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    Mega Play Vol. 3 No. 6 January 1993
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    Do you know why I love this magazine, and the first several years of PC Gamer (which shared the same staff)? It's because the articles and reviews are written by intelligent professionals, so even reading about games I don't have the slightest interest in is a joy - something that sadly isn't all that common in video game journalism.
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    Compute! Issue 071 Vol.8, No.4 (April 1986)
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    Edited Marktrade's PC Gamer Feb 1996 scan! Newest upload [11/19/2018] - PC Gamer February 1996 Download Improved cover for database: Link Previous Files PC Gamer March 2000: Download | Archive.org PC Gamer April 2000: Lo-Res | Hi-Res SWATPRO - September 1995: Lo-Res | Hi-Res EGM's 1997 Show Guide to E3: Lo-Res | Hi-Res
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    Issue 7 March 2000 had two pages of Jingaroo outback dreamtime adventures presents "Croco-vile the Nightmare King" part 2. It is considered an advertisement and not listed on the contents page. It also says check next issue for more of the story.
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    Won the first issue of PSX Magazine!
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    GamePro (March 1999) Tomb Raider II ProStrategy Guide
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    BEFORE it was called PC Gamer, BEFORE it was called Game Players PC Entertainment, BEFORE it was called Game Player's Strategy Guide to PC Games...it was called Game Player's MS-DOS Strategy Guide, The Game Player's Guide to MS-DOS Computer Games, and Game Player's PC Buyer's Guide. At least, we think so. Most of those early issues have never been seen in the wild, so it's a little unclear exactly what was going on with all the name changes. But I want 'em.
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    There was lesser known magazine in the 90's (can't recall the name) that had Game Genie codes which claimed to allow you to play the bosses in Street Fighter II on SNES but I never found a working code online except one that caused a player 2 to glitch as a random boss. This magazine had images of the code working on SNES (could have been photoshopped).
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    Retromags Presents Game Players PC Entertainment Vol.6 No.6 November/December 1993 Thanks to Whiskcat for donating this issue to be scanned! Database Entry Download Here
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    Compute! Issue 072 Vol. 8, No. 5 (May 1986)
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    ADULTS ONLY This issue will be of particular interest to at least one person around here, as it features a two-page preview of Divi Dead. This issue also presented an unusual problem in that the last 40 pages or so look as if some kind of mold had eaten away a chunk of paper at the bottom of each page. Without spending too much time trying to recreate the missing areas, I think I managed to make it fairly unnoticeable if you aren't looking carefully. For anyone interested in knowing what I had to deal with, check out the last two pages (the inside-back cover and back cover), which I left with the missing areas as is. You can download the demo disc at archive.org here. Be aware that it requires Win95 to run. Please feel free to comment or hit the "like" button if you download this or any other file. That kind of encouragement is really the only motivation we have to keep scanning
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    Adult content: covers adult games for the PC and consoles. Please note that the demo CD-ROM included between pages 2 and 5 is counted as pages 3 and 4 in the issue's pagination. I have uploaded the CD-ROM to the Internet Archive here: https://archive.org/details/TechGian1997Sep This CD-ROM is designed to work in a 16-bit Windows environment, so it will not run on 64-bit versions of Windows unless emulating a 16-bit operating system.
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    Sega's Model 3 Racer
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    Thanks for the upload, it's always great to see another issue of GamePro pop up.
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    I don't normally hype stuff I'm working on in advance, but I just scanned something that'll probably make all of you Nintendo fanboys very happy. Think: Japan's most famous mag, from the golden age of the Famicom's lifecycle. This issue was published before there was an EGM, before there was a Gamepro, before even Nintendo Power had arrived on the scene. The review crew takes a look at Contra and there's a special 2-page review of Final Fantasy. Here's a peek at what was selling in America in January 1988: And here's my (rough) translation of the commentary on the sidebar (I'm not fluent, people). They seem amused that a shitty game like Top Gun was so high on the charts. There's a reason why the rankings are as you see them. Top Gun really IS doing well. This is a good example of name value. One of the factors in a game's success in America seems to be that the name is well known, such as a game that was a big hit in arcades or one with a celebrity's name attached. There aren't many Americans who haven't heard of Top Gun. That's why it's selling. Mike Tyson, too. And then there's "President Reagan's Absurd Big Advance (attack)"...or is there not such a thing? I can't tell if that was some kind of sick burn or not. Looking at the Japanese sales charts this issue, the only games in their top 10 that were ever even released in America are Final Fantasy (#7) and Mike Tyson's Punch-Out (#10) - the rest never made it stateside.
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    Systems Covered: Nintendo Entertainment System Features: Wrestlemania Sesame Street 1.2.3 Zelda II: The Adventure of Link Skate or Die Counselors Corner: Marble Madness Operation Wolf John Elways QB N.F.L. Football Tecmo Bowl Metal Gear Now Playing: Super Mario Bros. 2 Golgo 13 Wizards & Warriors Legend of Zelda Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest Classified Information: Double Dragon Mega Man Life Force Gauntlet Blaster Master Bionic Commando Track & Field II Video Shorts: Friday the 13th World Games Star Soldier Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Bump’n Jump Rampage Othello RoboWarrior Spy vs. Spy Gyruss QBert Pak Watch – Upcoming Games List Challenge Pebble Beach Gyruss Operation Wolf QBert Tecmo Baseball Bomberman Rock & Roller (Controller) Sesame Street 123 Star Soldier World Games Wrestlemania Friday the 13th Tecmo Bowl Track & Field II California Games Fist of the North Star Mappyland Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Marble Madness Robocop The Legacy of the Wizard Ultima Price is Right Star Trek Adventures of Bayou Billy Airwolf Bad Dudes Chesterfield Defender of the Crown Empire City 1931 Hollywood Squares Hoops John Elway’s Quarterback KnighRider Mask Rider Mystery Quest NFL Football Nightmare on Elm St. Ninja Gaiden One-On-One Sesame Street ABC Spy vs. Spy II / Mad Island Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Terra Cresta Tetris The Battlefields of Napoleon The Guardian Legend Wheel of Fortune Jr. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Amagon Faxanadu Pro Basketball Magic Johnson’s Fast Break Cobra Triangle Pinbot Trick Shooting Jump Burger