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    Retromags Presents! Video Games Issue 01 (August 1982) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: VGBounceHouse Edited By: VGBounceHouse Uploaded By: VGBounceHouse Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!
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    Retromags Presents! Sega Force Issue 3 (July 1993) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Retromags Presents! Sega Challenge Issue 001 (Winter 1988) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: E-Day    Edited By: E-Day    Uploaded By: E-Day Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
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    Team Sega Newsletter #7 (December 1989) has been updated.
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    It's still pending approval but I have archives Video Games, Issue 1, August 1982 Database Page: Download Page: As always the pages are archived on my site. along with my own identical CBZ plus a Text-Recognized PDF: http://vgpavilion.com/mags/1982/08/vg/pages/ The editor of this mag (which came from the National Lampoon/Heavy Metal publishing group) is still around and I'm trying to get in touch with him for an interview. He published a book, Video Invaders, which had an ad in this issue which I tweeted at him. No response yet.
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    I realize not all of you are down with the genre-defining awesomeness of the Wizardry series. Not everyone likes RPGs or has an interest in the origins of the genre. I get it. So let's change things up with a little something for you guys that I don't personally have any interest in. Gran Turismo 2. I can enjoy a game of Mario Kart or Crazy Taxi, but realistic racing games have never done anything for me. But I know this series has a lot of fans, and OH MY is this a hefty tome of a guide. Over 620 pages of I don't even know what - it would put me to sleep if I tried to flip through it all. But somebody scanned this monster, and now I've uploaded it somewhere the rest of you can find it. Car nuts, go nuts. https://archive.org/details/granturismo2officialguidebook
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    Are you guys ready to download a Street Fighter II guide featuring lots of exclusive artwork and a special section featuring interviews with the developers including various screenshots of early prototype builds? Yeah, I thought so! Just click on the following link and you'll get none of that and yet so much more! This is Wizardry V, bi$%*. You're welcome. https://archive.org/details/wizardryvkouryakuhen
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    I'm hoping to have a surprise for everyone before the end of the weekend but in the meantime I wanted to share a link to the HTMLized version of Xbox Nation (XBN) Issue 3, Summer 2002. http://vgpavilion.com/mags/2002/su/xbn/ I still have some final touches to make like internal links, but every article is available for reading, something that was often difficult with the printed magazine due to their use of white text, particularly when there were offset plates out of alignment or oddly small font sizes. Some fun for a hot day from the surprise I'm working on:
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    So I rediscoved this site a few days ago and when I decided to jump in and register I found that I had done so back in 2017. Thinking back and dig through some old files it must have been when I was hunting done information on one of my favorite PlayStation Games, Wild Arms. Well fast forward to now and a cheap PS classic I found at a local pawn shop has rekindled my love for old games yet again. While my current obsession is PSX games I grewup as part of the Nintendo Generation so my inner child is Super Nintendo kid. Instead of just passing through here like last time I hope we can have some fun together and while I don't have something to contribute at the moment but I can at least help seed a torrent or two.
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    Retromags Presents! Sega 1988 Vendor Brochure 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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    Last month, member CIVICMINDED contacted us on Facebook asking if we'd accept a magazine donation. A massive magazine donation, spurred on by me getting the Fujitsu scanner. The massive donation turned out to be 577 pounds of magazines; 12 boxes. Thousands of dollars worth of magazines donated to the site for scanning. There is some really good stuff here. The first seven pictures are just from the first box I opened. I have inventoried four boxes worth of magazines, which so far is 326 magazines. The last picture shows the four boxes and all the rest of the stuff that needs to be inventoried surrounding them. An insane donation on its own. But on top of that, CIVICMINDED paid the $1,200 freight shipping to ship them across the border to Canada where I live. Needless to say, insanely generous and insanely expensive. As such, we would like to start a small donation drive to help offset some of the cost that CIVICMINDED paid in shipping. So if you're able to help out by donating to help cover the shipping, even a bit, please do. UPDATE: Phillyman is sweetening the deal, for every $50 donated you will be entered in a chance to win either a Super NT or Mega SG console. Read more below -