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Next Generation Issue 14

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Is Ultra 64 as good as Silicon Graphics claims?

The power of Silicon Graphics worstaions* is almost cliche. But can SGI deliver that power at an affordable price in Ultra 64? For the answer, we went straight to the source. The result: an exclusive interview with SGI's techno guru George Zachary

Ultra 64: Nintendo's shot at the Title

After two years of hype, rumors, and precious little information from Nintendo, it's 64-bit super-system was revealed at the Shoshinkai exposition in Tokyo. Is Ultra 64 truly the quantum leap Nintendo has promised? NEXT Generation asks the tough questions

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Is Ultra 64 as good as SGI claims?

Silicon Graphics developed the innards of Nintendo's new machine. Who better to ask if it's any good?

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News

All the latest news from the world of gaming

  • 23......Essential Reading (book reviews)
  • 25......Movers & Shakers (business news)
  • 27......Joyriding (online gaming news)
  • 29......Arcadia (coin-op news and updates)

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Ultra 64: Nintendo's shot at the title

Exclusive interviews with Shigeru Miyamoto and Howard Lincoln. Plus exclusive game previews

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Psst! Wanna buy a game system?

Having great hardware is meaningless if no one buys it. So what do Sega and Sony do to get your cash?

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Alphas

Want to know what you will be playing in the next few months? Read about if first here. Featuring:

  • Shellshock (multi)
  • Destiny (Win 95)
  • Theme Hospital (PC)
  • Shrinking Character (multi)
  • Samurai Spirits (Neo-Geo)
  • Zombieville (PC)
  • Spycraft (multi)
  • Amok (Saturn)
  • Sky Target (arcade)
  • Syndicate Wars (PS-X)
  • Scorcher (Saturn)
  • Secret of Mana 2 (SNES)
  • SF Alpho (multi)

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Finals

The 32-bit product explosion continues at a breakneck pace, and we have had the pleasure of playing 38 games this month so we can give you a definitive report on their quality.


now hiring

Sick of people telling you to "get a job" when you ask for spare change? Why not take their advice and seek employment in the best industry on the planet?

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Letters

Our readers are among the sharpest on the planet. Here's their side of the story, and our reactions

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The way games ought to be

More hi-octane game theory from Chris Crawford. This month: more reasons why Hollywood sucks

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    Title: Next Generation Issue 14
    Month: February
    Year: 1996
    Publisher: Imagine Media
    Editor: Neil West
    Pages: 200
    Price: $4.99 USA, $5.99 Canada
    Country: United States
    Language: English
    Votes: 0

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