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Deathbringer

Missing Magazines from Spain and Argentina

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Hello! I'm from Uruguay and I like video games magazines since the 90s I recall some mags from Argentina and Spain that came here and also GamePro in spanish.

I saw that in the database there are magazines from around the world (Argentina, Japan, etc).

Would be good to see some argentinian mags like Club Nintendo, Action Games, Top Kids etc.

Also from Spain I remember some good magazines, Loading, Gametype, RetroManiac, Retro Gamer Spain, Superjuegos, Hobby Consolas, Ok Consolas etc.

 

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Most people who contribute to this site are from North America, so we sadly have very little (if any) knowledge of gaming publications in languages other than English (or Japanese.)  I'm aware of other magazine preservation sites based in other countries such as France, Germany, and Brazil, but am not familiar with any sites that specialize in Spanish or Argentinian magazines, although I wouldn't be surprised if they exist.

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5 minutes ago, Deathbringer said:

That's great!! I have some scans from other sites of those and others, would be good seeing those on this database, but yeah is difficult to find a lot of this magazines

If Ethereal Dragonz ever decides to edit those scans we could host them here, but it's unlikely that we'd ever have too many European mags here, simply because no one currently contributing scans owns any.  Retromags only hosts scans made by its members, so the best way to get European mags on our site is to get some European scanners to join.

Retromags actually DOES have 123 Argentinian mags available to download, which is pretty impressive for a USA-based site.  The guy who scanned them all hasn't submitted anything new in quite awhile, though, and I'm not sure if he's still actively scanning elsewhere or not.

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I have a lot of magazines from Argentina, I have to fiend them and to get a scanner... I remember havinng a great number of Club Nintendo and Action Games and some Gamepros in spanish...
Thanks for the effort and hard work by the way, to all uploaders on Retromags!

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