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    GamePro Issue 227 (August 2007)
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    Gamest 3 online, I've scanned a Famitsu issue, these contains some fold out pages that scanned through the scansnap ix500 result in some slightly cut sides. When put together I have some text missing and misaligned images. https://imgur.com/a/oe3cfET I think that I'll need an A3 scanner when I'll decide to scan more Famitus issues
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    Retromags Presents! GamePro Issue 227 (August 2007) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: Melki    Uploaded By: E-Day    Donated By: CIVICMINDED Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Yes, our policy for in print mags is 15 years. "In print" doesn't mean monthly, just that the publishers are still producing product under that name, even if infrequently. Of course, if they were to offer digital copies, then scans wouldn't be allowed no matter how old. The only exception to this, I think, would be a one-off nostaligia publication. For example, Family Computer Magazine ceased publication in 1998. But when the Famicom Mini was released a few years ago, a special magazine covering the system and its games was published under the Family Computer Magazine name. In my opinion, that one issue (a retro-branded promotional tie-in more than anything) does not qualify that magazine to be considered back in print, so the 1998 cancellation date stands.
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    yep, I kinda knew about that link, I just wantt to point out that I have a full set of the regular issues, I don't have all the extra/special issues, so my uploads will have "holes" when it comes to the sequential numbering Currently scanning a Famitsu issue (these are huge ) and Gamest 3