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  • Title: Video Games and Computer Entertainment Issue 48
  • Month: January
  • Year: 1993
  • Publisher: Larry Flynt Publications
  • Editor: Andy Eddy
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
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Content Issue:#48

PRIMARY SYSTEMS COVERAGE

  • Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Nintendo Game Boy
  • Sega Genesis
  • Sega Game Gear
  • Sega CD
  • Watara Supervision
  • SNK Neo Geo
  • Atari Lynx
  • PC
  • Amiga
  • NEC TurboGrafx-16
  • NEC TurboGrafx-16 CD-ROM Player - Super CD-ROM Player
  • TTI TurboDuo
  • arcade
  • pinball
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(The Street Fighter II catalog mentioned on the cover consists of a very small, 4-page pamphlet bound within the magazine, and includes only two pages of merchandise (the remainder being a front cover and order form).)

FEATURES (Contents page excerpts)

Win A SF II: Championship Edition Arcade Game In The Mega Man 5 Contest
VG&CE and Capcom join forces to test your knowledge.

T2: Judgement Day - From The Theater To The Arcade And Into Your Loving Room by Craig E. Engler
Take a look at how one of last year's hottest movies became a pinball, video-game arcade and now soon to be a Genesis cart.

A Player's Guide To Neutopia II (TG16), Part II by Clayton Walnum ('A Crisis in Paradise, Part Two: A Player's Guide to Neutopia II')
This month we'll conclude our trek through the exciting world of Neutopia, and explore four new dungeons and five new countries.

Game-Maker Design Contest
Design your own computer game and win prizes!

Pinball Plethora: A Lollapalooza Of Flipper Fun by Howard Wen
Join VG&CE's pinball wizard as he take a look at some of the best computer- and video-game translations of the pinball original.

Pondering The Public Domain: A Look At Some Of The Best Inexpensive Computer Games by Mike Davila
Check out some of the best shareware and public domain computer games that will not only entertain you, but also not put a dent in your budget.

The 1993 Phone Book by the VG&CE Editorial Staff
Need to get ahold of your favorite video- or computer-game software company? We've compiled an extensive list to keep you informed.

REVIEWS & PREVIEWS

Video-Game Previews
  • Tecmo Super NBA Basketball (SNES)
  • Riot City (TG16SCD/TurboDuo)
  • Double Dragon 3 - The Rosetta Stone (Gen)
  • Eye of the Beholder (Lynx)
  • Bubsy in: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind (SNES)
  • Tumblepop (GB)
  • King Arthur's World (SNES)
  • Tiny Toon Adventures Cartoon Workshop (NES)
  • Tyrants (Gen)
  • Bram Stoker's Dracula (SCD)
  • Sengoku 2 (NeoGeo)
Video-Game Reviews
  • Superman (Gen)
  • John Madden Football '93 (SNES/Gen)
  • Bartman Meets Radioactive Man (NES)
  • Somer Assault (TG16/TurboDuo)
  • Viewpoint (NeoGeo)
  • Pro Quarterback (SNES)
  • Sunset Riders (Gen)
  • Wing Commander (NES)
  • World Class Leader Board (Gen)
  • Time Cruise (TG16/TurboDuo)
  • The Hunt for Red October (SNES)
  • Batman Returns (NES)
  • Super Valis IV (SNES)
  • Andre Agassi Tennis (Gen)
  • Equinox (SNES)
  • Caesar's Palace (NES)
  • Captain America and the Avengers (Gen)
Computer-Game Previews
  • Dominus (PC)
  • Legends of Valour (PC)
  • Day of the Tentacle: Maniac Mansion 2 (PC)
Computer-Game Reviews
  • Might & Magic: Clouds of Xeen (PC)
  • Front Page Sports: Football (PC)
  • King's Quest VI (PC)
  • MicroLeague Baseball 4 (PC)
  • Lords of Time (Amiga)
  • The Ancient Art of War in the Skies (PC)
  • Liberty or Death (PC)
  • Spellcasting 301: Spring Break (PC)
  • Carriers at War (PC)
  • Red Zone (Amiga)
DEPARTMENTS

Editor's Letter by Andy Eddy

Reader Mail

Tip Sheet by Chris Bieniek
  • Soul Blazer (SNES)
  • Shadow of the Beast (Gen)
  • Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode (NES)
News Bits compiled by David S. Moskowitz
  • Top Coin-Ops for October 1992
  • Top Video Games for October 1992
  • Nintendo Becomes Frequent Hospital Visitor
  • Sega Unveils CD Product Line
  • Galoob Releases SNES Game Genie
  • Nintendo Joins Sony Development of CD Technology
  • EA and ESPN Settle Dispute
  • Top IBM PC Games for August 1992
  • Triax Controllers Released
  • Sega to Appeal Accolade Victory
  • Sega Genesis Menacer to be Packaged with T2 Cartridge
  • Dynamix Adds Entertainment to Windows
  • VG&CE Replay - A Brief History of Electronic Gaming Time (sidebar)
Easter Egg Hunt by Chris Bieniek
  • James Pond II - Codename: Robocod (Gen)
  • Three-In-One Super CD (TG16CD/TurboDuo; tip being, Bomberman is a 4th, hidden game on the disc)
  • Super Mario Kart (SNES)
  • Cadash (TG16/TurboDuo)
  • Crossed Swords (NeoGeo)
  • Faceball 2000 (GB)
  • Robocop 3 (NES)
  • Two Crude Dudes (Gen)
  • The Simpsons: Bart's Nightmare (SNES)
Gaming On The Go by Chris Bieniek (portable hardware and game reviews)
  • Supervision (hardware review)
  • Super Off-Road (GG)
  • Dirty Larry: Renegade Cop (Lynx)
Inside Gaming - Marketing To Gamers: It Takes One to Know One by Lou Viveros

Destination Arcadia - The 43rd Annual AMOA Show: The Latest In Coin-Ops by David S. Moskowitz (show coverage sorted by company)

Computer Strategies - Creating A Utopia by Clayton Walnum (Utopia strategies)

Advertiser Index

COVER (Contents page excerpt)

The Man of Steel from Krypton blasts onto the Genesis screen with a new cart from Sunsoft. Turn to page 58 for an in-depth feature review of Superman. Cover Art: Superman, Batman and all related elements are the property of DC Comics ™ & © 1992. All Rights Reserved.



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