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By E-DayGame Player's Strategy Guide to Nintendo Games Volume 3 Number 2 (April-May 1990)
By E-DayGame Player's Strategy Guide to Nintendo Games Volume 3 Number 1 (February-March 1990)
By E-DayGame Player's Strategy Guide to Nintendo Games Volume 2 Number 6 (December-January 1990)
By E-DayGame Player's Strategy Guide to Nintendo Games Volume 2 Number 4 (August-September 1989)
By MigJmzMega Play Vol. 2 No. 4 (July-August 1991)
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Table of Contents:
They write. We respond. You laugh
The latest news, interviews, features, and gaming tidbits
THE LORD OF THE RINGS, THE THIRD AGE
The ring is gone, but the Fellowship remains strong
Fresh info on the shooter's single- and multiplayer modes
Tune in to Tokyo's wackier titles
We unmask the websilnger's movie-based sequel
ADVANCE WARS: UNDER FIRE
The itsy-bitsy strategy series invades GameCube
Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow's creators let you in on their secrets
NEED FOR SPEED UNDERGROUND 2
Th e bigger the spoiler, the closer to God
FREE GAME SYSTEM
Sign up for a two-year subscription and get the Phantom for free
PRINCE OF PERSIA 2
Time is still on your side in the sequel to our 2003 Game of the Year
THE SEASON OF EVIL
Resident Evil's T-Virus spreads to the big screen and spawns more sequels
TIMESPLITTERS : FUTURE PERFECT
Try shooting the barrels--they explode!
Derek Jeter clobbers our curveballs
VIEWTIFUL JOE 2
Capcom's comic book come to life comes back
Why now is the right time to sign up for Xbox Live
THE HOT TEN
Sick of hearing about Halo 2? Vote for something else
You'll find few fireworks this Jul y
BUILD YOUR OWN XBUNDLE
How to grab an Xbox and a handful of games for little green
COVER STORY: DRIV3R
The first PlayStation 2 and Xbox installment in the hard-driving series is nearly road ready, and developer Reflections has handed us the keys. We check under the hood and give the game a six-point inspection.
Three reviews per game--just the way you like it
Future Tactics: The Uprising
Red Dead Revolver
Onimusha 3: Demon Siege
UFC: Sudden Impact
Galactic Wrestling Featuring Ultimate Muscle
Bujinga: The Forsaken City
Front Mission 4
The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay
Metal Slug 3
Rallisport Challenge 2
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures
Game Boy Advance
Mario Golf Advance
Mario vs. Donkey Kong
FIRST NEXT-GEN GAME UNVEILED
We shed light on the mysterious Dark Sector
THE UNUSUAL SUSPECTS
We stake out six games that are about to carjack Grand Theft Auto's bandwagon... and get away with it
TRICKS OF THE TRADE
Game couseling, codes and cheats
Resident Evil Outbreak
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes
Mega Man Zero 2
Tenchu: Return From Sarkness
Phantasy Star Online: Episode III--Card Revolution
Champions of Norrath
GameShark vs. Action Replay
Final Fantasy XI
Here are your four continues
REST OF THE CRAP
HSU & CHAN
By E-DayGame Player's Strategy Guide to Game Boy Games Volume 1 Number 2 (September 1990)
By E-DayGame Player's Strategy Guide to Game Boy Games Vol. 1 No. 1 (Summer 1990)
VIDEO GAMES Interview: Tim Skelly
One of a growing list of unmasked, eager-to-talk game designers, Skelly's topics include his recent game Reactor, his days at Cinematronics and theta wave meditation. Interview by Neil Tesser.
Video Games Go to the Movies
Tron and Starblasters are sure-fire evidence of Hollywood's latest love affair. Sue Adamo files a report.
The Art of Video Games
How do all those pretty pictures get on to the video screen? Bob Mecoy provides some answers and also takes a revealing peek into the future.
Coleco Has a Vision- Better Games for All
What's in a name? Steve Bloom examines the past, present and immediate future of this extremely ambitious toy manufacturer.
ROGER DIONNE'S A BUYER'S GUIDE TO HOME VIDEO GAMES
Dionne dissects 19 of the most popular and/ or up-and-coming cartridges, including Defender, Star Strike and The Quest for the Rings. Adapted from the Banbury book.
A few words of hype from the editor.
Some words of advice from our readers.
Death of a gamer, Applefest reviewed, new software on the block, Apollo's story, the latest legal news, last call for computer camp.
Ever wonder what all that game playing is doing to your eyes? Our resident optometrist, Dr. Arnold Sherman, has.
John "Hey Buddy! Can You Spare a Quarter?" Holmstrom can't stand all those "beat-the-games" books. Can you?
Nobody reviews 'em better than Eugene "Defender/ Stargate/ Robotron" Jarvis. Everyone's favorite game designer takes a look .at Turbo, Zaxxon, Dig Dug, Robby Roto and Grand Champion.
Got $300? Wanna blow it on a TY-game system? Roger Dionne narrows your choice down to Intellivision and Astrocade.
Vidiosyncratic views of arcade life from Matt Howarth, Lou Stathis, Peter Bagge and John Holmstrom (again?). Illustrated
By E-DayGame Player's Nintendo Buyer's Guide Vol.1 No.1b (August 1988)