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Posted May 27, 2016
This magazine is one of the last magazines I bought before I finished mourning the death of Sega and began to save for my first Computer.
The feeling I get in this issue is either you love Dreamcast and the online sports games or you have Playstation 1 and maybe you're little sister's Nintendo 64 but life is dull and we don't care about anything until Playstation 2 is out.
For reference, Diablo 2 was released June 2000, 6 months before this.
Madden 2001 on PS1 looked like last decade stuff while I was enjoying 2K online with friends.
Pokemon Red and Yellow are on the 1991 Gameboy original and is revolutionary. It was also being emulated on a Pentium 33 Mhz
Preview for Jet Grind Radio. Another game I anticipated and enjoyed as an original idea. It came after the Texas Instruments powered Playstation 1 and before the respectable Playstation 2 which was loaded up with Japanese RPG's and favorites like Off Road Fury..
Posted March 9, 2017
This is one of the best magazines I ever read in my youth because of the funny Hsu and Chan comic covering online gaming.
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