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Game Players Nintendo Guide Vol.6 No.1

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Features:

  • Editor's Notes (Leslie Mizell explains about lead times, and why the prototypes they are often reviewing turn out differently once the complete version is released)
  • The Leader of the Bunch (Chris Slate takes six pages to explain why The Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse (SNES) is so frickin' sweet.)
  • Attention, Racing Fans! (Vince Matthews explains the ins and outs of Super Mario Kart (SNES))
  • American Bart-iator (Jonathan Gagnon exposes The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Juggernauts (GB))
  • Long Live Camelot (Selby Bateman's five-page guide to King Arthur's World (SNES) gives you a great start on taking back Camelot from the demons infesting it)
  • Caped Crusading in Batman Returns (Matthew A. Firme's quick peek into the world of the film-to-game adaptation of Batman Returns (NES))
  • Aaaah! Monsters! (Takara's SNES release of King of the Monsters meets with Chris Slate's approval)
  • George Saves the Universe (Meet George Jetson...as Vince Matthews explains The Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper (NES))
  • The Devil Made Him Do It (Enix's Soul Blazer on the SNES grabs four pages in Jeff Lundrigan's write-up)
  • Getting Started in Role-Playing Games (Chris Slate uses the upcoming release of Final Fantasy Mystic Quest (SNES) to explain the basics of RPGs to new gamers)



Super Secrets (Cheat codes galore):

  • On the Ball (SNES)
  • The Hunt for Red October (GB)
  • Q*Bert: The Movie (GB)
  • Final Fight (SNES)
  • Super Buster Bros. (SNES)
  • Super Mario Kart (SNES)



Reviews:

  • The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends (NES)
  • Stunt Kids (NES)
  • The Simpsons: Krusty's Funhouse (NES)
  • Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball (SNES)
  • SD The Great Battle (SNES) (Japan-only)
  • Space Football: One on One (SNES) (shown here as 'Space Football')
  • Super Bowling (SNES)
  • Super Off Road (GB)
  • Super Play Action Football (SNES)
  • WWF Superstars 2 (GB)



Ahead of the Game (Previews):

  • Aerobiz (SNES)
  • Chester Cheetah: Too Cool to Fool (SNES)
  • Congo's Caper (SNES)
  • Power Moves (SNES)
  • The Irem Skins Game (SNES) (shown here as 'The Skins Game')



Notable Stuff:

  • An apology for identifying Dragon Warrior IV as a Super Nintendo game instead of an NES game appears on the masthead page. Oops!
  • There's nothing in the SD The Great Battle review to indicate it was an import-only title, which makes us think Bandai cancelled its US release after sending GamePro">GP the review copy.
  • There's a cute little feature on how Taito created The Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper, including some screenshots of beta levels and how they changed in the final production, on page 63.
  • Stunt Kids scores a whopping 2/10. Thor Aackerlund probably wasn't happy stumping for this one...
  • Super Play Action Football lets you design your own team, anywhere from the high-school to NFL-level. Wonder how many kids made their own high school teams and mascots in order to play their rivals with this thing?


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    Title: Game Players Nintendo Guide Vol.6 No.1
    Month: January
    Year: 1993
    Publisher: Signal Research
    Editor: Leslie Mizell
    Country: United States
    Language: English
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