-format videogame magazine published by Newsfield Publications from October 1990 to September 1991 and was the successor to Newsfield’s own multi-format title The Games Machine. The editorial work for Raze was contracted out to Words Works Limited, which was head by Richard Monteiro. The magazine itself was planned to be replaced after its initial 12 month run with two separate titles that would concentrate on the Sega and Nintendo consoles (Sega Force and Nintendo Force),...
Sega Saturn Magazine
collection
37
ITEMS
29,299
VIEWS
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Sega Saturn Magazine was a monthly UK magazine dedicated to the Sega Saturn. It held the official Saturn magazine license for the UK, and as such some issues included a demo CD created by Sega, called Sega Flash, which included playable games and game footage. The last issue was Issue 37, November 1998. Sega Saturn Magazine was originally known as Sega Magazine which launched in 1994 and covered the Sega consoles available at the time, including the Sega Master System, Sega Mega Drive, Sega...
Select Round Magazine
Select Round Magazine
collection
20
ITEMS
4,036
VIEWS
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Select Round was an official Sega newsletter published for Club Sega members in France. Twenty newsletters were published between September 1993 and May 1995, each just a couple of pages long.
Ultima Generacion
Ultima Generacion
collection
12
ITEMS
5,636
VIEWS
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Ultima Generacion
Dreamcast Magazine (Spanish)
Dreamcast Magazine (Spanish)
collection
19
ITEMS
22,442
VIEWS
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Revista Oficial Dreamcast (in English, Official Dreamcast Magazine), is a Spanish magazine printed by Hobby Press S.A., better known as the company behind the Spanish magazine Hobby Consolas. The magazine was launched with two supplements appearing in Hobby Consolas in October and November 1999 and one in Micromania, another Hobby Press magazine, in October 1999. The magazine itself launched on December 20, 1999. The magazine served as the distributor of DreamOn discs for Spain. At the end of...
Video Game News (Brazil)
Video Game News (Brazil)
collection
13
ITEMS
10,647
VIEWS
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Video Game Magazine was a Brazillian-language magazine published in the 1990s, covering arcade and console magazine.
Mega Console
Mega Console
collection
55
ITEMS
22,717
VIEWS
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Mega Console è stata una rivista mensile dedicata ai videogiochi per console, pubblicata dal febbraio 1994 al dicembre 2000 dalla Futura Publishing. In origine si occupava solamente dei giochi sviluppati per le console prodotte dalla SEGA (Sega Master System, Sega Mega Drive, Sega 32X, Sega Mega CD, Sega Game Gear, Sega Saturn e coin-op). Il suffisso "Mega" era un evidente richiamo alla console Sega Mega Drive, che all'epoca della prima pubblicazione era il modello più venduto della...
Komoda Magazine Collection
Komoda Magazine Collection
collection
30
ITEMS
2,920
VIEWS
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Komoda & Amiga Plus is an pdf magazine (English and Polish language) for the Commodore user.
Casual Connect Magazine
Casual Connect Magazine
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0
ITEMS
0
VIEWS
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Casual Connect, a trade magazine published by Casual Games Association, which was available as a free download from their website.
3D World Magazine
3D World Magazine
collection
3
ITEMS
73,546
VIEWS
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3D World Magazine
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Magazine
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Magazine
collection
112
ITEMS
90,906
VIEWS
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ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) was a multi-format computer and video game magazine first published in the United Kingdom by Future Publishing and later acquired by EMAP. Launched in October 1987, roughly the same time as Ludlow-based publisher Newsfield's own multi-format magazine The Games Machine, the magazine consisted mainly of ex-Amstrad Action and Personal Computer Games staff, including launch co-editors Peter Connor and Steve Cooke. Andy Wilton, ex-AA, was brought in as Reviews...
EDGE UK Magazine
EDGE UK Magazine
collection
30
ITEMS
73,757
VIEWS
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Big K Magazine
Big K Magazine
collection
24
ITEMS
24,985
VIEWS
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Big K was a multi format magazine published by IPC Magazines Ltd during the 1980s. Descriptions for these issues have been provided by Steven Zakulec.
