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    91 downloads

    This scan was made for everyone, so please download it, share it with your friends and enjoy! If you share this scan elsewhere, please say that the file came from Retromags, where anyone can download it for free. Magazine preservation is for everyone. Thank you! このスキャンは皆のために作ったので、ぜひダウンロードして、友達に伝いて、楽しんでください!もしほかのところでこのスキャンを分け合ったら、そこで「このファイルはRetromagsからで、そこでタダでダウンロードすることできる」と伝いて下さい。雑誌電子化は皆のために。よろしくお願いします! PS: Please don't upload this file to the Internet Archive.
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    100 downloads

    Secret of Mana - Official Game Secrets
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    79 downloads

    Resident Evil Director's Cut (Prima's Unauthorized Guide to)
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    38 downloads

    Spacestation Silicon Valley - Prima's Official Strategy Guide
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    93 downloads

    Resident Evil - The Official Strategy Guide
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    37 downloads

    Star Wars Star Fighter - Prima's Official Strategy Guide
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    36 downloads

    Smuggler's Run - Prima's Official Strategy Guide
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    48 downloads

    Silent Scope - Prima's Official Strategy Guide
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    21 downloads

    Street Fighter Alpha Strategy Guide
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    I get unreasonably excited when I see another Famitsu release. Thank you, @kitsunebi! *huggles* Areala
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    Retromags Presents! Famitsu Issue 0067 (February 3, 1989) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: kitsunebi    Edited By: kitsunebi    Uploaded By: kitsunebi    Donated By: ccovell Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    It's actually very simple. Just like all Japanese magazines or books, if the text is printed vertically, it will be read right to left. If the text is horizontal, it will be read left to right.
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    52 downloads

    Red Faction - Prima's Official Strategy Guide
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    Yeah, the USA magazine (RIP) was a casualty of the USA's geography. The logistics of shipping magazines across an area that wide makes if astronomically more expensive than in a country the size of Japan. If over 1/3 of the population of the USA lived in California, that's Japan in a nutshell. Sure California is still big (as states go), but if it had 126 million people living there, that's a very densely populated location. Mags wouldn't have to be shipped nearly so far, nor to anywhere near the number of different locations as if they were serving the entire continental USA. So the publishers can afford to publish their mags without as much dependence on ad revenue. Also, unlike American mags, Japanese magazine publishers are the same publishers making all the strategy guides, and most times, the games as well. So a mag like Famitsu, published by ASCII, and later Kadokawa (which publishes almost all Japanese game mags still in print today, and has its own games division as well), is full of all kinds of cross promotion. They can write about the games that their own company publishes, and also print multi-part strategy guides in their issues for those games, which they can then collect in book form and publish as separate strategy guides as well. So you've got games, magazines, and guides all made by the same publisher - it makes keeping your mag in print way more feasible, even without the previously mentioned advantage of Japan's geographical advantage.
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    You should check this mag out. I've been reading a bit of it every now and then, pretty interesting so far. I'm considering buying more issues to scan (if it's not a pain in the ass to find them).
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    Retromags Presents! Star Wars Star Fighter - Prima's Official Strategy Guide 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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    Here is yet another Gamest Mook that I found, this time for R-Type Delta. That's the good news. The bad news is that when scanned it cuts off a sizeable amount of text near the bindings as shown with the two-page spreads (the "Y" and "P" are almost gone). This affects the interview near the end of the mook. Unfortunately this means the whole thing will have to be re-scanned. But it's better than nothing I guess. https://archive.org/details/r-type-gamest-ex-69/mode/2up
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    Retromags Presents! Spacestation Silicon Valley - Prima's Official Strategy Guide 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! Smuggler's Run - Prima's Official Strategy Guide 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! Silent Scope - Prima's Official Strategy Guide 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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    Good lord. I recently made fun of a Famicom mag for putting Dragon Quest on its cover 19 issues in a row. But as I add Famitsu Xbox to our database, I just noticed that it has Dead or Alive somewhere on its cover a total of 43 out of its 44 issues. God knows why that one solitary issue didn't mention DoA on the cover. Probably a mistake, I suppose. I bet someone lost their job for that oversight...
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    You are correct, @archelon. Game Informer moved to its larger footprint with issue #91 in November of 2000. Their cover price jumped by a dollar to compensate for the cost of printing in that format. As questions go, that was a pretty easy one. The real head scratchers are the ones where someone is like, "At some point between when I was in 8th grade and my junior year of college, I remember a magazine printed a sidebar about a game. It might have been for the Super Nintendo, Genesis, PlayStation, Saturn, 3DO, DOS, Macintosh, or maybe it never got released. I think it was either an RPG or a Flight Sim, like, you either flew on or over a dinosaur, maybe? Some company I never heard of made it. There was one screenshot that was either in black and white or color. The game title had a B, or maybe a D, or a W in it. It definitely started with 'The' (I think). Can anyone help me?" *huggles* Areala
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    Newest upload [05/23/2020] - Famimaga July 1987 https://archive.org/details/famimaga-jul-1987
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    https://archive.org/details/RetroGameArtbooksAndIllustrations https://archive.org/details/randomartbookcollect These two have a lot of nice books but it's all dumped in a big collection.
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    When a book is over 1000 pages, who in their right mind would want to read a digital copy, anyway? Flipping through that many pages quickly to find something specific is far easier done with a book than with a digital copy. There's probably an index in the back to make it even easier. Personally, I think strategy guides, even thin ones, are FAR better to own in print form. If I have a question about what to do in a game and I'm on my computer, I can get better information from a FAQ or youtube walkthrough faster than finding it in a strategy guide, whether real or digital. But if I was AWAY from my computer, playing the game on my couch or whatever, then I could have a print guide open in my lap if need be. So that's where a strategy guide's value is, in my opinion. Magazines are for reading, so that can be done anywhere, making digital just as good as print. But strategy guides are just better on paper. Imagine needing to find a definition of a word. Connected to the internet? A super-fast search finds the answer. Offline? A real dictionary will be infinitely faster than a digital dictionary on CBR or even searchable PDF. Things meant to be read in order are fine as digital copies. Reference works meant to be flipped through out of order are best in physical format. EDIT for clarification: I don't mean to sound like I'm criticizing anyone for scanning strategy guides. Digital is better than nothing if the print guide is no longer available to purchase.
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    Retromags Presents! Resident Evil - The Official Strategy Guide 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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    54 downloads

