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    NewType Gaming Volume 2 Number 2 (April-May 1995)
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    Super NES Buyer's Guide Issue 04 (September 1992)
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    Tips & Tricks Issue 046 (December 1998)
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    PSExtreme Issue 27 (February 1998)
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    Tips & Tricks Issue 045 (November 1998)
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    Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 19 (August 1990)
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    Retromags Presents! Tips & Tricks Issue 046 (December 1998) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Donated By: CIVICMINDED Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Retromags Presents! PSExtreme Issue 27 (February 1998) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Donated By: CIVICMINDED Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Retromags Presents! Super NES Buyer's Guide Issue 04 (September 1992) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Donated By: CIVICMINDED Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Retromags Presents! NewType Gaming Volume 2 Number 2 (April-May 1995) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Donated By: CIVICMINDED Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Retromags Presents! Tips & Tricks Issue 045 (November 1998) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day    Donated By: CIVICMINDED Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    I may, can you put the covers in this thread and I will look for them over the weekend.
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    Retromags Presents! Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 19 (August 1990) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day Edited By: E-Day Uploaded By: E-Day Donated By: CIVICMINDED Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!
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    Tips & Tricks Issue 041 (July 1998)
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    Tips & Tricks Issue 040 (June 1998)
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    Tips & Tricks Issue 049 (March 1999)
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    Tips & Tricks Issue 047 (January 1999)
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    Tips & Tricks Issue 043 (September 1998)
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    PSM, 100% Independent PlayStation 2 Magazine is a monthly magazine devoted to Sony consoles and games. It is the only PlayStation-specific magazine in the US apart from Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine, the oldest currently in production (by a month), and also the one with the highest circulation. Future Publishing also produces magazines in several European countries titled PSM (the UK edition is currently called PSM2). While the magazines occasionally share similar visual designs, they all have different editorial teams and do not share any editorial content. History PSM was the final major magazine launch by Imagine Publishing, the original name of Future's US division. It followed after Ultra Game Players, PC Gamer, Next Generation, and the online Imagine Games Network, and like these magazines, PSM borrowed a great deal of its design from Future's British mag stable, ensuring a unique look for the US market. Much of the original staff (including editor-in-chief Chris Slate, the longest-tenured game-mag EIC currently in the industry) jumped over from the original Game Players, and many more joined the staff once Ultra Game Players ran its course. For its first year or so, PSM was marketed towards a relatively young audience in order to compete for GamePro's share of the marketplace. Issues came packed with disc-tray or memory-card stickers, screenshot captions were mostly humorous, and the covers were all original creations by comic-book artists with official company art only rarely used. However, as the PlayStation's audience proved to skew older than those of other game systems, PSM began to slant more hardcore in its coverage, although its Brit-mag design and flippant captions are still in full force today. (Imagine made one more attempt at the children's audience with PS Max in 1999, but that went nowhere fast.) PSM's average paid circulation in 2005 was 312,215. Its readership has surpassed OPM's for most of the decade in the US, despite its "unofficial" status.
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    Tips & Tricks premier Issue!
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    In-depth strategies for: WWF Wrestlemania Air Combat Scooby-Doo Mystery (Genesis) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition D
