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  1. Game Players issues from 1989 & 1990 really needs the holes filled. I'd really love to see these issues:
  2. Wow, cool. I'm pretty sure it was with issue 32, but can't confirm that 100%
  3. Yay, thanks Sean!
  4. I am going totally just on memory here, but if I recall correctly, EGM #30 has a preview of Ultima VI The False Prophet for SNES, not Ultima IV, as listed in the database entry. Really can't wait to see if I'm wrong or right on that!
  5. Fantastic news, thanks Sean!
  6. Nice, thanks Kiwi !!
  7. That is definitely one issue I have not read since the early-mid 90s. It'll be amazing to read through it again for the first time in 20+ years.
  8. @marktrade Yes it really was. M2 would have been the most powerful console of its generation (PS1 / Saturn / N64) and slightly better than a 3DFX Voodoo1 card in graphics. Would've been great if released in late 1996. But by mid 1997 it was showing its age, one of the reasons it was canceled. The early dev kits for Dreamcast were at least 3-4 times more powerful than M2 according to Warp's Kenji Eno who had experience working on both machines, two different versions of D2. Incidentally, the issues of Intelligent Gamer's Fusion report on 3DO's successor chipset to the M2, known as MX. I recall one of the articles stating MX was like M2 on steroids.
  9. Intelligent Gamer's Fusion would be really great.
  10. OMG this is awesome (and Computer Games: Strategy Plus issue 63 as well) thanks KiwiArcader. I used to be really into military flight sims.
  11. Awesome!
  12. Game Players issue 11 - May 1990, and issue 3 - August / September 1989 Also of course, Electronic Game Player issue #2 May/June 1988 and issue #3 July/August 1988
  13. Awesome, Sean, looking forward to it!
  14. Electronic Gaming Monthly Especially the early months of 1992!
  15. Thanks Sean! Looking forward to EGM #32.