    Quake for Nintendo 64 - Prima's Official Strategy Guide
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    Retromags Presents! Nintendo Super NES Player's Guide 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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    So there are two "official" strategy guides for this game? I thought that was...impossible?
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    As all the strategy guides are edited and are currently being released, I have taken an editing break and am doing some manual scanning. There are still some items with @Crimsonfox and @jonphilmitch waiting to be edited (though during the pandemic there are much more important priorities for people so those might be a while). These manual scan will include several updated scans for VG&CE as some scans are 12 years old. Scanning all of these has reminded me how much scanning manually sucks. Beyond Gaming Issue 04 (October 1991) EGM 1993 Video Game Preview Guide EGM CES 1994 Video Game Preview Guide EGM2 Official Fighter's Guide 1995 EGM's Guide to Role-Playing Adventure Games EGM's Video Game Accessory Guide Grey Matters Volume 3 Inside EASN Volume 1 Issue 1 (1992) Inside EASN Volume 1 Issue 2 (1992) Inside EA Sports Volume 2 Issue 1 (1993) Masters of the Game NewType Gaming Volume 2 Number 2 Nintendo Sticker Activity Album Sony Imagesoft Super NES Buyer's Guide Issue 04 (September 1992) Team EGM Tips & Tricks Issue 026 (April 1997) Tips & Tricks Issue 027 (May 1997) Tips & Tricks Issue 028 (June 1997) Tips & Tricks Issue 029 (July 1997) Tips & Tricks Issue 030 (August 1997) Tips & Tricks Issue 031 (September 1997) Tips & Tricks Issue 032 (October 1997) Tips & Tricks Issue 033 (November 1997) Tips & Tricks Issue 034 (December 1997) Tips & Tricks Issue 035 (January 1998) Tips & Tricks Issue 036 (February 1998) TurboPlay Issue 01 (June-July 1990) TurboPlay Issue 14 (August-September 1992) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 03 (April 1989) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 08 (September 1989) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 09 (October 1989) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 10 (November 1989) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 11 (December 1989) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 12 (January 1990) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 13 (February 1990) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 16 (May 1990) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 17 (June 1990) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 19 (August 1990) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 20 (September 1990) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 25 (February 1991) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 26 (March 1991) Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 34 (November 1991) Scan count: 593 After that will be a bunch of PSExtreme, Tips & Tricks, and three early 90s GamePro rescans.
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    192 downloads

    Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 198 (December 2005)
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    67 downloads

    Blast Corps Unauthorized Game Secrets
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    Insert Coin Interface Letters to the Editor Fandom Central - Fanzines and Prozines - Both Good Press Start Gaming Gossip Tricks of the Trade: Mortal Kombat II (Super NES, Genesis) Tae Kwon Do (Super Famicom) Super Power League 2 (Super Famicom) Bomberman GB (Game Boy) Fatal Fury 2 (Game Boy, Super NES) John Madden Football (3DO) Wild Guns (Super NES) Fatal Fury Special (Super Famicom) Osu! Karate Club (Super Famicom) R-Type 3 (Super NES) Mega Man 5 (Game Boy) Double Dragon V (Genesis) Dynamite Headdy (Genesis) Cyber Slider (Super NES) Galactic Defenders (Super NES) Samurai Shodown (Super NES) Battle Blaze (Super NES) Barkley: Shut Up & Jam! (Genesis) Pac-Attack (Super NES) Streets of Rage III (Genesis) King of Dragons (Super NES) Art of Fighting 2 (Neo Geo) Super Metroid (Super NES) RoboCop vs. Terminator (Genesis) Sunset Riders (Super NES) Rocko's Modern Life (Super NES) Chuck Rock II (Genesis) Next Wave: Myst (Sega CD) Dinopark Tycoon (3DO) Brandish (Super NES) Tee Off (32X) Corpse Killer (Sega CD) Rise of the Phoenix (Super NES) Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday (Super NES) Justice League (Super NES) Supreme Warrior (Sega CD) The Shadow (Super NES) Blades (Super NES) Jammit (3DO) International Outlook: Super Parodious (Super Famicom), Double Dragon (Neo Geo), Strider (PC Engine Super CD), Great Battle IV (Super Famicom), Toshinden (PlayStation), Feda (Super Famicom), Makendo 2 (Super Famicom), Battle Soccer 2 (Super Famicom), Ridge Racer (PlayStation) Arcade Action: Fast Draw Showdown, Power Instinct 2, Virtua Cop, Tattoo Assassins, X-Men, Mortal Kombat The Movie Special Feature! Sega Saturn Special Feature: Neo Geo CD - Art of Fighting, Art of Fighting 2, Samurai Shodown, Fatal Fury 2 Special ECTS CD-i Preview: Lost Eden, Rise of the Robots, Creature Shock Special Feature: Final Fantasy III Special Feature! From Aero to Zero in three generations! Super NES: Super Adventure Island II seaQuest DSV Super Bonk Power Instinct The Tick Biker Mice from Mars The Brainies Full Throttle Racing Sink or Swim Pieces Genesis: Sonic & Knuckles Syndicate Brutal Paws of Fury Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures Skeleton Krew Lemmings 2: The Tribes The Lawnmower Man (Sega CD) 3DO: Star Control II CD-I: Kingdom
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    Insert Coin Interface Letters to the Editor Fandom Central - An Introduction to a Paper Party Press Start Gaming Gossip Tricks of the Trade: F-1 Roc II (Super NES) Rokudenashi Blues (Super Famicom) Ranma 1/2: Super Battle (Super Famicom) Art of Fighting (Super Famicom) Stunt race FX (Super NES) Jeopardy: Sports Edition (Genesis) Mega Turrican (Genesis) Lethal Enforcers (Super Famicom) Cotton 100% (Super Famicom) Sonic Blastman 2 (Super Famicom) Dynamite Headdy (Genesis) Aladdin (Game Gear) Kirby's Pinball Land (Game Boy) Super Mario Land 3: Wario Land (Game Boy) Super Troll Island (Super Famicom) Saturday Night Slam Masters (Super Famicom) Super Street Fighter II (Super NES) Mega Man Soccer (Super NES) Chavez (Super NES) Pirates of Dark Water (Super NES) Fatal Fury 2 (Super Famicom) Super Bomberman 2 (Super Famicom) T2: The Arcade Game (Super NES) Outrunners (Genesis) The Terminator (Super NES) Next Wave: Ristar: The Shooting Star (Genesis) Wild Guns (Super NES) Looney Tunes: Hoop it Up (Super NES) Uniracers (Super NES) Mega Man: The Wily Wars (Genesis) Captain Commando (Super NES) The Punisher (Genesis) Myst (Sega CD) Dungeons & Dragons Slayer (3DO) Robotrek (Super NES) X-Men (Super NES) Puzzle Madness (Super NES) Sonic & Knuckles (Genesis) Stargate (Super NES) Aero Fighters 2 (Neo Geo) Lion King (Super NES, Genesis) Loadstar (Sega CD) Cadillacs & Dinosaurs (Sega CD) Viewpoint (Genesis) International Outlook: Ghost Chaser Densei (Super Famicom), Ragnacenty (Mega Drive), Boy Ninja Sasuke (Super Famicom), Drift King-Highway Battle '94 (Super Famicom), Zig Zag Cat (Super Famicom) Arcade Action: Darkstalkers, Virtua Cop, Fast Draw Showdown, Alien vs. Predator, Daytona USA Deluxe, Fighter's History Dynamite Special Feature! 3DO - Samurai Shodown, Road Rash, Gex, Slayer, FIFA International Soccer, Star Control II, Alone in the Dark, Return Fire, Demolition Man, Sesame Street Numbers Special Feature: Sega 32X Super NES: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Popeye Tecmo Super Baseball Demon's Crest Mega Man X2 Super Punch Out Batman The Animated Series Michael Jordan in Chaos in the Windy City Kidd Klown in Crazy Chase Genesis: Zero Tolerence College Football's National Championships Aero the Acro Bat 2 Jurassic Park Rampage Edition Starblade (Sega CD) Battlecorps (Sega CD) CD-I: Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp Game Gear: Beavis & Butthead
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    707 downloads

