Leaderboard


Popular Content

Showing most liked content since 02/26/2017 in all areas

  1. 6 likes
    Retromags Presents! Dengeki Nintendo 64 Issue 19 December 1997 Database Entry! Download Directly!
  2. 4 likes
    Retromags Presents Game Players Nintendo Guide Issue 32 Winter Special 1991 Database Entry Download Directly
  3. 4 likes

    Version 2.0.0

    80 downloads

    This is a re-scan to replace the previous release of this issue. The previous release of this issue was the first mag I ever scanned, and it was done using a crappy all-in-one printer/fax/scanner. I was never happy with the results and finally decided I had to rescan it with my Scansnap to present it at the same high level of quality as the rest of my scans. This release is a big improvement upon the previous one, and I encourage anyone who downloaded it previously to replace it with this version. Please be aware that this issue features several page joins, including a very wide 4-page-join, which some CBR readers do not display well, causing the image to appear to be low-res and blocky. This is a fault of the CBR reader not displaying extra-wide images correctly, and not the fault of the image file, but regardless, the individual pages that make up each join are also included here and will display correctly on all CBR readers.
  4. 4 likes
    Retromags Presents! Antic Issue 27 January 1985 Database Entry! Download Directly! Thanks to Phillyman for scanning the issue (and to me for editing it)!
  5. 3 likes
    Retromags Presents Tech Gian Issue 16 February 1998 Database Entry Download Directly
  6. 3 likes
    Retromags Presents! Compute! Issue 56 January 1985 Database Entry! Download Directly! Thanks to Phillyman for scanning the issue (and to me for editing it)!
  7. 3 likes
    Retromags Presents! Antic Issue 32 June 1985 Database Entry! Download Directly! Thanks to Phillyman for scanning the issue (and to me for editing it)!
  8. 3 likes
    Electronic Games, September 1994 Info/download page - https://archive.org/details/Electronic-Games-1994-09
  9. 2 likes
    Retromags Presents! Antic Issue 31 May1985 Database Entry! Download Directly! Thanks to Phillyman for scanning the issue (and to me for editing it)!
  10. 2 likes
    Retromags Presents Mortal Kombat Trilogy Strategy Guide (supplement from EGM 88 November 1996) Thanks to MkMoveList for scanning/editing! Database Entry Download Directly
  11. 2 likes

    Version 1.0.0

    24 downloads

    .
  12. 2 likes
    It's worse than you realize. What with all the leftover radiation from the damaged reactor, those aren't just ordinary boars. Luckily, this is Japan, so there are bound to be some ninja willing to lend a hand.
  13. 2 likes
    Computer Games issue 135 is now available over at OGM.
  14. 2 likes

    Version 1.0.0

    58 downloads

    Coverage includes: The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time Diddy Kong Racing Yoshi's Story F-Zero 64 Bomberman 64 Snowboard Kids Pokemon Gold/Silver 64 DD etc.
  15. 2 likes

