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    and with that all 13 issues of Nintendo Power 2009 are preserved!
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    Have you SEEN the covers on old issues of Game Player's and GamePro? It was a baloney sandwich on white bread.
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    Ah, the last issue of my first EGM subscription. I remember this as being a good one. Thanks!
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    Originally Coury lent this issue to Chris from Classic Gaming Quarterly for a read through video. I had lent Chris the GamePro Celebrity Gamer magazine for the same reason. When I found out he had this issue I asked him if he could ask Coury if I could borrow it to scan. Coury agreed without ever speaking to me or even knowing who exactly it was going to. Looks like we have a reputation of being trustworthy! I think I scanned it in one night and had it in the mail back to him within a couple of weeks from getting it.
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    One of the pages is missing. Page 29, I believe
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    Thanks for the upload, it's always great to see another issue of GamePro pop up.
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    Seems like I forgot to upload it, or I uploaded it and forgot to update the entry. In any case, it's been uploaded now and updated.
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    For those curious, this is the issue where GamePro debuted their iconic rating system.
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    Thanks for the upload, I love PC Gamer's Award issues. I hope more of those are uploaded.
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    Thanks!!!!! +++ to this especial cover
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    Please fix the title: Mega Play Vol.3 No.5 (October 1992)
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    This has gotten more downloads in a couple of hours than Compute gets in a week. RetroRasslinMags...the new paradigm?
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    Believe it or not, I sincerely hope there's more of these. Really, though, you guys went all out on this. Good work!
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    If loving is bad I don't want to be good.
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    Thanks. Unfortunately, as stated in the item description, it's only a scan of a reproduction copy that's half the size (height/width) of the real magazine. And the reproduction quality wasn't perfect either. But it's unlikely that anyone will want to debind and scan such a valuable magazine, so it'll have to do. Luckily, our other issues are the real deal.
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    Thanks again, Dengeki in all its iterations is a solid magazine in my opinion.
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    DAM !!!! MORE EGM RARETY . Blessed for Retromags. Thank you uploader / scanner !
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    thank you again . Finally NEW Mega play uploads !
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    Not to spoil it for you, but although there is some FF6 in the issue, the main reason it's given such a huge font on the cover (aside from selling copies by hyping the #1 game at the time) was due to the inclusion of a supplement which apparently covered the final dungeon of the game. Unfortunately, this supplement wasn't included with my copy. The mag itself was thrown in as a freebie with an auction lot of a different magazine.
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    After being totally lazy about it for the past several years, I've recently started actively studying the language again (natural acquisition only gets you so far). Even so, I'm a long way off from wanting to try my hand at translating something so huge. And if you're looking for a super-accurate translation, forget it. It's pretty much impossible to "translate" Japanese to English (and vice versa, I would imagine), since there are ways of thinking and speaking that simply don't carry over. I've had people hand me something in Japanese before and ask for an English translation, only to be frustrated when I have to tell them, "Look, we simply would never say this in English - I'm going to have to re-write it in a way that sounds natural while getting the general idea across." Which is adaptation, and in my opinion, a far more important part of the process than translation (although granted, translation is the starting point.) It sounds like in the case of Divi Dead, though, they went beyond "adaptation" and into drunken Mad-Libs territory in a few places.
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    Sex talk in all eroge is best ignored/turned off, in my opinion. It just makes everything far too comical for my taste, imagining someone in real life vocalizing and describing literally every single thing that is being done to them. It reminds me of how comic books used to be, where the supervillain would say to the hero, "By using my Sooperdooper Incrediblaster Freezegun, see how easily I render you immobile as I encase your legs in ice!" accompanied by a panel of the supervillain using his Sooperdooper Incrediblaster Freezegun to render the hero immobile by encasing his legs in ice. It's like they don't realize they're working in a visual medium.
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    You know, I've never actually played Divi Dead, but in my head I always pronounced it "Dee-vee" Dead. It wasn't until looking closely at the preview in this issue that I noticed the katakana, which reveals what I assume to be a rather clever English pun, "Dee-vai" Dead, or "Divided." I could be wrong, of course (not about the pronunciation, but about the pun). The Japanese LOVE puns, but that particular pun would require a mastery of English that very few people would have.
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    Great to see another scan of this publication :-) Thanks
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    Thanks guys for uploading this magazine. This issue was one of the few EGMs I owned as a kid
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    Ah, the "golden age" of bishoujo, that magical period between 1997 and 2000 when the internet made all of us aware of what Japan was getting that we were not...
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    Te agradesco todo lo que haces por preservar las recistas muchas gracias a todo el equipo RETROMAGS muchas, muchas gracias...
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    A 9-page investigation into sex on CD-ROM? Sign me up!!
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    I'm very interested in 2000's magazines games! Thanks ^^
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    Oh yeah, forgot to mention: While the rest of the mag is presented western style, the comic in the back is presented Japanese style, meaning it should be read from back to front, right to left. This means that the firs page of the comic is the last interior page of the magazine. Since no one is going to be reading their cbr file backwards, I rearranged the pages in the correct order (the panels should still be read from right to left, of course.) So don't be confused by the printed page numbers that seem to be going backwards.
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    Yeah! Keep 'em old Famitsues coming! =)
  43. 1 point
    This was the very first video game magazine I ever bought, nice memories, thanks a lot for preserving it and many more thanks for sharing.
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    WOOHOO!! Our first Russian-language magazine!
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    muchisimas gracias por todo lo que nos brindas amigo mio... gracias desde Perú
  46. 1 point
    Another great magazine from Next Generation. I enjoy a lot reading this magazine. Thanks.
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    I am LOVING all these 'Next Level' magazines, emol! I've never seen them before. *huggles* Areala
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    Nice work E-Day! If only I could I'd give you a Nobel Peace Prize for all your hard work preserving culture. You're something of a digital archeologist and librarian. Thank you so much!
  49. 1 point
    Great quality scan - I remember buying this issue at toysrus!
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