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    PRIMARY SYSTEMS COVERAGE Nintendo Entertainment System Nintendo Game Boy Sega Master System Sega Genesis Atari ST IBM PC Amiga Macintosh Commodore 64 NEC TurboGrafx-16 arcade FEATURES (Contents page excerpts) Michael Jackson's Moonwalker: A Video-Game Thriller by Andy Eddy Sega has brought lots of celebrities to the Genesis, though all but one have simply lent their name to the game. Read about the game-developing collaboration between Sega and Michael Jackson. Medallions And Magic: A Player's Guide To Neutopia (TG16), Part I by Clayton Walnum The journey to gather the eight medallions will take you through many strange lands. Follow our hints as we lead you through the first half of this intriguing adventure. Electronic Arts Takes On The Video-Game Market by Andy Eddy Electronic Arts owns a giant chunk of the computer-game world, and now it wants to try its hand with the NES and Genesis. Read on to discover what you'll soon be seeing from EA's studios. Battling The Behemoth: A Player's Guide To Shadowgate (NES) by Clayton Walnum Shadowgate is filled with complex puzzles that will keep gamers busy for hours on end, but if you're stuck, our adventuring expert will chaperon you to safety. Genesis And TurboGrafx-16 Take On The 16-Bit Computers: A Technical Overview by Frank Eva The next-generation video-game systems are powerful machines, but how well do they stack up to 16-bit home computers? Off-The-Wall Games: The Weird Anthology Disks by Joyce Worley Ever since the Games series of computer software appeared, lots of others have tried to duplicate - and surpass - Epyx's success. Here's a look at some of those oddball compilations. Computer-Game Strategies by Frank Tetro, Jr. Millions of gamers turn to the advice of our resident expert. (Just kidding.) Don't miss out as we dole out tips for Super Hang-On (ST / C64 / PC / Mac) and Ballistix (Amiga / ST / C64 / PC). REVIEWS Video-Game Reviews Michael Andretti's World GP (NES) King of Casino (TG16) Burai Fighter (NES) Bigfoot (NES) A Nightmare on Elm Street (NES) Tombs and Treasures (NES) Top Gun II (NES) The Battle of OIympus (NES) Shove It! - The Warehouse Game (Gen) Golden Axe (SMS) Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (SMS) Computer-Game Reviews Conquest of Camelot: The Search for the Grail (ST / PC) Heat Wave (Amiga / ST / C64 / PC) Richard and Alan's Escape From Hell (PC) Gold of the Americas (Amiga / PC) Starflight 2: Trade Routes of the Cloud Nebula (PC) Bandit Kings of Ancient China (Amiga / PC) The Colonel's Bequest (Amiga / ST / PC / Mac) MicroLeague Wrestling II (Amiga / PC) NY Warriors (Amiga / ST / PC) Pro Tennis Tour (Amiga / ST / PC / C64) DEPARTMENTS Editor's Letter by Andy Eddy Reader Mail News Bits compiled by Joyce Worley SPA Presents Software Awards Changing Hardware Stuns Computer Game Sales Strike Eagle Lands in Arcade Magnavox Wins Damages From Mediagenic Activision Unveils Games for NES, Game Boy, Genesis Acclaim Adds SuperPlay Handheld Games Electronic Arts Wins "Best Software Publisher" Awards Tengen Gets Award Commodore Pulls Plug on Entertainment Software FBI Nabs Game Pirate GI Joe, The Simpsons Coming to NES California Dreams Joins EA Affiliate-Label Program Industry Veteran Rewords Webster's NEC TurboGrafx-16 Gains Support Alan Kay Predicts Future of Computers Top Coin-Ops of April 1990 Game Show Inspires Smash T.V. Tip Sheet by Donn Nauert Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES) Easter Egg Hunt Bad News Baseball (NES) Iron Tank (NES) World Championship Wrestling (NES) Moto Roader (TG16) J.J. and Jeff (TG16) Burai Fighter (NES) Astyanax (NES) Code Name: Viper (NES) Cybernoid (NES) Hydlide (NES) Vegas Dream (NES) Cyber Core (TG16) Phantasy Star II (Gen) Truxton (Gen) Yea & Nay Gaming On The Go - Game Boy Grab Bag by Maurice Molyneaux (Portable game reviews - this issue, focusing entirely on Game Boy.) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (GB) The Amazing Spiderman (GB) Skate or Die (GB) Quarth (GB) Space Invaders (GB) Nemesis (GB) CosmoTank (GB) Destination Arcadia by Donn Nauert (This issue, a trio of game reviews.) Vapor Trail (arcade) Cadash (arcade) D.J. Boy (arcade) Game Doctor - All the Questions That Are Fit to Print by The Game Doctor Inside Gaming - CD: Revolution Or Hype? by Arnie Katz (Excerpt:) This month interactive CD is the subject on his mind. Advertiser Index COVER (Contents page excerpt) Michael Jackson, one of the biggest entertainers of our time, gives a hand to Sega to create an exciting journey into this world of videos in Moonwalker for the Genesis. Turn to page 32 for a sneak peek. Photography: Sam Emerson. Background Art: Alan Hunter.
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    Start Monitor: Onimusha 2, Guest Column with Tim Longo (Designer of Star Fighter), PS2 Broadband Network Revealed, Comcast Preps G4, Nihon Game Otaku, Lord of the Rings The Movie...The Game, Interview with Auto Modellista Producer Yoshihiro Sudo, Checkpoint Reviews: · Maximo Ghosts to Glory · Jade Cocoon 2 · Legends of Wrestling · NFL GameDay 2002 · Dragon Rage · Parappa The Rapper 2 · Wave Rally · NBA 2K2 · Drakan: The Ancients' Gates · Grandia II · X Games Snowboarding 2002 · Gitaroo Man · Rez · Wizardy: Forsaken Land · Max Payne PSM 10: Our Games of the Year Previews: · Tekken 4 · Airblade · UFC: Throwdown · State of Emergency · Bloodrayne · Jedi Starfighter · Final Fantasy XI · Spider-Man: The Movie · Kingdoms Hearts Strategy: · Maximo Ghosts to Glory · Metal Gear Solid 2 · Final Fantasy X · Codes for: Half-Life, 18 Wheeler Pro Trucking, Shawn Palmer's Snowboarding, Harvest Moon, ESPN PrimeTime 2002, The Simpsons: Road Rage, WWF Smackdown, Batman: Vengeance, Twisted Metal Small Brawl, Gitaroo Man Letters Reset