Super Gaming - Issue 1 Summer 1991 1.0.0

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Import Systems Coverage

  • Sega Mega Drive
  • Mega CD
  • Sega Game Gear
  • Nintendo Famicom
  • Nintendo Super Famicom
  • Nintendo Game Boy
  • NEC PC-Engine
  • NEC PC-Engine CD-ROM
  • NEC PC-Engine Super CD-ROM
  • NEC Supergrafx


Power Surge - Video Games Go International In Super Gaming Magazine (editorial)

Super Famicom Buyers Guide

  • Actraiser
  • Bombuzal
  • Final Fight
  • F-Zero
  • Gradius III
  • Hole In One
  • Pilotwings
  • Populous
  • Super Deformer
  • Super Mario World

Super Spreads

  • Midnight Resistance (MD)
  • Gradius III (SF)
  • Actraiser (SF)
  • F-Zero (SF)
  • Super R-Type (SF)
  • Dangerous Seed (MD)
  • Wonder Boy (MD)
  • Star Cruiser (MD)
  • Magical Hats (MD)
  • Twin Cobra (MD)
  • Murder Club starring J.B. Harold (PCE-CD)

Super Previews

  • Super Professional Baseball (SF)
  • Pro Soccer (SF)
  • Ninja Gaiden 3 (SF)
  • Devil Hunter Yoko (MD)
  • Battle Golf (MD)
  • Chase H.Q. (GG)
  • Shining & Darkness (MD)
  • Road Spirits (PCE)


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Thanks for the scan!

It's interesting how incredibly short this magazine is.  It's from the same people doing EGM, but while the Aug.1991 issue of EGM is 132 pages for $3.95, this mag is only 32 pages for $2.95?  32 pages seems more like a free insert than a full magazine.  If you don't count the ads, it's only 22 pages long.  Weird.

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