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    Tips & Tricks Video Game Codebook Volume 16 Issue 6 (November-December 2009)
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    GamePro Issue 092 (May 1996)
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    GamePro Issue 093 (June 1996)
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    For all of you strategy RPG fans who also speak Japanese and also own a WonderSwan: https://archive.org/details/langrissermillenniumwsthelastcenturystrategyguidespecial
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    This week on Guides For Games Least Likely To Ever Be Released Outside of Japan come Terrors and Terrors 2, text based horror-adventure games starring a bunch of Japanese pop "stars" - released for the WonderSwan and WonderSwan Color, respectively. Kudos to the second game's guide for acknowledging the only reason anyone ever actually bought these games by filling half of the book with photographs of the stars wearing bikinis and flirting with the camera. https://archive.org/details/terrorsperfectguide https://archive.org/details/terrors2officialguidebook
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    Retromags Presents! Updated Release of GamePro Issue 93 (June 1996) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day Edited By: E-Day Uploaded By: E-Day
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    Retromags Presents! Updated Release of GamePro Issue 92 (May 1996) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day Edited By: E-Day Uploaded By: E-Day
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    GamePro Issue 109 (October 1997)
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    Ah yes, I remember "Super Mario 4". Looking at those first images.....you knew that game was going to be epic!
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    I prefer realist, but I accept that most people don't see it that way. We're the only site dedicated to English-language mags that even HAS a database. Oldgamemags is mostly concerned with churning out massive numbers of new scans on a regular basis (nothing wrong with that), and the Out of Print Archive is mainly concerned with scanning and rescanning and RESCANNING the same few mags over and over in an ongoing quest to reach god-like perfection with their release quality Phillyman is the one that handles the finances around here, but any modifications to the site like this involve hiring a programmer, and that costs $$$. I'm currently hoping for a site mod that will allow people who donate mags and people who scan mags to be able to receive credit for doing so (believe it or not, the only person currently capable of receiving any credit is the person who edits the scan). But these things cost money, and there are server fees and everything else that have to be paid for to keep the site running before additional mods can be worked into the budget, especially since any such mods often become broken whenever a new version of the site's software is released, and programmers have to be hired to rework any previous mods so they're compatible with new software versions. True, everyone has their niche. Phillyman will knock out some scans every once in a while, but he hates editing them. E-Day edits like a beast, but hates working on the database. Areala writes the most wonderfully robust contents indexes, but doesn't scan/edit magazines or add new entries to the DB. I do a little of everything on the magazine side of things (gallery, database, scans&edits), and all of the Japanese sections on this site are essentially my baby, but I have no interest in working on most of the other foreign-language sections (thanks to MigJmz for his recent efforts in adding Brazilian releases), or in helping to flesh out the video game section, even if the proposed tags become a thing. So the labor is already somewhat divided. The problem is simply how few people there are doing any labor at all. But who knows? Maybe there are a boatload of members out there who have no interest in scanning, editing, contributing to the gallery, or indexing magazine contents via text, but they're chomping at the bit to index magazine contest via tags, if only there was such a system in place. We may never know if Schrödinger's cat is alive or dead until we open that box, but in the meantime let's at least be optimists and assume that the flask of poison in there with it is half-FULL, not half empty.
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    Cover scan of Computer Games Issue 156.

    © 2003

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    @kitsunebi77, you weren't kidding about the grump! Heh, but really, I think I understand better now. Honestly if I wasn't already committed to certain passion projects, I'd jump in and help with this exact kind of thing. Building and managing systems is one of my natural thingies. I was about to research other mag collections, but you just saved me the time by indicating RetroMags is basically the leading group in this field. Thanks! Well, if this is the place, then A. these tags and filters gotta become a thing when possible, and B. we need to encourage the other major outlets that collaborating with RM is essential. Having a universal catalog in one place instead of several helps with accessibility and usage retention. Still, that may take forever and a half because, well, people. (I also recognize i may be preaching to the choir). Technically, if a person has no inclination to help with scanning/donating, cataloging wouldn't take away from existing scan power and such division isn't a bad thing (sound designer and artist in game development, as a weird analogy). Anyway, I appreciate you recognizing the value while weighing the lack of person-power to realize such features. Pretty much this. Comprehensive, accessible documentation means a lot to me. Even if it's a less-popular thing, it informs about cultural growth from one decade to the next. And despite how small some fandoms are, seeing stray questions crop up on ___ forum or ___ Discord server is pretty telling. Your post made my day! From one archivist to another, thanks for the work you do.