    Version 1.0.0

    24 downloads

    .
  16. 2 likes
    Computer Games issue 146 is also now available over at OGM. Hopefully this issues cover won't annoy kitsunebi77 quite so much
  17. 2 likes
    Computer Games issue 145 is also now available over at OGM.
  18. 2 likes
    Issue 73 of PC Gamer (USA) is now available over at OGM
  19. 2 likes
    Are the gallery image previews broken now? Electronic Games, July 1995 Info/download page - https://archive.org/details/Electronic-Games-1995-07
  20. 2 likes
    My PC Gamer (USA) package arrived yesterday. First off the scanner is issue 122
  21. 1 like
    To put the Japanese gaming scene in perspective, there's an article in this issue comparing the strategy sections in seven different monthly magazines that exclusively cover adult PC games. Meanwhile, at the time the mag was published, there was only one mag that covered non-adult PC games (which has since been canceled, leaving a grand total of zero non-adult computer gaming mags.) This also helps to explain why systems such as PC Engine/TurboGrafx16 and Sega Saturn were so successful in Japan despite failing in the US, since they were the ones that published lots of erotic games and dating sims.
  22. 1 like
    Computer Games issue 174 is now available over at OGM.
  23. 1 like
  24. 1 like
  25. 1 like
  26. 1 like
  27. 1 like
    I haven't looked at anything you've scanned since getting the Scansnap but I sure hope this statement isn't literally true. Just dropping a mag into the feeder and letting it run is pretty much 100% guaranteed to leave you with a bunch of pages ruined by scan lines. All it takes is a particle of dust to get on the glass, and every page scanned thereafter will be ruined and need to be rescanned. Unless of course you don't mind scan lines and leave them in there in which case congratulations you just discovered my Most Hated Thing :knash teeth:
  28. 1 like
    God yes. Playing games just to "beat" them or cross them off a list is no way to enjoy yourself. You should only play what you want, when you want. For some people like myself, that might mean going 6 months or more in between gaming sessions, but that's fine, too. Adults have busy lives, and we all choose how to use our limited free time in different ways. Just because I almost never make time for gaming doesn't mean I don't have an interest in games, and it doesn't disqualify me from hanging out here on a daily basis (although maybe if I stayed away from RM I actually would have some time to play games )
  29. 1 like
    I didn't make this, but it's really cool. https://s14.postimg.org/6wltdovyn/list_of_worthwhile_dos_games.jpg
  30. 1 like
    http://www.mediafire.com/view/sqd9aa2ss8ribod/13a.jpg http://www.mediafire.com/view/jg9g7wk937q10jb/13b.jpg http://www.mediafire.com/view/kbzi886tl435q8h/13c.jpg Here are the rescanned files with the correct height. Also it was shipped with EGM November 1996.
  31. 1 like
  32. 1 like
  33. 1 like
  34. 1 like
  35. 1 like
  36. 1 like
    Woohoo!! More Japanese goodies! *huggles* Areala
  37. 1 like
    Ah yes, the Amiga. Superior in every way to DOS computers until the VGA/sound card era finally rolled around, and yet still made hardly a blip in the US. So although I'm aware of how most EGA games from the 80s had a superior Amiga version available, I've never actually played any or seen any played, since I never knew a single person who owned one. Flight sims were generally too hardcore for my tastes, although Chuck Yeager was one of the more casual-gamer-friendly ones. I really enjoyed space combat sims like the X-Wing series, but those were of course much simpler to play than a hyper-realistic flight sim. EDIT: Thank you, RM for automatically capitalizing and hyperlinking a word that happens to also be the title of a magazine. It feels good to not have any control over what I'm saying and also Areala is the most awesome admin of any forum anywhere and we should all worship her while we have the opportunity.
  38. 1 like
    Computer Games issue 158 is now available over at OGM.
  39. 1 like
    Retromags Presents! Compute! Issue 78 November 1986 Database Entry! Download Directly! Thanks to Phillyman for scanning the issue (and to me for editing it)!
  40. 1 like
    Computer Games issue 172 is now available over at OGM.
  41. 1 like
    Sure that would help me out In the Team Members section is a link to all my unedited scans, just watch that location and you will see them all my scans pop up over the next few days.
  42. 1 like
    I wanna smell that sweet aroma of scanner wheels burning rubber!!!!! NEXT!!!!!
  43. 1 like
  44. 1 like
    No time for a break Computer Games issue 164 is now available over at OGM
  45. 1 like
    I am out for now, because i'm updating my manuals collection. P.S. Meanwhile, i've received a package with 200+ magazines... P.P.S. ...and started to scan two books with PC games descriptions.
  46. 1 like
    The most recent systems I have bought are actually not the newest Kids on the block you might say. I went on a bit of a retro console obsession last year. Ended up buying a NES with RGB mod. Simply stunning razor sharp graphics on an Original console. After that I also bought en RGB modded SNES mini/jr. As far as I am concerned the Original hardware with mods is simply the best way to play the games. Finally, I also bought the nes classic mini. Regular pre order since i detest al the flipping and scalping.
  47. 1 like

    Version

    83 downloads

    Nintendo-only coverage featuring: Hey You, Pikachu The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Bomberman 64 Diddy Kong Racing Castlevania 64 Quest 64 Goldeneye and more...
  48. 1 like
    The first game I ever played was donkey kong country. My mother loved the game and loved playing so me and her played it together though I never did beat with her from my recounting of it.
  49. 1 like

    Version

    34 downloads

    File imported by an administrator
  50. 1 like
    Systems Covered: Nintendo Entertainment System Game Boy Super Nintendo Nintendo CD-ROM NES: Captain America and the Avengers T&C 2: Thrilla's Surfari Yoshi Gameboy: Star Trek Turn 'N Burn/Top Gun Ultra Golf Boggle Plus Missile Command SNES: The Addams Family WWF Super Wrestlemania Super Smash TV Comics: The Legend of Zelda Super Mario Bros. Nester's Adventures Classified Information: Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts Gradius III Super Castlevania III U.N. Squadron Super E.D.F. Earth Defence Force Extra Innings Super Tennis Over Horizon Sword Master Elevator Action FaceBall 2000 Now Playing: AD&D Pool of Radiance Captain America and the Avengers Gemfire Hook... Race America T&C II: Thrilla's Surfari Toxic Crusaders Wacky Races Missile Command Prophecy: The Viking Child The Addams Family Smash TV Counselor's Corner: Final Fantasy II Super Mario World Final Fantasy Adventure StarTropics