Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 031 (February 1992)

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Thanks!! its good to read anything related to Sega CD, SF 2, neo geo!!

Ya that Sega CD preview was pretty cool with the borders made of the scaling and rotating Mega CD logo. The upcoming issue 30 should complete their 3 part SF2 coverage.

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