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Electronic Games LC2 Issue 34

ISSUE: 34Content

PRIMARY SYSTEMS COVERAGE

  • Sega Genesis
  • Sega CD
  • Sega Saturn
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System
  • 3DO
  • 32X
  • Nintendo Game Boy
  • Sega Game Gear
  • Atari Jaguar
  • PC CD-ROM
  • PC-DOS CD-ROM
  • Windows - Windows CD-ROM
  • Macintosh CD-ROM
  • Ultra 64 (news coverage; the eventual Nintendo 64)
  • M2 (news coverage; never released)

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(TOC transcription follows, with (notes) and bullet lists added for clarity.)

(This issue of Electronic Games is incorrectly labeled 'Volume 3, Issue 7' on the cover. It's actually Volume 3, Issue 10.)

(This is the final issue of Electronic Games LC2, replaced with the short-lived Fusion. The Game Doctor reveals his/her 'secret identity' this issue.)

Batter Up - Finally!

Electronic baseball is a post-strike national pasttime. EG answers the questions of what could have been. The newest console and PC baseball games featured inside. (collection of related articles:)

  • The Strike is Over... Let's Swing! (by the editors of Electronic Games)
  • Baseball's Unanswered Questions
  • Baseball Heaven (by John Wesley Hardin)
  • The Carts Themselves

NEWS

Hotline (compiled by Joyce Worley & Ross Chamberlain)

  • Nintendo Buys Rare Stake - For the first time, Nintendo's Rare deal marks its first investment in any video game developer outside of Japan
  • Star Power
  • 3DO Introduces The M2
  • Ultra 64 Delayed To '96
  • Cyber-Rig Totes Highway
  • German Company Buys Commodore
  • Network News (includes sections:)
    • Hot Spots
    • Funding Stopped For ARPANet
    • Ten Launch Set For Winter
  • Industry Spotlight - The Dean of InVideo
  • Worlds Chat Puts Netters In Space
  • Deals
  • Paul Allen Buys Stake In Precision
  • Contests
  • Dreamworks Gets Cash
  • Top CD-ROM - March 1995
  • PBS To Go On-Line
  • Russian Techs Help Nab Bomb Suspect
  • Dual-Layer CDs With 10 Times The Data Get Top Support
  • Cyberstocks Watch

DEPARTMENTS

Power On!

It's the end of an era and the start of a bold new one! Behold the coming of Fusion. ('The End of an Era - Hooray!' editorial by Arnie Katz)

Feedback

David Elton of ReadySoft fires back hard. (reader mail; 'It's the Combos that Count')

CyberWatch

Surfing the Net? Not quite. What's the buzz? ('Turbo-Charge our Network!;' by Bill Kunkel and Laurie Yates)

Game Doctor

Yes, the Game Doctor is finally revealed! ('Behind the Mask!;' Q&A by The Game Doctor)

The Net

Time Warner's new Interactive Mysteries. (by John P. Withers)

  • Prodigy Update (sections:)
    • P2 Mutates
    • Home Page Creator
    • More To Come
  • Adventuring with Modus Operandi

Test Lab

PC sound explosion, Advent, Yamaha, Bose. ('Subwoofers with Attitude;' by Ed Dille; running commentary; shown:)

  • Yamaha YST-SS1010
  • Advent AV622
  • Advent AV570

Flight Leader

1942: Pacific Air War, Confirmed Kill. ('What to Expect from the Virtual Experience;' by Tom "KC" Basham)

The Heimlich Maneuver

Senseless licensing for the cash is rampart. ('License to Hurl;' by Rich Heimlich; includes 'Heimlich's Honor Roll' sidebar)

The Kunkel Report

The Net going soft? Who really owns it? ('Miss Manners Goes On-Line;' by Bill Kunkel)

FEATURES

Zombie on the loose!

