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New Release: Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 93 (April 1997)

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This issue required me to manually color correct the orange on the cover. It scanned light pink as always and I had to select the color and manually tweak it to get a fluorescent orange look. It's pretty close. If anyone's wondering why there is a combined two page on one of the ads it's because it was presented as a single image in a foldout, so I also presented it as such. Towards the end of the magazine there was a paper card that was torn out. I'd gladly add it if someone had a copy in their issue.

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