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  1. Yep! MigJmz saved the day the ones I uploaded that were yanked are safely here now
  2. I've got backups of all my stuff if you ever need anything lmk
  3. The Publishers Association is doing a sweep on the IA from what I understand and taking down a lot of stuff unfortunately. My two Super Plays I uploaded were taken down (luckily they're here thanks to MigJmz). Hopefully it gets sorted out before more and more stuff is yanked. What's weird is that the two super plays were taken down seperately, one was weeks after the other one so I'm not really sure how they're finding this stuff. Maybe uploading without mentioning the publisher going forward would help avoid takedowns. Not sure.
  4. I for sure get what you guys are saying in regards to 600DPI for everyday uses, I don't mind going through the QNAP and maybe uploading the RAWs to the Archive if that doesn't step on anybodys toes? The biggest benefits of 600DPI and keeping those archived to me is just that it's easier to clean up things at higher resolution and that we don't know what the future holds for displays to where maybe we'll want that large of images. In the mid 90s a 640x480 monitor was pretty sweet but now we're at 4k monitors. So you just never know (Except the limits of the human eye heh)! I'm just saying if we have the images already in 600DPI as RAWs lets get them out there and preserved in more than one place. I'm happy to work on that in my spare time if it's okay.
  5. Agree with TheRedEye and that's what I've personally been doing. It's a good idea if people don't mind going to the trouble to upload them to the Internet Archive if we have the 600DPI images. I get not wanting to host them due to size etc but the Archive can. The RAW images could be very useful down the road.
  6. Retromags Presents! Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 199 (January 2006) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: hardcorehubz    Edited By: MigJmz    Uploaded By: hardcorehubz    Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
  7. Retromags Presents! Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 185 (December 2004) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: hardcorehubz Edited By: MigJmz Uploaded By: hardcorehubz Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!
  8. Not really interested in doing the touch up stuff if I'm being honest, would rather spend that time scanning. But happy to put them on the FTP for someone else to fix and release if they want to. I don't care about the credit, just want this stuff out there.
  9. Retromags Presents! Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 201 (March 2006) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: hardcorehubz    Edited By: hardcorehubz    Uploaded By: hardcorehubz    Donated By: hardcorehubz Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
  10. Retromags Presents! Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 200 (February 2006) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: hardcorehubz    Edited By: hardcorehubz    Uploaded By: hardcorehubz    Donated By: hardcorehubz Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!  
  11. Retromags Presents! Updated Release of Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 126 (January 2000) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: hardcorehubz Edited By: hardcorehubz Uploaded By: hardcorehubz Donated By: hardcorehubz Subscribe to our New Release Feedburner email!