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    First of all, there are only 3 English-language archival sites focused on providing video game magazine scans - OldGameMags, the Out of Print Archive, and Retromags. New scans pop up in other places, but not as part of a concerted effort of a group (and be careful of "archival" groups whose main function is mirroring the efforts of the sites they swipe their scans from). Of those three sites, Retromags by far has the most comprehensive database of magazines (even if OldGameMags has more actual scans), and a more robust software, and thus would absolutely be the best choice for implementing such a feature. Second of all, you may have misinterpreted me a bit. I DO believe that your idea has merit. I simply don't believe that there is anyone willing to put in the work to accomplish it. I've been a member of this site since 2014, and in that time, less than a handful of people have added any new issues to our database. That's excusable of course, since due to administrative permissions, only a handful of people actually have the ability to do so. However, ANYONE has the ability to edit a database entry and add contents information (similar to the tagging system you've proposed), yet again, less than a handful of people have ever elected to do so during my tenure here. Similarly, anyone is capable of uploading images to our gallery, yet since 2014, I've personally uploaded almost 70% of the 32,000 images in our gallery, and until MigJmz started helping in the past couple of years, I was pretty much alone in that endeavor during that time. So again, your idea is sound, and would absolutely be a welcome addition. My only (realistic) criticism is that I have seen no evidence to suggest that there will be anyone willing to do the necessary work it would involve to make it very useful (though as you point out, even one magazine tagged is perhaps more useful than none.) I HAVE suggested exactly that already. If we can't get anyone to help complete our magazine databases, I'd hate to see our efforts divided into providing game information unrelated to magazines (information already available elsewhere). But I believe a robust video game section full of information, screengrabs, videos, and yes, magazine cross-referencing information is a (pipe)dream of Phillyman's, so it will likely remain in place. Of course, since no one has ever contributed to it since its creation (that I'm aware of), there really isn't any harm. It can't divide our efforts when no efforts are being made. Also, bear in mind that when referring to Retromags as a "group," you are referring to a group of over 15,000 people, including yourself. Every single registered member of this site is capable of contributing to it, and every single contribution of any kind ever made here was done on a volunteer basis - no one is "in charge" of doing anything (except for Phillyman, who is "in charge" of paying the site's bills.) But volunteers are rare indeed.
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    This is one of the reasons my main focus over the last several years has been towards the 'cataloging' aspect, instead of the scanning aspect. You'll find my contributions here have been almost entirely focused on indexing the various magazines we've managed to get into our database. It's essentially a "thankless task", because there's no real credit for it the way there is for scanning the magazines and adding in cover pics, but at the bare minimum, I like the idea that someone can search the site for a game title, and get some hits back about where it appeared, in which magazine, and in what capacity. It's something that, working alone, I'll never be able to even think about completing. But every magazine that I do index for the site is just one more drop in the bucket of information that likely exists nowhere else online. Will the world come to an end if no one can find out that an ad for "Deathtrap Dungeon" is featured in issue 39 of PC Gamer, or that there's a four-page strategy guide for "Time Crisis" in the first issue of Official US PlayStation Magazine? No...but that doesn't mean that somebody, somewhere, isn't out there thinking, "What magazine did I read that editorial about Tomb Raider fanfiction in back in 1999?" and if I can provide that answer (hint: PC Games, April 1999, the only game magazine I'm aware of where I'm actually featured as a topic of conversation!) then the work was worth it. *huggles* Areala
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    Constant 2200 pixel height scan. 600 dpi version available. Contact user sean697 if you need a higher resolution copy.
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    Retromags Presents! The Gamer Issue 1 (January/February 1992) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Fixed and uploaded. Grab the hairless version now
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    Did anyone notice there's a hair on page 38?
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    Happy 2020 !! Now this is a huge surprise for a new start .
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    He needs an A3 flatbed is what I am reading into this conversation. They aren't as cheap but there are a couple of options that don't involve buying a piece of crap Mustek scanner (avoid those like the plague) Try and find a Brother MFCJ6530DW all in one. They have a good A3 scanner
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    Retromags Presents! S.W.A.T. Issue 03 (August/September 1991) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    To bump my own thread, just this afternoon, at a local thrift shop, I purchased two (unscanned) issues of the Official PlayStation Magazine from 2004 (for Cdn$.99 each, about US$.72). I also purchased an issue of EGM (already scanned) and I passed on an issue of GamePro (also already scanned) and some issues of an Xbox magazine (about which I do not care). Alas, the magazine pages are too big to fit my current flatbed scanner, but at last I can finally join the august ranks of those members with issues waiting to be scanned.