    File imported by an administrator
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    Insert Coin Interface Letters to the Editor Fandom Central - The Price of Fan Activity Press Start Gaming Gossip Tricks of the Trade: Donkey Kong Country (Super NES) Sparkster (Super Famicom) Art of Fighting 2 (Super Famicom) Samurai Shodown (Game Gear, Game Boy) Hagane (Super NES) Doom (Jaguar) Double Dragon V (NES) Bassin's Black Bass (Super NES) WWF Raw (Genesis) Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure (Super NES) Contra: The Alien Wars (Game Boy) Guardian Wars (3DO) Contra Hard Corps (Genesis) Burn Cycle (CD-i) Super Bomberman 2 (Super NES) Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel (Super NES) X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse (Super NES) Next Wave: PO'ed (3DO) Green Lantern (Super NES) Pyramid Intruder (3DO) Earthworm Jim (Game Boy) Penn & Teller's Smoke & Mirrors (Sega CD) Myst (Saturn) Mutant Chronicles (Super NES) Thunder in Paradise (CD-i) Wing Commander III (3DO) Secret of Evermore (Super NES) Dynoblaze (3DO) Swat Katz (Super NES) Theme Park (Super NES) International Outlook: Lady Stalker (Super Famicom), Clockwork Knight (Saturn), Live Power Pro Baseball (PlayStation), Belzerion (3DO) Arcade Action: Cyber Commando, Primal Rage, Tekken, Gunbird, Sega Rally Championship Special Feature! Behind the scenes with the makers of Sega Rally! Special Feature! EGM takes a closer look at the minds behind VF2 Special Feature! Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millenium (Genesis) Winter CES'95: Las Vegas Super NES: Pac-In-Time Bust-A-Move Desert Demolition starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote Genesis: X-Men 2: Clone Wars The Itchy & Scratchy Game Sega CD: Earthworm Jim: Special Edition Battle Frenzy 32X: Space Harrier Tempo 3DO: Crime Patrol
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    Insert Coin Interface Letters to the Editor Fandom Central - The Good, the Bad and the Neofannish Press Start Gaming Gossip Tricks of the Trade: · Judge Dredd (Super NES) · Boogerman (Genesis) · Kirby's Dreamland (Game Boy) · Gex (3DO) · Urban Strike (Super NES) · Decent (PC) · Battle Arena Toshinden (PlayStation) · Shadow Squadron (32X) · Judge Dredd (Genesis, Super NES) · Club Drive (Jaguar) · Super Bomberman 3 (Super NES) · Kyle Petty's No Fear Racing (Super NES) · HELL: A Cyberpunk Thriller (3DO) Next Wave: · Agile Warrior (PlayStation) · Hyper 3-D Pinball (Saturn) · The 11th Hour (3DO, Saturn, PlayStation) · Ground Stroke (PlayStation) · Street Fighter: The Movie (PlayStation) · Spot Goes to Hollywood (PlayStation, Saturn, 32X) · Civilization (Super NES) · Kileak: The DNA Imperative (PlayStation) · Raiden Project (PlayStation) · Rock N' Roll Racing 2 (PlayStation) International Outlook: Puyo Puyo (Super Famicom), Arc the Lad (PlayStation) Arcade Action: Rave Racer, Tekken 2, Don Pachi, Street Fighter Alpha, Mortal Kombat 3 Special Feature: Battle Arena Toshinden (PlayStation) Special Feature: Mega Man 7 (Super NES) Super NES: · Weaponlord · Demolition Man Sega CD: · Wirehead Saturn: · Cyber Speedway PlayStation: · Warhawk Missions 3DO: · Strahl
