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  2. Comptiq Issue 106

  3. Comptiq Issue 106 (August 1993)

  4. Comptiq (1993.07) C-Net

    Supplement included with the July 1993 issue of Comptiq
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  6. Comptiq Issue 105

  7. Comptiq Issue 105 (July 1993)

  8. Supplement included with the July 1993 issue of Comptiq
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  10. Comptiq (1993.06) Princess Maker 2

    Supplement included with the June 1993 issue of Comptiq
  11. Comptiq (1993.06) Xak III

    Supplement included with the June 1993 issue of Comptiq
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  13. Supplement included with the June 1993 issue of Comptiq
  14. Comptiq Issue 104

  15. Comptiq Issue 104 (June 1993)

  16. Comptiq (1993.05) Shonen Comp Vol.4

    Supplement included with the May 1993 issue of Comptiq
  17. Supplement included with the May 1993 issue of Comptiq
  18. Comptiq Issue 103

  19. Comptiq Issue 103 (May 1993)

  20. Supplement included with the April 1993 issue of Comptiq
  21. Comptiq Issue 102

  22. Comptiq (1993.03) Soft&Hard 10-nen shi

    Supplement included with the March 1993 issue of Comptiq
  23. Comptiq Issue 101

  24. Computer Gaming World Issue 075 (October 1990)

    CGW (1981) had a 13 year head start on PC Gamer, so for a loooong time they were unquestionably the best USA computer game publication, although the first 6 or 7 years may as well have been called Wargaming World, to be honest. And of course there was very little/no coverage of the PC during those years, so I have only passing interest in most of those early issues, outside of coverage of games that were later ported to PC that I've heard of/played. CGW was definitely a solid read, but the thing that really held it back (in my opinion) was how dry the presentation was. For the longest time, the only color inside of a CGW was the advertisements. And even well into the early 90s, CGW was relatively light on screenshots and was the poster boy of bland layout and design. Ironically, though, once CGW began looking a little more hip by the late 90s, it also lost a bit of what made it stand out, in my opinion. Still, all and all, a great mag, and although I prefer (early) PC Gamer, CGW is definitely the more historically important mag. I really can't stand almost every article written by Scorpia, though.
  25. Computer Gaming World Issue 075 (October 1990)

    Awesome!! I liked this magazine more than PC Gamer. Had heaps of these too at one point until I dumped them. Sigh!!!
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