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Game Players Issue 69

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-A preview of the upcoming Mortal Kombat movie, with screenshots and cast/crew info

-Sidebar: a list of all games scheduled for release in the coming months

-U.K. developer Argonaut announces work has been completed on the FX 2 chip

-Playmates Toys making Earthworm Jim line of action figures

-Universal Cartoons working on Earthworm Jim cartoon

-GTE inks deal with Nintendo to develop games for
and Ultra 64. First game to be titled FX Fighter. The two co's also in discussion about a game networking service, or something similar to the Sega Channel

-A summer released for Sega's Neptune console

-Acclaim purchases Iguana Entertainment

-Electronic Arts purchases Bullfrog

-Hasbro secures rights to make action figure line based on the Mortal Kombat movie

-GameTek gets license to make home ports of Bloodstorm

-GameTek hires (now) former Capcom senior V.P. Joe Moreci

-Nintendo announces Game Boy's to be available in different colors

Coin-Op Crazy

-Mike Salmon talks about the upcoming Mortal Kombat III

-News about the new, updated version of Primal Rage, just released to the arcades

Mean Machines
(quick reviews of 3DO, Jaguar and CD-i games)

  • Family Feud (3DO)
  • Supreme Warrior (3DO)
  • Station Invasion (3DO)
  • Samurai Showdown (3DO)
  • Rebel Assault (3DO)
  • Zool 2 (Jaguar)
  • NFL Hall of Fame Football (3DO)
  • Bubsy in Fractured Furry Tales (Jaguar)


-Two page user guide/review of the XBAND modem and gaming network service

Rising Fun
(Import news and games)

-The games currently available for the Japanese Saturn and Playstation.

Truly Terrific Top Tens!

-Various domestic and foreign top 10 lists based on retail sales, polls, and "what the editors have been playing instead of working"

Game Gossip

, despite Sony being absent, all the buzz was about the Playstation.

-Sony could have sold more consoles during the Japanese launch, but halted production after discovering hardware flaw

-The Playstation's black CD's have technology that inhibits their being copied*

-Atari buys the rights to classic Williams arcade games. Robotron, Defender, etc.

-Sega dev. team "Scavenger" working on several 32X titles. X-Men, Batman: Forever, and more.

-Virtual Boy launching in the summer

-The internals of the Ultra 64 are done. No info on console shell, yet.

Special Feature: The 1995 Winter Consumer Electronics Show
) (10 Pages)

"Hardware Wars"
. Comparing the Playstation, Saturn, and Ultra 64 (2 pages)

"Let's Get Ready to Rumble"
. A comparison between Toshinden and Virtua Fighter (1 page)

-3DO at CES (1 page)

Games featured:

  • Hell
  • Quarantine
  • Wing Commander III
  • PO'ED

Nintendo at
(2 pages)

Games featured:

  • Starfox 2 (SNES)
  • Comanche (SNES)
  • FX Fighter (SNES)
  • Earthbound (SNES)
  • Revolution (SNES)
  • Warlock (SNES)
  • Spiderman (SNES)
  • Timecop (SNES)
  • Weapon Lord (SNES)
  • Secret of Evermore (SNES)

Atari and the Jaguar at
(1 page)

Games featured:

  • Fight for Life
  • Syndicate
  • Theme Park
  • Val d'Isère Skiing and Snowboarding

Sega at
(2 pages)

Games featured:

  • Mortal Kombat II (32X)
  • Chaotix (32X)
  • Motherbase (32X)
  • X-Men 2: Clone Wars (Genesis)
  • Comix Zone (Genesis)
  • The Adventures of Batman and Robin (Genesis)
  • Judge Dredd (Genesis)
  • Beyond Oasis (Genesis)
  • Road Rash 3 (Genesis)
  • Lunar: Eternal Blue (Sega CD)
  • Space Adventure Cobra 2 (Sega CD)



  • Jurassic Park 2: The Chaos Continues
  • Michael Andretti's Indy Car Challenge
  • NBA Jam: Tournament Edition
  • Ogre Battle
  • Pieces
  • Tecmo Super Bowl II: Special Edition
  • The Flinstones
  • The Itchy and Scratchy Game
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show: Time Warp
  • The Shadow

Sega CD

  • Bouncers
  • ESPN National Hockey Night
  • Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure
  • Shadow of the Beast II
  • Slam City with Scottie Pippen


  • Aero the Acrobat II
  • NBA Jam: Tournament Edition
  • New Horizons

Game Boy

  • WWF Raw

Game Gear

  • WWF Raw


Strategy Guides
(Multi-page guides)

  • Snatcher (Sega CD) (4 Pages) (Part 2 - Part 1 in previous issue)
  • X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse (SNES) (3 Pages)
  • Ristar (Genesis) (4 Pages)
  • NHL 95' (Genesis) (3 Pages)
  • Super Punch-Out (SNES) (Part 2 - Part 1 in previous issue)

Note: After page 3 of the Super Punch-Out guide, there are 4 pages missing from the copy of this issue of Game Players that this database entry is based on. Going by the the table of contents, what is missing, might be a strategy guide for "The Lion King". It is not clear for what system.

Game Slayers
(Readers send in game strategy related questions - how to get past certain parts in games, etc., and staff writer Jeff Ludrigan tries to answer them)

  • Final Fantasy III (SNES) (an extensive two page answer, and another answer later)
  • Young Merlin (SNES)
  • Landstalker (Genesis)
  • Animaniacs (SNES)
  • Sonic & Knuckles (Genesis)

Reader's Network (reader mail)

-New editor Chris Slate makes note of all the crazy letters the magazine has been getting, and encourages more.

-This might be considered the start of a new era for the magazine. One in which off-beat humor, and recurring, sort of "storylines" of wackiness, begin to permeate the whole magazine.

Back Talk

-Last non-ad page of the issue. Humor, and hints of things to come in the next issue.

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    Title: Game Players Issue 69
    Month: March
    Year: 1995
    Publisher: GP Publications, Inc.
    Editor: Chris Slate
    Pages: 132
    Price: $4.95 U.S. / $5.95 Canada
    Country: United States
    Language: English
    Votes: 0

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