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    Insert Coin Interface Letters to the Editor Fandom Central - The Good Zines part 3 Press Start Gaming Gossip Tricks of the Trade: Star Wars: Rebel Assault (3DO) Looney Tunes B-Ball (Super NES) Ogre Battle (Super NES) Eternal Champions (Sega CD) Gex (3DO) Panzer Dragoon (Saturn) Panic (Sega CD) NBA Jam Tournament Edition (Genesis) Heads or Tails: Mortal Kombat 3 Next Wave: Rayman (PlayStation, Saturn) Dragon (Super NES) Virtual Hydlide (Saturn) Ice Breaker (3DO) Panzer General (3DO) Zhadnost (3DO) Demolition Man (Genesis) Strahl (3DO) Ballz - Director's Cut (3DO) Total Eclipse Turbo (PlayStation) International Outlook: Final Fight 3 (Super Famicom), Virtua Fighter Remix (Saturn), Super Bomberman 3 (Super Famicom), Battle Monsters (Saturn) Arcade Action: P-47 Aces, Virtua Striker, Cool Riders, Street Fighter Alpha, World Heroes Perfect Special Feature! Tekken 2 Special Feature: Chrono Trigger (Super NES) Special Feature: WipeOut Special Feature: Nova Storm, Assault Rigs, Krazy Ivan, Destruction Derby Super NES: Killer Instinct Doom Genesis: Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story 32X: Blackthorne 3DO: Syndicate Jaguar: Rayman
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    Insert Coin Interface Letters to the Editor Fandom Central - The Good Zines part 2 Press Start Gaming Gossip Tricks of the Trade: Flink (Sega CD) Bust-A-Move (Super NES) Daytona USA (Saturn) Golf Magazine Presents 36 Great Holes starring Fred Couples (32X) Super Punch Out (Super NES) Ristar (Genesis) Ballz (Genesis) Virtua Fighter (Saturn) Val d'Isere Skiing (Jaguar) Earthworm Jim Special Edition (Sega CD) Aero the Acro Bat 2 (Genesis) Panzer Dragoon (Saturn) Demon's Crest (Super NES) Heads or Tails: Mortal Kombat 3, Street Fighter: The Movie Next Wave: Bloodties (PlayStation) Nightmare Circus (Genesis) Wild Woody (Sega CD) Darkstalkers (PlayStation) Project Overkill (PlayStation) Beyond Zero Tolerance (Genesis) Syndicate: The Corporate Wars (PlayStation) Discworld (PlayStation) 3-D Lemmings (PlayStation) Criticom (PlayStation) Street Fighter: The Movie (Saturn, PlayStation) WildC.A.T.S. (Super Nintendo, Genesis) Gargoyles (Super NES, Genesis) I Have no Mouth and I Must Scream (PlayStation) Dark Seed II (PlayStation) International Outlook: Shadowrun (Mega CD), Mystic Ark, (Super Famicom), Virtual Hydlide (Saturn) Arcade Action: Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter: The Movie Strategy Guide, Savage Reign, Elevator Action Returns Special Feature! Killer Instinct (Super NES) Super NES: Castlevania: Dracula X Chrono Trigger Super Bomberman 3 PlayStation: Mortal Kombat 3 Rayman Wipeout Road Rash Air Combat Saturn: Virtua Cop Bug! SimCity 2000 Genesis: The Ooze Bass Masters Classic 32X: Spider-Man: Web of Fire 3DO: NHL Hockey '96 Hell PO'ed Jaguar: Battle Morph Max Nerf Force Vid Grid (Jaguar CD)
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    Insert Coin Interface Letters to the Editor Fandom Central - Chip off the Old 'Bloch' Press Start Gaming Gossip Tricks of the Trade: Demon's Crest (Super NES) Power Instinct (Mega Drive) Godzilla Monster War (Super Famicom) Gokujyoh Parodius Deluxe Pack (Super Famicom) WWF Raw (Super NES) Clayfighter 2 (Super NES) Earthworm Jim (Genesis) Go Go Ackman (Super Famicom) Gauntlet IV (Genesis) Tiny Toon Wacky Sports Challenge (Super NES) Toshinden (PlayStation) Star Wars Arcade (32X) Final Fantasy III (Super NES) Rise of the Robots (Super NES) Heads or Tails: X-Men, Killer Instinct, Virtua Fighter 2 Next Wave: Bloodstorm (PlayStation, Saturn) Lunar: Eternal Storm (Sega CD) Realm (Super NES) Oscar (Super NES) Donkey Kong Land (Game Boy) Whizz (Super NES) Rage Rally (Jaguar) Hell (3DO) Earth Bound (Super NES) International Outlook: Suikoebu (Saturn), Daytona USA (Saturn), Front Mission (Super Famicom), Cybersled (PlayStation), Raiden Project (PlayStation) Arcade Action: X-Men: Children of the Atom, Virtua Fighter 2, Special Feature! Mega Man X2 (Super NES) Interview with Anthony Marquez (Kung Lao from Mortal Kombat III) Super NES: Metal Warriors True Lies Weaponlord Warlock Genesis: Comix Zone Barkley Shut up and Jam! 2 Sega CD: Dungeon Explorer 32X: Golf Magazine Presents 36 Great Holes starring Fred Couples 3DO: Quarantine CD-i: Thunder in Paradise
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    Systems Covered: Super NES, Sega Genesis, Sega CD, Neo-Geo, 3DO, CD-i, Atari Jaguar, Arcade Insert Coin(editorial: "Saturn vs. Playstation...", and staff credits) Interface: Letters to the Editor(letters from readers) Fandom Central(reviews of fanzines) Press Start(news: Cat Box for Atari Jaguar, Atari's problems on Wall Street, U.K. Gamers' Game of the Year, Lemmings Cartoon, Bullfrog coming to U.S., Crystal Dynamics offers first 3DO Sampler Disc, Namco's new R&D Division, the Game Wizard, Super NES to NES Adapter, Crystal Dynamics enters the Sports genre) Gaming Gossip("Ultra 64 may be history, 32X to Saturn Adapter, 32X Sonic Chaotic name change, Donkey Kong on SNES X-Band, Magic Johnson B-Ball?, Use Genesis to send Net Messages, EA Sports 3DO Snowboarding, Van Earl Wright voices games") Tricks of the Trade(short tricks and strategies for various games) Super NES Earthworm Jim Donkey Kong Country Final Fantasy III Mortal Kombat II Super Return of the Jedi Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure Lion King Game Genie Codes Final Fantasy III [*]Sega Genesis​ Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure John Madden '95 Earthworm Jim NHL '95 [*]32X Doom [*]3DO Off-World Interceptor FIFA International Soccer [*]Heads or Tails(arcade) ​Samurai Shodown Daytona USA [*]Next Wave(previews for upcoming games) 3DO Wing Commander 3: Heart of the Tiger Star Blade Alpha [*]Super NES​​ Boogerman Weaponlord [*]Jaguar Sensible Soccer Burn Out Cannon Fodder Fight For Life [*]Sega CD Road Rash CD International Outlook(International News: The Sony Playstation, The Latest Neo-Geo Fighting Game, Space Invaders going to Super Famicom and GaveBoy, The 21st Godzilla Film) Arcade Action(Arcade News: "Sega Rally Championship 1995, Fast Draw Showdown Tournament, Arcade Tricks now in EGM2, Frankenstein Pinball is given life by Sega, A new breed of fighting games rolls out for Xmas, Capcom and Data East kiss and make up") Arcade Strategy(fact files for Arcade) Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors COPS: The Chase Tekken Special Features(features on the upcoming Sega Saturn, Virtua Fighter, walkthroughs on Donkey Kong Country and Brain Lord and cover feature for Eternal Champions: Challenge from the Dark Side) Ad Index(list of all adverts in the magazine grouped according to developer) Fact Files:(in-depth look at recently released games which include memory size of the carts) International Playstation​Battle Arena Toshinden(plus interview with Toshihiro Morloka, the assistant manager of Takara's video game division) [*]​Super Famicom​​ Chrono Trigger Goemon 3 [*]Neo-Geo Gowcaiser [*]Super NES​ Super Turrican 2 Time Cop Super Bases Loaded 3 Might and Magic III Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Looney Toons B-Ball Speedy Gonzales in Los Gatos Bandidos Sterling Sharpe's End 2 End [*]Genesis Tecmo Super Bowl II [*]Sega CD Radical Rex Cadillacs and Dinosaurs [*]3DO Samurai Shodown Supreme Warrior [*]Jaguar Ultra Vortex Flashback
