Atomic: Maximum Power Computing (or Atomic MPC) was a PC-focused magazine published by Haymarket Media. It launched in 2001 under AJB Publishing which was acquired by Haymarket Media in 2004. The magazine closed its doors in November 2012 after 143 issues.
Australian Station (originally Australian PlayStation) was a PlayStation-focused monthly magazine published by Next Publishing (now nextmedia) from May 1999. It was the successor to Official Australian PlayStation Magazine and ran concurrently with another Next PlayStation magazine, PlayStation Gamer.
Cube Australia (or Australian Cube from Issue 2) was a GameCube magazine published by Paragon Publishing for 9 issues between May 2002 and September 2003. Like many Paragon Publishing efforts, the magazine consisted almost entirely of content from the UK version of the magazine, with dates and prices adjusted to their Australian equivalents. After the magazine ceased publishing in September 2003, most newsagents stocked the UK version in its place. *credit: http://www.retrogamingaus.com
N64 Gamer was a monthly magazine published by Next Publishing from March 1998 until June 2001. For much of its run, N64 Gamer focused entirely on the Nintendo 64, but later added Game Boy Color coverage. It was succeeded by Nintendo Gamer when the Nintendo 64's lifecycle drew to a close.
Nintendo: The Official Magazine was a Nintendo-focused magazine published by Future Publishing from December 2008 to December 2013. It was a follow up to Nintendo Magazine System, which ceased publication in 2000.
Official PlayStation 2 Magazine Australia was a magazine published by ACP from December 20, 2000 until March 2002. It was succeeded by Official PlayStation 2 Magazine Australia (Derwent Howard) when ACP (Australian Consolidated Press) dropped the license.
Official PlayStation 2 Magazine-Australia was a monthly magazine published by Derwent Howard media (DHM) from April 2002 until February 2007 (Issue 63). The magazine retained many of the writers from Official PlayStation 2 Magazine Australia (ACP). It was succeeded by Official PlayStation Magazine Australia in March 2007, just prior to the US and Japanese launch of the PlayStation 3.
Official PlayStation Magazine Australia was a PlayStation Family focused magazine published monthly by Derwent Howard until the company's closure in late 2009. It is currently published by Future Publishing.
Total Gamer was a multi-format focused monthly magazine published by Next Publishing (now nextmedia) from 2004 until 2006. It was the successor to GBA World. It was succeeded by the revived version of Nintendo Gamer.