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    Retromags Presents! Tips & Tricks Video Game Codebook Volume 16 Issue 6 (November-December 2009) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Retromags Presents! S.W.A.T. Issue 02 (June 1991) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    S.W.A.T.Pro Issue 25 (September 1995)
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    Retromags Presents! Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 144 (July 2001) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Foul Magazine Issue 4 (2001)
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    I mean, it's the Internet Archive, which is probably some huge server farm with petabytes of hard drives. I've started uploading my scans there because it's pretty much guaranteed to be up 24/7. I haven't had any problems with them, but I don't think it's a good idea to limit where you upload your mags because that's like putting all your eggs in one basket. I'm thankful for them because up until now, I've been putting my scans on Nyaa torrents and another site. I don't mind if people reupload my scans, either, as long as credit is at least given. At the end of the day, we're here to share content, right? It's not like anyone here is making money off of it (hopefully).
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    What irks me the most about the thievery at archive.org isn't the thieves themselves, since the Internet is FULL of those and none of us here are sticklers for copyright law either, so we can't get too uppity about it. No, what bothers me is that those guys get paid a salary to rip off my work and the work of others. As Kiwi can tell you, those of us who actually contribute anything to this hobby do so at our own expense. Some of us 100% at our own expense, but even if you take donations, it never covers the total costs, so you're still paying out of pocket. But then some thief at archive.org comes along, ripping off my stuff and being paid a higher salary to do so than I probably make at my day job. THAT'S what's criminal.
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    The magazines are not in a private collection, they're owned by the nonprofit I run and are in a library that will eventually be open to researchers for free. Just because I don't have the time to scan full magazines (or the willingness to destroy any binding in our library copies) doesn't mean they're lost, it just means they're not scanned.
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    If I've understood correctly, I can't do anything before the main database entries are added. And that it'll take a lot of work to add even a single entry. So... priorities. Pelit, Pelaaja, Pelit vuosikirja, and PC Pelaaja are the ones that probably should be added first. Since those had gaming as the main focus. I'll dig up a list of issue numbers if needed, just lemme know. Mikrobitti and C-Lehti are about 50% gaming content. Printti was only about 20% gaming. No reviews, but occasional maps and solutions. Not sure if site-relevant. Don't know enough about Joyboy (probably 100% gaming), Micropost, Enter, and Kompuutteri Kaikille: the last two are likely gaming-light. As for the hobbyist / game store 'magazines': Trioposti and Com Club were mostly focused on games, MSX Uutiset was gaming/hardware. And as I mentioned, Nintendo-lehti, Pelimestari, and PC Gamer (Suomi) are translations of English mags and therefore not high priority for archival. Not sure if those are even worth adding here.
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    Thanks! I went with the bottom one when I heard "easiest." I had to unlearn some of my emulator habits like using save states. There's no need with unlimited virtual quarters! Also, while I at first lamented not having 3 friends to join me in those classic 4-player beat-em-ups, I realized I could just set all 4 players to the same buttons on my joypad and control everyone simultaneously. Sure, only the one I'm looking at is playing with any degree of skill, but the others are all jumping around and hitting stuff by accident, so it's kind of like playing with friends who are video game spazzes, which is almost just how I remember it being back in the day. And anytime I feel like playing a different character, all I have to do is shift my attention to them. Pretty sweet.
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    Constant 2200 pixel height scan. 600 dpi version available. Contact user sean697 if you need a higher resolution copy.
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    Goodness. What a question. I'm not really sure how to answer. In the West, almost all game design innovations happened on computers. Any innovation on the console side of things was almost always of Japanese origin. Which isn't surprising really. PCs never really caught on as a gaming platform in Japan, so all of their designer talent went towards developing console titles. Whereas in the West, PC game development offered much more freedom to the designers than they would have developing for consoles, so that's where most of the talent concentrated their efforts. All of Japan's great game designers are known for their arcade and console titles. Most great Western designers are known for their PC games. They've got Miyamoto, we've got Meier. Of course, "ahead of its time" doesn't always mean great (or even good.) I recently uploaded some advertisements for Castle Wolfenstein (NOT Wolfenstein 3D, btw). An innovative game, but I would never claim it was a good one . Released WAAAAYY back in 1981 on the Apple II computer, Castle Wolfenstein is particularly notable for two things. It was the first game to include digitized speech. It sounds terrible, but is sort of understandable and pretty impressive when you consider how primitive the hardware was it was running on. Also, it was the first game to incorporate elements of stealth gameplay. Nazi guards not only had line of sight awareness of the player, but they could also be alerted to your presence if you fired your weapon. Finding and wearing a Nazi uniform would allow you to sneak past some enemies without being detected. Again, I wouldn't call the game entertaining (at least, not now. Perhaps it was more fun 37 years ago?) But it certainly was ahead of its time.
