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Electronic Games LC2 Issue 9

ISSUE: 9Content

PRIMARY SYSTEMS COVERAGE

  • Sega Genesis
  • Sega CD
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Nintendo Game Boy
  • MS-DOS
  • PC CD-ROM
  • Amiga
  • Macintosh
  • pinball
  • arcade

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

(EG's review sections receive a minor facelift starting this issue.)

FEATURES

Players' Guide to Baseball

America's favorite pastime has stolen a lot of time on game screens everywhere. EG tallys up the runs, hits, and errors for the many action and statistics baseball games available on video and computer formats. (a collection of related articles; some article titles surmised:)

  • Hardball Explodes on the Video Game Scene (by Bill Kunkel)
  • Tony LaRussa Plays Baseball Designer (by Bill Kunkel)
  • Statball! Build Your Own Pennant Winner! (by Arnie Katz; includes 'A League of Their Own' and 'Books for Stat Managers' sidebars)

EG Interview

What is it like to create a famous prince? EG caught up with Jordan Mechner, the royal blood behind the Prince of Persia series. Jordan tells us about his hard work and how his extensive use of film and video helped to create these unique titles. ('EG Interview: Meet Jordan Mechner, The Real Prince of Persia' by Russ Ceccola)

Game Sounds

Everyone enjoys good sound in their games. Even non-gamers are familiar with the famous tunes from the early Nintendo classics. We get the inside information on creating and using advanced sound techniques from Tom Tallarico, musical genius from Virgin Software. ('Game Sounds: Making Your Video Games Scream!' by Bill Kunkel; includes 'The Best Games We've Ever Heard' and 'QSound - 3D for Your Ears' sidebars)

Hershey Arcade

Almost everyone has enjoyed the taste of Hershey's chocolate. Now, gamers can try their hand at video and pinball games in Hershey's own arcade! ('Chocolate Flavored Gaming - A Visit to Hershey Park' by Russ Ceccola; includes 'Top 12 at Hershey Park in 1992 season' sidebar)

DEPARTMENTS

Power On! - The First Printed Editorial Conference (editorial by Arnie Katz)

Feedback ('Feedback: Letters From Our Readers')

Hotline ('EG Hotline' compiled by Joyce Worley; news section)

  • IBM Starts Game Division
  • NBA Plays On Coin-Op Courts
  • GamesWoman Bags Award
  • EA Football Goes To College
  • Access Starts Tex Murphy III
  • Memory Manager For Gamers
  • Nintendo Eyes Satellite Video
  • Broderbund Signs PC Pinballers
  • Wiz 7 Clues Available
  • B.O.B. Delays Debut
  • Sesame Street Leads to EA
  • Flashback Hotline, Tips
  • StarFox Sets Record
  • EG Readers' Popularity Poll
  • Wacky Pinball With Rocky & Bullwinkle
  • Public Invited to Summer CES
  • Homer Contest In Hardball III
  • Compton's Offers Trade-Up Deal
  • Tengen Does Sports
  • PC to TV on a Budget
  • Flashback: The Birth of Activision
  • Sun Power to Game Boy
  • Top Coin-Ops of April 1993
  • Build a Better Dungeon
  • Goofy Gets to Genesis
  • Computer Games Sales Sour
  • New TTI Tip Line
  • Write Your Own Screen Saver
  • Top Selling Software for March, 1993
  • Dracula Visits Arcades
  • Top Selling Video Games for February, 1993

Insert Coin Here - Viva Las Vegas (by Jay Carter; arcade coverage)

Game Doctor - Q&As To Go (Q&A)

A Look to the East (by Marc Camron; overseas coverage)

Fandom Central - Opening the Mail Bag (fanzine commentary and reviews by Arnie Katz)

  • Digital Press Collector's Guide
  • Game Force #1
  • Power Play #3
  • Electronics Conquest #6/7
  • SNES Gaming #1
  • Super NES Gamer #8
  • Video Views #16
  • Video Game Revolution #5
  • Neo World #3

Video Game Gallery (cart/card video game reviews)

  • Cool Spot (Gen)
  • Dream Probe (SNES)
  • Jack Nicklaus Power Challenge Golf (Gen)
  • Sorcerer's Kingdom (Gen)
  • P.T.O. (SNES)
  • Mario Is Missing (SNES)
  • American Gladiators (Gen)
  • First Samurai (SNES)
  • Battle Blaze (SNES)
  • Pocky & Rocky (SNES)
  • StarFox (SNES)
  • Rock & Roll Racing (SNES)

Software Gallery (disk computer game reviews)

  • Rome: Pathway to Power (DOS)
  • Space Quest V: The Next Mutation (DOS)
  • Lemmings 2: The Tribes (DOS)
  • Dune II (DOS)
  • Creepers (DOS)
  • Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant (DOS,Amiga,Mac)
  • Betrayal at Krondor (DOS)
  • Veil of Darkness (DOS)
  • Ultrabots (DOS)

CD Gallery (CD-ROM computer and video game reviews)

  • Road Avenger (SCD)
  • Mad Dog McCree (PC CD)

Portable Playtime (portable game reviews)

  • Raging Fighter (GB)

The Jury (reader-submitted game reviews recurring contest; includes 'Join the Jury' sidebar)

  • Super Mario Kart (SNES; winning review by Michael Powell)
  • Dragon's Lair III: The Curse of Mordread (DOS; winning review by Donald Richter)

Playing It Smart - Help With Reading (by Joyce Worley; edutainment coverage)

The Kunkel Report - Welcome to the Next Level (by Bill Kunkel)

Test Lab - Pulling G's: In the Air and On the Ground (by Ed Dille; Virtual Pilot and G-Force Yoke controller reviews)

Lore (book reviews)

  • Awesome Super Nintendo Secrets
  • MacArcade: Don Rittner's Top Shareware Game Picks

Gaming On-Line (by Ed Dille; online networks coverage; National Videotex review)

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(TOC cover credits/fine print:)

About the art - We at EG would like to thank the following artists for their contributions to this issue:

Jeff Mangiat - Cover

Eric Curry - All department logos, and various photography

Cliff Spohn - EG Interview

Jeff Lynch - Game Sounds

Bill Vann - Players' Guide to Baseball cover

The guys from Street Fighter dropped by the EG offices last week, and we got together for a little baseball. The winner was the blue team, but only because Blanka ate all the bases, two editors, and a Buick. And please don't write asking about the Street Fighter baseball game! There isn't one.



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    Title: Electronic Games LC2 Issue 9
    Month: June
    Year: 1993
    Publisher: Decker Publications
    Editor: Arnie Katz
    Pages: 100
    Price: $3.95 USA, $4.95 Canada
    Country: United States
    Language: English
    Votes: 0

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