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What Interests You?

Which Magazine Do You Want More Releases For?  

108 members have voted

  1. 1. Choose from Below!

    • Nintendo Power
      35
    • Sega Visions
      12
    • EGM
      16
    • GamePro
      15
    • PSM
      8
    • Next Generation
      11
    • Other (Explain)
      11


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I voted EGM since I loved the magazine back in the day. Started buying it in 1993 or so up until 3-4 years ago.

Would love to see issues 1-50 especially, since I missed out on those the first time around.

But as you can see from my own scans, I'm very interested in anything Sega or Nintendo actually, and looking for more Neo-Geo or PC-Engine stuff as well as Japanese Arcadia magazines which were awesome.

Another series I've heard great things about is Diehard GameFan. It seems to be a very colourful and well put together magazine. ^_^

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I voted GamePro. I'd like to see the missing Nintendo Power">NP stuff released but I'm pretty satisfied with what we have so far. We're also facing increasing competition from independent scanners releasing material at google as evidenced by the release of GamePro 1997 there on 7/3.

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Well, competition is almost always healthy.

So in the end the one who delivers the better quality will win out. :D

I'm just glad people are fuelling each others desire to get these things released.

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Nintendo Power takes me right back to the good ol' childhood more than any other. But I was also a big EGM fan in my day for their more broad range of system coverage. I had a few issues of GamePro but it never really hooked me in.

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I voted for Nintendo Power as well simply because for my generation, it was *the* game magazine to read. They gave the most information available at a time when instant gratification via the internet was not yet widely available. This is not to slight the other magazines, really, because I'd like to be able to look back over both company specific and company agnostic magazines to further my knowledge of their histories.

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Gamefan, seems to be really interesting and "nerdy" in a good way. I've read a couple of strange stories about it and it can't be bad.

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l voted for more PSM, because l am after articles on a specific game, possibly what l want it already scanned, but l started gaming with the playstation so although EGM and certainly Edge might be better looking and more informative, l am a playstation girl, never owned any of the other earlier consoles.

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Gimme more Sega! Saturn preferably! =P

Will, do! :grin:

Lots more stuff coming up. full SSM and Maximum sets, CVG from the Saturn years, not to mention Mean Machines Sega thanks to Zastai, and probably when those are all finished the unofficial UK Dreamcast magazine and the Official UK one as well. :happy:

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Of that list, probably GamePro. But I'd really like some GameFan, Computer and VideoGames (UK), and GamesMaster (also UK)... any of those would be real nice... Also, I'm really mainly intrested in the SNES era stuff.

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I voted EGM, but also want to see more GamePro; preferrably issues from 1989 to 1998, with earlier years being better :)

Gamepro was way better in the old days...

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