Beckett Pokémon Unofficial Collector (originally titled Beckett Pokémon Collector) was an English-language magazine with information on the Pokémon anime, the Pokémon Trading Card Game, the games and other Pokémon-related media. Starting with issue #42, this magazine's name changes to Pokémon & Anime Collector and shifts focus less on Pokemon coverage and more to general anime.
One of two official publications produced by the Computer Systems Division of Commodore Business Machines, Inc. for the Commodore line of home computers. Power/Play focused on the gaming and entertainment side of the market. Power/Play was originally published quarterly, then switched to a bi-monthly production schedule starting with Issue 9. After Issue 23 (Nov/Dec 1986), it was merged with its sister publication, "Commodore Microcomputer", was re-titled "Commodore Magazine", and was published monthly through October of 1989.
Computer Game Review was a print monthly magazine covering both computer gaming and video gaming. The magazine was started in 1991. Also known as Computer Game Review and 16-Bit Entertainment, and then later as Computer Game Review and CD-Rom Entertainment.
Computer Games began life in 1988 as the UK publication Strategy Plus (issues 1-10). With issue 11, it began distribution in the USA under its new name, Computer Games Strategy Plus (issues 11-106.) Its name changed yet again to Computer Games Magazine (issues 107-119) before changing titles one final time to Computer Games (issues 120-196.) (For issues 1-10, see the Strategy Plus section of the UK magazine gallery/database.) (For issues 11-106, see the Computer Games Strategy Plus section of the USA magazine gallery/database.) (For issues 107-119, see the Computer Games Magazine section of the USA gallery/database.)
Computer Games Magazine began life as the UK publication Strategy Plus (issues 1-10) and then started being distributed in the USA under its new name, Computer Games Strategy Plus (issues 11-106.) Its tenure under the title Computer Games Magazine was relatively short, and with issue 120, it would change titles one final time to Computer Games. For issues 1-10, see the Strategy Plus section in the UK magazine gallery/database. For issues 11-106, see the Computer Games Strategy Plus section of the USA magazine gallery/database For issues 120-196, see the Computer Games (2000) section of the USA gallery/database
Computer Games Strategy Plus was preceded by Strategy Plus, a UK-published title which ran for 10 issues from 1990 to 1991. With issue 11, USA distribution rights were purchased by Chips & Bits, a mail-order software business. By issue 18, the UK side of the publication had folded, and production was taken over in full by Chips & Bits. Publication under the Computer Games Strategy Plus title would continue until issue 106. With issue 107, the title was changed to Computer Games Magazine (issues 107-119) and then changed a final time to Computer Games (issues 120-196.) (For issues 1-10, please see the Strategy Plus section of the UK magazine gallery/database) (For issues 107-119, please see the Computer Games Magazine section of the USA magazine gallery/database) (For issues 120-196, please see the Computer Games (2000) section of the USA magazine gallery/database)
Flux was a short-lived magazine in the mid-1990s which focused on music (mostly hard rock and hip-hop), comic books and video games. Starting with issue #4, the publisher began releasing two different editions of the magazine, one for the newsstand and the other for the direct market / comic bookshops. The interior content would be identical, however the direct market issues were numbered starting from 1, so issue #4 was #1 in direct market, etc.
Originally titled "Game Player's PC Buyer's Guide" before being retitled "Game Player's MS-DOS Strategy Guide" and then finally "Game Player's PC Strategy Guide." Beginning with Volume 5, it switched titles again to "Game Players PC Entertainment." In 1994, it was relaunched as "PC Gamer."
Published by IDG Communications, PCGames was launched with the Fall 1988 issue. In late 1993 the title was changed to Electronic Entertainment, and then once again to PC Entertainment in early 1996, before changing its title a final time to PC Games (with a space), under which it continued until its cancellation in 1999.
Pure Nintendo Magazine is a bi-monthly, independently published magazine that features Nintendo-related content and news. The print's first issue of PNM was published in October 2011 by Pure Media, LLC.
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