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    Reviews: (page 23) Smash TV - (SNES) R.P.M. Racing - (SNES) MegaMan 4 - (NES) T.M.N.T. 3 - (NES) Empire Strikes Back - (NES) Rampart - (NES) Wizards and Warriors 3 - (NES) Monster in My Pocket - (NES) Wonderboy 5 - (Genesis) Back to the Future 3 - (Genesis) BattleMaster - (Genesis) California Games - (Genesis) Darkwing Duck - (TurboGrafx 16) Q-bert - (GameBoy) Paperboy 2 - (Gameboy) Sonic the Hedgehog - (Game Gear) Xybots - (Lynx) Next Wave: (page 61) NCAA Basketball - (SNES) Spanky's Quest - (SNES) Dungeon Master - (SNES) Nolan Ryan Baseball - (SNES) Kings Quest V - (NES) Captain America - (NES) Atomic Runner - (Genesis) Super Monaco GP II - (Genesis) Alisia Dragoon - (Genesis) Warrior of Rome - (Genesis) Sol-Feace - (Genesis) Night Creatures - (TurboGrafx-16) World Circuit Series - (GameBoy) (pg. 89) Tiny Toons - (GameBoy) Top Gun - (GameBoy) Missile Command - (GameBoy) Tricks of the Trade: (page 93) Castlevania 4, Lemmings, Viking Child, Rygar, Batman: Return of the Joker, John Madden '92, Super E.D.F., Super Mario Bros., Ninja Gaiden International Outlook: (page 47) Phalanx, Cosmic Stories, Dragon Ball, Metal Jack, Rushing Beat, S.T.G., Mercs, Turbo Outrun, Final Fight Guy, Nobunaga's Ambition, Psychic Storm, GPX, Card Master, Lord of the Rising Sun, Super Pinball, Mercenary Battlefield In Depth/Previews: (page 150) Smash TV, Xardion, Joe & Mac, Addams Family, Rai-Den, Contra Force, Overlord, Treasure Master, Gemfire, Mystical Fighter, Two Crude Dudes, Marble Madness, Winter Challenge, Battlewings, Ballistix, FaceBall 2000, Q-bert, Clutch Hitter (page 108), Lucky Dime Caper starring Donald Duck Special Feature: (page 103) Game Gear Buyer's Guide, Sega CD details (page 116), Street Fighter 2 (page 136), Behind the Screens at Absolute Entertainment (page 144), Super Play: Mega Man 4 (page 186), Zelda 3
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    These mags were the best, always like this style on the covers a lot more than the near 2000 stuff which looks terrible to me
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    1 Cover Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 2-5 Ad Konami 6 Ad Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves 7-8 Ad Treasure Master 13 Ad Fastest Lap 17 Ad Atomic Punk 18 Ad Kung Fu Master 18 Ad R-Type (GB) 19 Ad Super R-Type 20 Review Batman 2 20 Review GI-Joe 2 21 Ad Hyper Zone 22 Review Ninja Gaiden 3 22 Review Where In Time is Carmen Sandiago 22 Review Star Flight 23 Ad Devilish 24 Review ToeJam & Earl 24 Review El Viento 24 Review Vapor Trail 25 Ad Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 2 26 Review Wanderers from Y's 26 Review Valis 3 26 Review Blades of Steel (GB) 27 Ad Year of the Drakken 28 Review Battletoads (GB) 28 Review Tecmo Bowl (GB) 28 Review Ninja Gaiden (Game Gear) 29 Ad Tengen 30-31 Ad Adams Family, The (TG16) 34-35 Ad Konami 37, 44 Article- Game development Sega CD 45 Ad Game Genie (NES) 46, 48 Article- System demonstrated to press Sega CD 47 Ad F-15 Strike Eagle 49 Ad Mega Man (GB) 50-51 Ad Decap Attack 52 Preview Shining Force 53 Ad Wolverine (NES) 54 Preview Rent-A-Hero 54 Preview Neutopia 2 55 Ad Raiden Trad 56 Preview Crises Force 56 Preview Tecmo Cup 56 Preview Tetris 2 57 Ad Vice: Project Doom 58 Preview GG Aleste 58 Preview Dahna 58 Preview Kabuki 59 Ad RPM Racing 62 Preview