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    S.W.A.T.Pro Issue 25 (September 1995)
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    PC Gamer Issue 070 (March 2000)
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    A supplement included with Electronic Gaming Monthly #57, April 1994. The first part of a 2 part set. Its companion, part 2 of 2 of this set, is included with Electronic Games(1992) May 1994.
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    Added Tech Gian - Jan 2005. This is my last magazine from this group.
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    天地を喰らう Tenchi o Kurau, "The Devouring of Heaven and Earth" (released in the USA as Destiny of an Emperor) is an RPG developed and published by Capcom for the Famicom on May 19, 1989. 天地を喰らう - 完全攻略本 Tenchi o Kurau - Kanzen Koryakubon "The Devouring of Heaven and Earth - Perfect Strategy Guide" is a supplement of Family Computer Magazine issue 80 (June 2, 1989). * In order to preserve the page numbering and layout of the rest of the issue, I have moved the fold-out two-sided map/data poster to the end of the magazine. PLEASE NOTE!!!! - Family Computer Magazine (and its supplements) are printed Japanese-style, meaning that the magazine's spine is on the right side and pages are opened from the left. Thus, once opened, the pages are read from right to left, with the right page coming before the left page. In order for the pages to display correctly if viewing in two-page mode, "Japanese mode" should be enabled. In Cdisplay, this is easily accomplished via the CTRL-J hotkey (or through the configure menu). If viewing in single page view, the pages will display in the proper order regardless, though keep in mind that again, each page is read from right to left.
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    Retromags Presents! PC Gamer Issue 070 March 2000 Database Entry! Download Directly!
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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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    NEWSCAST Sega party like it's 1999 (p.6) Ready 2 Rumble (p.7) Around the World (p.8) Battle of the Demo Discs (p.8) Star Wars goes Naomi (p.9) Mad Catz gets its claws into Dreamcast (p.10) PC games heading to Dreamcast: -Quake III: Arena (p.10) -Rainbow Six (p.10) -Starcraft (p.10) IN DEVELOPMENT Shadowman (p.24) Worldwide Soccer 2000 (p.27) Alone in the Dark 4 (p.28) WWF Attitude (p.29) Deep Fighter (p.30) Furballs (Fur Fighters) (p.34) MDK2 (p.36) NBA 2000 (p.38) Evolution (p.39) South park (p.40) Fl World Grand Prix (p.44) REVIEWS Red Dog (p.48) Speed Devils (p.52) Soul Calibur (p.54) Toy Commander (p.58) TrickStyle (p.60) Suzuki Alstare Extreme Racing (p.64) Pen Pen Trilcelon (p.66) Buggy Heat (p.68) Blue Stinger (p.72) UEFA Striker (p.73) Incoming (p.74) FEATURES It's thinking... (p.12) Kojak: Crime in the City (p.18) Return of the Undead: -Resident Evil Code Veronica (p.20) -The House of the Dead 2 (p.21) -Zombie Revenge (p.21) -Shadowman (p.21) IMPORT SCENE Street Fighter Zero 3 (p.80) Giant Gram All-Star Pro Wrestling 2 (p.80) King of Fighters: Dream Match 1999 (p.80) Toukon Retsuden 4 (p.81) Pop N’ Music 2 (p.81) Climax Landers (p.81) Cool Borders - Burn! (p.81) Espion-age-nts (p.81) INTERACT Get Connected (p.82) DREAMCAST SOMUTIONS Ready 2 Rumble Boxing (p.84) Millenium Soldier: Expendable (p.85) Marvel Vs Capcom (p.85) Sonic Adventure (p.86) FORECAST Jeremy McGarth Super Cross 2000 (p.92) Planet of the Apes (p.93) Carrier (p.93) Snow Surfers (p.94) Stupid Invaders (p.94) Big Bang (p.96) Fighting Force 2 (p.96) Felony Pursuit (p.96) Credits: outofprintarchive.com
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    I wanted to share an anime recommendation specifically with this group. Check out "Hi Score Girl" if you have Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/80997338 It's a typical high school romance comedy show, but importantly it is set in the 90's arcade era. The show brought back a lot of memories for me and has a pretty engaging overall story.
