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    Fleet Commander is a turn-based strategy game developed and published by ASCII for the Famicom on March 29, 1988.
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    Dragon Quest III (released in the USA as Dragon Warrior III) is an RPG developed by Chunsoft and published by Enix for the Famicom on February 10, 1988.
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    Original EPS file, downscaled from 300dpi. Newsstand edition.
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    Original EPS file, downscaled from 300dpi. Newsstand edition.
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    Grand Theft Auto: London (released in the USA as Grand Theft Auto: London 1969) was a standalone expansion for the original Grand Theft Auto, developed by Rockstar Games and published in Japan in June 1999.
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    Shining Force is a turn-based tactical RPG developed by Climax and published by Sega for the Mega Drive in Japan on March 20, 1992.
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    Adventure Writer was software which allowed users to create their own text adventures, published by Codewriter Ltd. for the Commodore 64 in 1984
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    Cover scan of Computer Games Issue 156.

    © 2003

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    Shining Force Gaiden is a tactical RPG developed and published by Sega for the Game Gear on December 25, 1992. Shining Force Gaiden II is a tactical RPG developed and published by Sega for the Game Gear on June 25, 1993. 116 pgs, July 15, 1993
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    Shining Soul is an action-RPG developed by Nextech and published by Sega for the Game Boy Advance on March 28, 2002. 118 pgs, May 5, 2002
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    Special issue focused on Harvest Moon published under the joint banner of Dengeki Nintendo DS and Chara Parfait.
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    Brandish is an action-RPG developed by Nihon Falcom and published by NEC for the PC Engine CD-ROM² on June 17, 1994.
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    SaGa 3 (released in the USA as Final Fantasy Legend III) is an RPG developed and published by Square for the Game Boy on December 13, 1991. Romancing SaGa is an RPG developed and published by Square for the Super Famicom on January 28, 1992.
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    ドラゴンクエストへの道 (Dragon Quest e no michi, lit. The Road to Dragon Quest) is a manga telling of the history behind the creation of Dragon Quest 282 pgs, 1990
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    The ASCII Turbofile was an external storage device for saving game positions on supported Famicom games (mostly those published by ASCII themselves). More than just a glorified save battery, this device would also allow saved data to be transferred from one game cartridge to another. So users could swap saves with friends or (in the case of games like Wizardry) transfer characters from one game in a series to the next.
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    Dragon Quest III (released in the USA as Dragon Warrior III) is an RPG developed by Chunsoft and published by Enix for the Famicom on February 10, 1988.
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    Paperback: 208 pages Publisher: Udon Entertainment; Bilingual edition (March 8, 2016)
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    Crude Buster (released in the USA as Two Crude Dudes) is a side-scrolling beat-em-up developed and published by Data East for the Mega Drive in Japan on February 28, 1992.
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    Zero4 Champ is the first in a series of racing games from Media Rings Corporation, released for the PC Engine on March 8, 1991.
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    Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei is an RPG developed by Atlus and published by Namco for the Famicom on September 11, 1987. It is the first game in the Megami Tensei franchise. 128 pgs, September 1987
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    ソロモンの鍵 (ファミコンマル勝シリーズ) Strategy guide from the editors of Comptiq magazine for Solomon no Kagi for the Famicom (released in the USA as Solomon's Key). 80 pgs, September 1986
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    Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Navigation Book *Special Edition issue of Comptiq
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    Battle Gear 2 is a racing game developed and released by Taito for Japanese arcades in 2000.
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    time crisis 1 soul edge advertising arcade from gamest

    © namco

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    From the album: Areala's Random Scatterbox

    The model used to promote Drakkan: Order of the Flame. Hel-lo, Rynn!

    © Rose Hill & Crew for PC Accelerator magazine

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