Twinkle Tale 62 Preview Isle Road 63 Ad Saint Sword 64 Preview Hyper Attax 65 Ad Ultimate Qix 66 Preview Super Aleste 66 Preview Magic Sword 67 Ad Task Force Harrier EX 68 Preview Xardion 68 Preview Super Pinball 68 Preview Top Racer 69 Ad Cadash 70 Preview Terminator 71 Ad Robocop 2 72 Preview Dimension Force 72 Preview Legend of the Mystical Ninja 73 Preview Choplifter 2 (GEN) 74 Preview Darkwing Duck 74 Preview Raiden Trad (TG16) 75 Ad Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball 76 Preview Immortal, The 76 Preview Chuck Rock 77 Ad Wurm 78 Preview Joe Montana 2 (GEN) 78 Preview Mario Lemieux Hockey 79 Ad CrossFire 80 Preview Double Dragon 2 (GB) 80 Preview GG Golf 82 Preview Ninja Gaiden (GB) 82 Preview Blaster Master Boy 84 Preview Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure 84 Preview Prince of Persia (GB) 88 Strategies/Cheats Super Mario World 89 Ad Dino Land (GEN) 90 Strategies/Cheats Pilotwings 90 Strategies/Cheats Bonk's Revenge 91 Ad Smash TV 92 Strategies/Cheats Lolo 3, The Adventures Of 92 Strategies/Cheats Castlevania II (GB) 92 Strategies/Cheats F-Zero 93 Ad F-22 Interceptor 94 Strategies/Cheats Super R-Type 94 Strategies/Cheats Outrun (GEN) 95 Ad Captain Planet and the Planeteers 96-97 Strategies/Cheats Gradius 3 96 Strategies/Cheats Castlevania II (GB) 96 Strategies/Cheats Super Mario World 97 Strategies/Cheats Revenge of Drancon 98 Strategies/Cheats Super Mario World 98 Strategies/Cheats Warrior of Rome 99 Strategies/Cheats Saint Sword 100 Preview Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 (AR 101 Rumors Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 (NE 102 Preview- AMOA Dragon's Lair II (ARC) 102 Preview- AMOA Double Axe (ARC) 102 Preview- AMOA Sonic Blast Man (ARC) 103 Preview- AMOA The Ninja Kids (ARC) 103 Preview- AMOA Road Riot 4WD (ARC) 104 Preview- AMOA Steel Talons (ARC) 104 Preview- AMOA Gunforce (ARC) 104 Preview- AMOA Wrestlefest (ARC) 104 Preview- AMOA Starblade (ARC) 109-154 Ad Lynx 160 Article- Buyer Guide SNES 161 Ad Populous 162 Article- Available SNES 163 Ad Ultimate Basketball 164-165 Ad Ultraman 166 Review Legend of the Mystical Ninja 166 Review UN Squadron 167 Ad Bill Lambeer's Combat Basketball 168 Review Hyper Zone 168 Review Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts 168 Review Populous 169 Ad Darius Twin 170-171 Ad Paperboy 172-175 Strategies/Cheats Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts 176 Coverage Extra Innings 178 Coverage RPM Racing 179-181 Ad Capcom 182-183 Coverage Super EDF 185 Ad Ultima: Runes of Virtue 186/207-209 Coverage Batman: Return of the Joker (NES) 210-211 Coverage GI Joe: The Atlantis Factor 212 Coverage Wurm 213 Ad Trog 216-222 Coverage Rolling Thunder 2 224-225 Coverage QuackShot 226 Coverage Chuck Rock 228-230 Coverage Golden Axe II 229 Ad Hook 231 Ad Castlevania II (GB) 232 Coverage Roadblasters 234 Ad Actraiser 235 Ad Dragon Warrior III 236-237 Coverage Wanderers from Y's 240-241 Ad Bonk's Revenge 242-243 Ad Joe Montana Football (Game Gear) 244-245 Coverage Sonic the Hedgehog (Master) 246-247 Coverage Ninja Gaiden (Game Gear) 248-249 Coverage Terminator 2 (GB) 252-255 Strategies/Cheats Ninja Gaiden III 258-261 Strategies/Cheats Sonic the Hedgehog 263 Ad Immortal, The 264-267 Strategies/Cheats Super R-Type 270 Ad Blaster Master Boy 271 Ad Batman: Return of the Joker (NES) 272 Back Cover Golf Grand Slam