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    I know of whom you're referring, but to be fair, that sort of thing happens around here, as well. Anyway, I consider the status of donations a contract of sorts between the donor and the recipient, and since these sorts of exchanges are usually arranged privately, it's up to those two parties to decide if things are being handled fairly. As for myself, I've only taken donations a couple of times, once because of a strong personal interest in the donated mags, and once because the mags were being shipped from Japan, so I was the logical person to accept them, but I always make it clear that they won't get done in anything resembling speedy succession. However, I have also promised that I will get them out eventually, and that I won't resume scanning other mags in my collection until the donated mags are complete. So except for one issue I finally got around to editing which had already been debound and scanned before taking on any donations, every mag I've released over the past year has been a donated mag...and more than likely every mag I release next year will be as well.
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    Tips & Tricks premier Issue!
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    Looking great! All that needs to be fixed is the scuffs on the front and back covers. Also the alignment on mario on the second page.
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    You can look at any of the existing game magazines that are around now except Game Informer. Nintendo Force, Pure Nintendo, Old School Gamer Magazine, RETRO; they all do "per issue" subscriptions through Patreon. You pay the normal cover price when they publish an issue and they do not have much advertising at all. I think Nintendo Force has no ads at all. Or maybe look at any specialist hobby magazine, like model railroading or quilting. Their subscriptions are typically much more expensive than the cheap prices you could get for a year of EGM or GamePro, and they have far fewer ads. I didn't mind the ads in game magazines because a lot of time they were interesting. Even if I had no interest in the game, they were often funny, amusing, cheesey, or had some nice art to them, so I read most of them. Some are permanently burned into my brain I think the downfall of magazines in North America has more to do with distribution costs than anything. Japan is tiny, so it's faster and cheaper to ship stuff all over the country. The same can't be said for the US and Canada, which are huge and require a lot of distance to move stuff. Magazines with low readership seem to thrive in the UK as well. One photography magazine I read has a circulation of about 26,000 issues, including digital, and it just keeps going and seems to be thriving. Future puts out several photography magazines including one just for Canon cameras and one just for Nikon, and they all seem to be doing well. Meanwhile the latest numbers for Maximum PC from the USPS Statement of Ownership form show their circulation is about 31,000. I would guess their content to ad ratio is 75:25. And with having to ship their magazines all over two countries, I am not sure how much longer they will be in print before Future shuts them down.
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    Hello! A little while ago I mailed in a handful of gaming publications to a service similar to 1dollarscans, which I first learned of through a thread posted here several months ago. I only sent in things I was sure hadn't been uploaded elsewhere, and I've since received all of the scans and posted them to the Internet Archive. There's really a ton but highlights include: Super Smash Bros. Melee Official Player's Guide (was surprised it hadn't already been uploaded with how popular the game still is, but then I suppose it doesn't mention wavedashing) A bunch of Nintendo Power subscriber-exclusive bonuses (catalogs, preview zines and more) Disney Adventures Winter 2000 (video game edition of a Disney children's magazine) Pokemon Gold & Silver Adventure Guide by Versus Books (this amazing guide, in an effort to not spoil anything, will often give you the encounter percentages of Pokemon in an area but not tell you what the Pokemon are) Animal Crossing Official Player's Guide Scrye Pokemon Price And Players Guide 2000 (extensive one-off magazine about the Pokemon TCG at the height of its popularity) A note about the quality: these were scanned at 300dpi with no touch-ups, overall I'm very happy with them. Regarding the quality of the magazines themselves, many of the covers are beat to hell but are mostly fine once you get into them. I'm sure that at least some of these will be scanned in better quality in the future by folks more willing to dedicate the time and care, but in the meantime I'm happy to share everything I've got. Enjoy! https://archive.org/details/@fauwf?&sort=titleSorter
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    The G's stands for "girls" and that's just what you'll get. No Mario or Solid Snake in these pages, just lots and lots of bishoujo games, pretty much none of which were ever released outside of Japan. But that's what makes it interesting, hey?
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    Famitsu 158 December 27, 1991
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