The hottest new interactive entertainment company in the world, Zombie is poised to make an explosive entry to the game scene. ('ZPG - Zombie Population Growth' by Steve Kent; discussion commentary)

Mr. Tetris: Alexey Pajitnov

An interview with the man who created the perfect video game: Alexey the Great! ('Puzzling Developer - An interview with Alexey Pajitnov, the man who created Tetris;' by Russ Ceccola; discussion commentary)

REVIEWS

Console (console video game reviews; includes 'The Final Grade' sidebar featuring review scores for games not (usually) listed here)

  • Return Fire (3DO; includes 'Behind the Screens' sidebar)
  • Spider-Man (Gen; includes 'Marvelous Games' sidebar) (Spider-Man: The Animated Series)
  • Saturday Night Slam Masters (Gen; includes 'Coming To Grips' sidebar)
  • Virtua Fighter (Sat; includes 'Actual Motion' sidebar)
  • Pinball Fantasies (SNES; includes 'Pinball Deepfreeze' sidebar)
  • Knuckles Chaotix (32X; includes 'Knuckle Tricks' sidebar)
     
(capsule console reviews:)
 
  • Ecco Jr. (Gen)
  • Bass Masters Classic (SNES)
  • Kirby's Dream Course (SNES)
  • Hoverstrike (Jag)
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Crossroads of Time (SNES)
  • Wayne Gretzky NHLPA All-Stars (Gen)
  • Zaxxon 2000: Motherbase (32X)
  • Brutal: Above the Claws (32X)
  • Wolverine: Adamantium Rage (SNES)
  • Kawasaki Super Bike Challenge (Gen)
  • Quaranteen (3DO)
  • Hagane (SNES)

Computer (computer game reviews; includes 'The Final Grade' sidebar featuring review scores for games not (usually) listed here)

  • BioForge (PC-DOS CD; includes 'Take A Deeper Look' sidebar)
  • Central Intelligence (PCCD)
  • The Koshan Conspiracy (PCCD)
  • Dark Forces (PCCD)
  • Frontlines (PCCD)
  • Transport Tycoon (PCCD)
     
(capsule computer game reviews:)
 
  • Jungle Strike (PCCD)
  • Five-Game Super Pak (Win)
  • Casino Tournament of Champions (PCCD)
  • Car and Driver '95 Buyers Guide (WinCD)
  • The Grammys (PCCD)
  • Critic's Choice: Strategy Collection (PCCD)
  • Pizza Tycoon (PCCD)
  • Atari 2600 Action Pack (WinCD)
  • Master of Orion (MacCD)
  • Crossword Construction Set (Win)
  • The Joy of Sex (PCCD)
  • Screen Thief (PCCD,WinCD)

Portable (portable video game reviews)

  • NBA Jam: Tournament Edition (GB; includes 'Cutting Edge - Special Portable Game Report' sidebar)
    (capsule portable game reviews:)
  • Earthworm Jim (GB)
  • Tempo Jr. (GG)
  • World Heroes 2 Jet (GB)
  • World Series Baseball '95 (GG)
  • Super Columns (GG)

Edutainment

(includes 'Virtual Class' sidebar)

  • My Favorite Monster (WinCD)
     
(Edutainment capsule reviews:)
 
  • The Culinary Bookshelf (PCCD)
  • Fisher-Price Dream Doll House (PCCD)
  • ECO East Africa (PCCD)
  • Chugalang Goes to Playland (WinCD)
  • Crayola Amazing Art Adventure (WinCD)
  • History of Country Music (PCCD)

Print (book reviews)

  • Cyberlife! (edited by Maria Abraham, Rosie Piga, Joe Williams)
  • Digital Mantras (authored by Steven R. Holtzman)
  • Dragon Lore (authored by Rusel DeMaria and Alex Uttermann)


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    Title: Electronic Games LC2 Issue 34
    Month: July
    Year: 1995
    Publisher: Decker Publications
    Editor: Arnie Katz
    Pages: 100
    Price: $4.99 USA, $6.50 Canada
    Country: United States
    Language: English
    Votes: 0

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