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VideoGames & Computer Entertainment Issue 50

ISSUE: 50Content

PRIMARY SYSTEMS COVERAGE

  • Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Nintendo Game Boy
  • Sega Genesis
  • Sega Game Gear
  • Sega CD
  • SNK Neo Geo
  • Atari Lynx
  • Atari ST
  • Macintosh
  • PC
  • Amiga
  • NeXT
  • NEC TurboGrafx-16
  • NEC TurboGrafx-16 CD-ROM Player - Super CD-ROM Player
  • TTI TurboDuo
  • arcade


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FEATURES (Contents page excerpts)

A Matter Of Chaos - A Player's Guide To Dungeon Master (SNES), Part II by Clayton Walnum
In the second installment of this expert guide to JVC's intense adventure, you'll be introduced to a whole new batch of monsters and led through the puzzles of levels 4 and 5.

The Sound Of Gaming by Howard Wen ('The Sound of Gaming: Speakers Accentuate the Gaming Experience')
If you are getting tired of the tinny sound coming out of your TV or monitor, this survey of alternative output devices will start you on your way to cleaner audio.

Behind The Scenes At Electronic Arts: The Making Of The Lost Files Of Sherlock Holmes For CD-ROM by Mike Davila
VG&CE was recently given the opportunity to watch the making of a CD-ROM game. The result is no different than a movie: lots of bright lights, makeup and talented people.

REVIEWS & PREVIEWS

Video-Game Previews

  • Bram Stoker's Dracula (SCD)
  • Shadowrun (SNES)
  • Mechwarrior (SNES)
  • Fatal Fury (Gen/SNES)
  • Mutant League Football (Gen)


Video-Game Reviews

  • Flashback - The Quest for Identity (Gen)
  • Congo's Caper (SNES)
  • Lords of Thunder (TG16SCD/TurboDuo)
  • Zen Intergalactic Ninja (NES)
  • Fatal Fury 2 (NeoGeo)
  • Tyrants (Gen)
  • Bomberman II (NES)
  • World Sports Competition (TG16/TurboDuo)
  • Street Combat (SNES)
  • NBA All-Star Challenge (Gen)


Computer-Game Previews

  • Flashback (PC)
  • Alone in the Dark (PC)
  • Trump Castle 3 (PC)
  • Might and Magic: Dark Side of Xeen (PC)
  • V for Victory: Market Garden 1944 (PC)


Computer-Game Reviews

  • Batman Returns (PC)
  • WorldCircuit: the Grand Prix Race Simulation (PC)
  • Stunt Island (PC)
  • Oxyd (Amiga/ST/PC/Mac/NeXT)
  • Legends of Valour (PC)
  • The Tinies (PC/Mac)
  • Trolls (PC)
  • Star Legions (PC)
  • Spaceward Ho! (PC)


DEPARTMENTS

Editor's Letter by Andy Eddy

Reader Mail

Tip Sheet by Chris Bieniek

  • World Heroes (NeoGeo)
  • George Foreman's KO Boxing (SNES)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (Gen)


News Bits compiled by David S. Moskowitz

  • Top Coin-Ops for December 1992
  • Top Video Games for December 1992
  • Pirate BBS Settles out of Court
  • Meston Moves to Sandwich Islands Publishing
  • Electronic Arts Debuts EA Sports
  • Sanctuary Woods Joins as EA Affiliate
  • Carmen Sandiego Found at Hi Tech
  • SPA Offers Disk-Based Piracy Warning
  • U2's Edge Gets War Fever
  • Midway Makes Mortal Kombat T-Shirts
  • ICOM to Rerelease Classic Adventures
  • Davidson, Waterford Institute Resolve Dispute
  • Waite Falcon Guide Released
  • Disney Releases Aladdin Print Kit
  • Audio File Releases Disklift
  • SPA Spring Symposium to Be Held in San Diego
  • Top IBM PC Games for October 1992
  • VG&CE Replay - What Happened Then In Electronic Gaming (sidebar)


Easter Egg Hunt by Chris Bieniek

  • Alien 3 (Gen)
  • Street Fighter II (SNES; Game Genie codes)
  • Art of Fighting (NeoGeo)
  • Cobra Command (SCD)
  • Black Hole Assault (SCD)
  • Cosmic Fantasy 2 (TG16SCD/TurboDuo)
  • Krusty's Super Fun House (Gen)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (Gen; Game Genie codes)
  • Super Star Wars (SNES)
  • Forgotten Worlds (TG16SCD/TurboDuo)
  • It Came From the Desert (TG16CD/TurboDuo)


Gaming On The Go by Chris Bieniek (portable game reviews; this section is not listed in this issue's TOC)

  • Milon's Secret Castle (GB)
  • Power Factor (Lynx)
  • Arch Rivals (GG)
  • Joust (Lynx)
  • Spot's Cool Adventure (GB)
  • The Empire Strikes Back (GB) (Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back)


Destination Arcadia - Surviving in the Depths of the Space Lords by David S. Moskowitz (strategy)

Advertiser Index

Q&A

COVER (Contents page excerpt)

As the home systems get more powerful, the software gets more realistic. Proof of that is the smooth animation of U.S. Gold's Flashback - The Quest for Identity, which will appear on the Genesis soon, and is reviewed by Mike Davila on page 38. Cover Art: David Dees.



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    Title: VideoGames & Computer Entertainment Issue 50
    Month: March
    Year: 1993
    Publisher: Larry Flynt Publications
    Editor: Andy Eddy
    Country: United States
    Language: English
    Votes: 0

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