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  1. 11 points

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    Game Players Issue 084 (May 1996) With reviews of such acclaimed classics as Creature Shock, Cyberdillo, and The Raven Project, this issue of Game Players is a big ol' slice of nostalgia pie for the 90s kid in all of us. I kid of course, The Raven Project is next issue. (Seriously though, this issue reviews Worms, Earthworm Jim 2, and Super Mario RPG and previews Tomb Raider, Turok: the Dinosaur Hunter, and Final Fantasy VII).
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    81 downloads

    Game Player's PC Buyer's Guide Volume 2 Number 5 (November/December 1989)
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    134 downloads

    GamePro Issue 166 (July 2002)
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    63 downloads

    This is one of marktrade's scans he put up at the Internet Archive. His original files are very dark and yellow, so I've done what I can to improve them. If you want his original files, they can be found here: https://archive.org/details/GPPCSGVol3No2
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    72 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 118 (December 2004)
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    135 downloads

    Game Player's Issue 26 Volume 3 Number 8 (August 1991)
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    91 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 116 (October 2004)
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    Tips & Tricks Issue 074 (April 2001)
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    122 downloads

    Official U.S. Playstation Magazine Issue 32 (May 2000)
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    100 downloads

    "Monthly magazine for Game Freaks." Game Geeks also welcome. Game Squares need not apply.
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    78 downloads

    Flux Issue 3 (Janaury 1995)
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    99 downloads

    VideoGames The Ultimate Gaming Magazine Issue 56 (September 1993)
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    73 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 125 (July 2005)
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    81 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 121 (March 2005)
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    78 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 119 (January 2005)
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    89 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 115 (September 2004)
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    59 downloads

    Nintendo Power Flash Issue 9 (Fall 1990)
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    92 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 084 (February 2002)
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    96 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 083 (January 2002)
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    92 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 078 (August 2001)
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    87 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 073 (March 2001)
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    95 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 071 (January 2001)
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    122 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 069 (November 2000)
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    82 downloads

    Featuring lots of games for the PlayStation, Dreamcast, Saturn, and PC that you've probably never heard of since not a single one of them made it out of Japan. Every single one of them containing a cast of anime girls that squeal "KYAAAA!!!" when your character accidentally trips and falls against them, grabbing two handfuls of breasts as he catches himself.
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    Version 1.0.0

    138 downloads

    A Mortal Kombat II kollector's magazine produced by Electronic Gaming Monthly, the second of a four issue series. Released November 1994.
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    145 downloads

    A Mortal Kombat II kollector's magazine produced by Electronic Gaming Monthly, the first of a four issue series. Released November 1994.
  27. 7 points

    Version 1.0.0

    77 downloads

    Far East of Eden (Tengai Makyou): Fuun Kabukiden is an RPG for the PC Engine CD released by Hudson Soft on July 10, 1993.
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    Version 1.0.0

    159 downloads

    Official U.S. Playstation Magazine Issue 29 February 2000
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    64 downloads

    Game Player's Issue 15 Volume 2 Number 9 (September 1990)
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    82 downloads

    Game Player's Sega Genesis Strategy Guide Volume 2 Number 1 (February-March 1991)
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    103 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 049 (March 1999)
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    91 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 047 (January 1999)
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    59 downloads

    Nintendo Power Flash Issue 7 (Spring 1990)
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    85 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 098 (April 2003)
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    86 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 087 (May 2002)
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    79 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 086 (April 2002)
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    94 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 085 (March 2002)
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    83 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 077 (July 2001)
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    110 downloads

    Tips & Tricks Issue 043 (September 1998)
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    112 downloads

    PSM Issue 15 (November 1998)
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    75 downloads

    PSExtreme Issue 33 (August 1998)
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    82 downloads

    PSExtreme Issue 32 (July 1998)
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    115 downloads

    Official U.S. Playstation Magazine Issue 33 (June 2000)
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    Version 1.0.0

    89 downloads

    Computer Gaming World Issue 163 (February 1998)
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    Version 1.0.0

    53 downloads

    Edited for your pleasure and convenience. For the raw 600dpi source files, please visit https://archive.org/details/@japanesemagazinesscanproject *PLEASE NOTE: Gamest is printed in right-to-left Japanese reading style. If viewing two pages at a time, you will need to set your CBR reader to Japanese mode so that the pages will display in the correct order. I have moved the survey postcards to the end of the archive, since they interfered with the correct display of the pages when using two-page viewing mode.
  46. 6 points
    After months of behind-the-scenes deliberation, infused with a ridiculous amount of name-calling, indian leg wrestling, and wedgies, the administrators have reached their conclusion and are now ready to share it with the rest of the community. Presenting: RETRO MAGS! Ruminate with us for a bit. You'll notice that nowhere on the site does it specifically state we are set up to only scan and host old magazines about computers and video games, and every so often we'll receive a request from a user inquiring about whether or not we handle this or that sort of publication, or help finding out-of-print periodicals of various sorts. Fishing magazines. Car magazines. Science magazines. There's a magazine for everything, and if there isn't now, then there probably was in decades past. It's true! Literally starting today, Retromags is going to become your one-stop shop for everything related to old school magazines. Hobbyist publications, consumer reference, news and entertainment...it's all coming both soon and now. Just think: your dad may finally track down that issue of Organic Gardner he read as a lad! Your grandmother may thrill to a digital version of the doll collector's monthly she subscribed to twenty years ago! Those classic 80's knitting patterns? They're going to be here too! Vintage Wrestling quarterlies, 1960's era Hot Rod publications, celebrity gossip rags from back when the hair, the shoulder pads, and the feuds were larger than life? Forget download limits. These files are big, beautiful, and cleaned up to current-year specs as best that we (and Photoshop) can accomplish. To prove we aren't kidding, we've got a handful of brand new releases we've been holding back on for this very announcement. Only you guys could make it possible, with your contributions of time, energy, and cold, hard cash. Especially that last part. Thank you, anonymous donor who wishes to remain anonymous for that sudden infusion back in February. Obviously this is going to require a bit of a site overhaul. Expect to see some serious changes to the way things like the databases are structured as we get things in line with the new, expanded concept. We're aiming to add roughly a dozen different categories per week, then new sub-categories within them similar to the way the gaming magazines are currently broken down by area of release, then name of publication. It's a lot of work, and not something which can be done all at once, but we're going to push on as best we can. Limited site downtime and outages may occur infrequently as we make these changes. The forum software is robust, but we're going to be subjecting it to an awful lot of stretching in directions we aren't sure Invision means for it to stretch. Errors may crop up here and there, and if so, we hope you'll be patient with us. If it all goes as planned, these relics of yester-year will be hosted, preserved forever for future generations to marvel and laugh at. We spared no expense scouring the seedy underbellies of auction sites, hunting for the weirdest, tackiest, most off-beat examples we could find to show we mean business when we say, "At Retromags, we scan it all!" Sincerely - Phillyman, E-Day, Areala, and the rest of the Retromags staff!
  47. 6 points

    Version 1.0.0

    169 downloads

    Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 103 (February 1998)
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    56 downloads

    Compute! Issue 064 Vol. 7 No.9 (September 1985)
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    Version 1.0.0

    113 downloads

    Computer Game Review and CD-ROM Entertainment Volume 2 Issue 01 (August 1992)
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    Version 1.0.0

    64 downloads

    40 pgs