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    Insert Coin Interface Letters to the Editor Fandom Central - Do Fans need to Organize? Press Start Gaming Gossip Tricks of the Trade: Mickey Mania (Genesis, Sega CD, Super NES) Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Quest (Genesis) Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast (Genesis) Lemmings (Super NES) Road Runner's Death Valley Rally (Super NES) Speedy Gonzalez (Game Boy) EXO Squad (Genesis) Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions (Super NES) Fire Power 2000 (Super NES) Pirates of Dark Water (Genesis) Aero the Acro-Bat (Super NES) Marko (Genesis) Double Dragon V (Super NES) Ultimate Fighter (Super NES) Yogi Bear (Super NES) Batman: Return of The Joker (Genesis) Urban Strike (Genesis) Shaq Fu (Super NES) Mortal Kombat II (Genesis) Samurai Shodown (Neo Geo CD) Pac-Man 2 (Super NES) Heads or Tails: Bloodstorm, Cruis'n USA, Primal Rage Next Wave: Eternal Champions CD (Sega CD) Mega Bomberman (Genesis) RapJam Volume 1 (Super NES) Brutal (32X) ATP Tour Championship Tennis (Genesis) Midnight Raiders (Sega CD) Ogre Battle (Super NES) Ecco: The Tides of Time (Sega CD) Marko's Magic Soccer Ball (Genesis) Power Rangers (Sega CD) NHL All-Star Hockey '95 (Genesis) Young Indiana Jones (Sega CD) Home Improvement (Super NES) Flying Nightmares (Sega CD, 3DO) The Legend of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse (Genesis) Ignition Factor (Super NES) Shanghai (3DO) International Outlook: Rockman Mega World (Mega Drive), Wonder Project J (Super Famicom), Go! Go! Ackman (Super Famicom), Godzilla (Super Famicom), Battle Racers (Super Famicom), Super Tetris 3 (Super Famicom), Hashire Hebereke (Super Famicom), World Heroes 2 Jet (Game Boy) Arcade Action: T-Mek Tournament, Samurai Showdown II, Bubble Symphony, Hyper League, Raiden DX, Killer Instinct Special Feature! Sony PlayStation: Interview with Sony of Japan Computer Entertainment Division Hiroshi Kiyomoto, Cybersled, Starblade, Motor Toon Grand Prix, Hyper Solid Toshinden, A-IV Evolution, Hot Blooded Family, Hamlet, Mah Jong Mazin, Cosmic Race, Victory Zone, King's Field, Tama, Twin Goddesses, Falcata, Myst, Rayman, Kileak, The Blood, Philosoma, Metal Jacket, Arc the Lad, Mobile Suit Gundam, Crime Crackers, Kowloon's Gate, Gokujyo Parodius Deluxe Pack, Geom Cube, Mystic Hunter Lime, Ridge Racer, Live Powerful Pro Baseball, Twin Bee Puzzle Drama, Special Feature! Jaguar: Checkered Flag, Bubsy, Syndicate, Theme Park, Val d' Ise're, Skiing and Snowboarding, Iron Soldier Special Feature!: Shiny Entertainment Special Feature! Batman and Robin (Genesis) Super NES: Super Punch Out X-Men Mutant Apocalypse Mega Man X2 Rise of the Robots Genesis: Ristar NFL Quarterback Club '95 Exo Squad The Great Circus Mystery starring Mickey & Minnie Wolverine: Adamantium Rage Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 32X: Star Wars Arcade Doom Sega CD: Flashback Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Popful Mail The Misadventures of Flink 3DO: Super Street Fighter II Turbo