Classic Gamer Magazine
Classic Gamer Magazine
collection
10
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9,809
VIEWS
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Classic Gamer Magazine is a printed and digital publication covering classic gaming. Volume One of the magazine contained six issues and was released in printed format. Volume Two contained two PDF issues which were released free in 2004 via the website. Since then there have been no further issues, although the website has for some time promised a new PDF version is on its way.
Computer and Video Games Magazine
Computer and Video Games Magazine
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207
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681,272
VIEWS
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Computer and Video Games Magazine was published in Great Britain in the early 1980s.
CPC Attack Magazine
CPC Attack Magazine
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6
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10,807
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CPC Attack! was a short-lived magazine dedicated to Amstrad CPC gaming. The magazine was a successor to Amstrad Computer User magazine. It was characterised by a strong comic-like graphical style featuring a recurring mascot - a Tank Girl-like character called Amy Strad. Funnily enough this same character featured in C+VG magazine under the name Sadie. Originally, Amstrad Computer User had been a much more serious magazine than its main rival Amstrad Action. The radical redesign to CPC Attack!...
Family Computer Magazine
Family Computer Magazine
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30
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12,881
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Family Computer Magazine.
Digital Press Magazine
Digital Press Magazine
collection
59
ITEMS
31,305
VIEWS
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Issues of Digital Press Magazine, the magazine of digitpress.com.
Games Computing
Games Computing
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4
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5,945
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Games Computing Magazine was "The Magazine for those who take their computer and video games seriously", published in the 1980s by Argus Specialist Publications. It was based out of Great Britian.
Nintendo Acción
Nintendo Acción
collection
413
ITEMS
350,794
VIEWS
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Nintendo Acción
PSX Magazine
PSX Magazine
collection
89
ITEMS
64,546
VIEWS
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PSX Magazine
Play Meter Magazine
Play Meter Magazine
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136
ITEMS
10,637
VIEWS
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Play Meter was an American trade magazine focusing on the coin-op amusement arcade industry, including jukebox and arcade game machines. It was founded in December 1974 by publisher and editor Ralph C. Lally II and it is published in physical form by Skybird Publishing on a monthly basis.
N64 Magazine
N64 Magazine
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2
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46,280
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NGC Magazine (originally known as N64 Magazine until Issue 60, 2001) was a British magazine specialising in Nintendo created consoles; which was first printed in 1997 and ran until 2006. N64 Magazine was the successor to Super Play magazine after it ended in 1996 as it retained many of the staff and the style of that publication. In November 2000 it merged with its sister Future Publishing magazine Nintendo World.[1] In 2006 the magazine finally closed and has been succeeded once again- this...
Lotek 64 Magazine
Lotek 64 Magazine
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32
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23,825
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Lotek 64 was a German-language console and retro magazine published in the late 2000s.
VideoGiochi
VideoGiochi
collection
45
ITEMS
35,191
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Videogiochi è stata la prima rivista italiana dedicata esclusivamente ai videogiochi, ideata a fine 1982 per iniziativa del giornalista Riccardo Albini[1], redatta dallo Studio Vit e pubblicata dal Gruppo Editoriale Jackson.
Zzap! (Italia)
Zzap! (Italia)
collection
85
ITEMS
89,674
VIEWS
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Zzap! era l'edizione italiana della rivista inglese Zzap!64 dedicata ai videogiochi nell'epoca degli home computer ad 8 bit. La rivista originale nacque in Inghilterra col titolo Zzap!64, edita dalla Newsfield Publications Ltd (e in seguito dalla Europress Impact) in Regno Unito. Il primo numero è datato maggio 1985; era, in questa sua incarnazione britannica, dedicata esclusivamente ai videogiochi per Commodore 64, e solo in un secondo tempo anche a quelli per Amiga; una rivista...