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  1. Electronic Gaming Monthly Issue 180 (July 2004)

    Issue debound with hair dryer. Scanned flatbed at 600dpi 24-bit color photo mode. Single page template created in Photoshop with Levels and Hue adjustment layers. Width doubled and guide added for standard facing pages template. All pages edited in facing pages setup except for front and back covers, inside back cover flap and page 122. CBZ created from 600dpi edits exported at 300dpi in JPG level 9.
    Table of Contents:
    LETTERS
    They write. We respond. You laugh
    PRESS START
    The latest news, interviews, features, and gaming tidbits
    THE LORD OF THE RINGS, THE THIRD AGE
    The ring is gone, but the Fellowship remains strong
    HALO 2
    Fresh info on the shooter's single- and multiplayer modes
    EGM INTERNATIONAL
    Tune in to Tokyo's wackier titles
    SPIDER-MAN 2
    We unmask the websilnger's movie-based sequel
    ADVANCE WARS: UNDER FIRE
    The itsy-bitsy strategy series invades GameCube
    AFTERTHOUGHTS
    Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow's creators let you in on their secrets
    NEED FOR SPEED UNDERGROUND 2
    Th e bigger the spoiler, the closer to God
    FREE GAME SYSTEM
    Sign up for a two-year subscription and get the Phantom for free
    PRINCE OF PERSIA 2
    Time is still on your side in the sequel to our 2003 Game of the Year
    THE SEASON OF EVIL
    Resident Evil's T-Virus spreads to the big screen and spawns more sequels
    TIMESPLITTERS : FUTURE PERFECT
    Try shooting the barrels--they explode!
    CELEBRITY INTERVIEW
    Derek Jeter clobbers our curveballs
    VIEWTIFUL JOE 2
    Capcom's comic book come to life comes back
    ONLINE
    Why now is the right time to sign up for Xbox Live
    THE HOT TEN
    Sick of hearing about Halo 2? Vote for something else
    COMING SOON
    You'll find few fireworks this Jul y
    BUILD YOUR OWN XBUNDLE
    How to grab an Xbox and a handful of games for little green
    COVER STORY: DRIV3R
    The first PlayStation 2 and Xbox installment in the hard-driving series is nearly road ready, and developer Reflections has handed us the keys. We check under the hood and give the game a six-point inspection.
    REVIEW CREW
    Three reviews per game--just the way you like it
    Multiplatform
    Van Helsing
    Future Tactics: The Uprising
    Shrek 2
    Red Dead Revolver
    PlayStation 2
    Onimusha 3: Demon Siege
    UFC: Sudden Impact
    Galactic Wrestling Featuring Ultimate Muscle
    Bujinga: The Forsaken City
    Front Mission 4
    Xbox
    The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay
    Metal Slug 3
    Rallisport Challenge 2
    GameCube
    The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures
    Game Boy Advance
    Mario Golf Advance
    Shining Force
    Mario vs. Donkey Kong
    FIRST NEXT-GEN GAME UNVEILED
    We shed light on the mysterious Dark Sector
    THE UNUSUAL SUSPECTS
    We stake out six games that are about to carjack Grand Theft Auto's bandwagon... and get away with it
    TRICKS OF THE TRADE
    Game couseling, codes and cheats
    Resident Evil Outbreak
    Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes
    Mega Man Zero 2
    Tenchu: Return From Sarkness
    Phantasy Star Online: Episode III--Card Revolution
    Champions of Norrath
    GameShark vs. Action Replay
    Final Fantasy XI
    MTX: Mototrax
    Ninja Gaiden
    GAME OVER
    Here are your four continues
    REST OF THE CRAP
    CROSSWORD
    NEXT MONTH
    HSU & CHAN
     

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  2. Video Games Issue 02 (October 1982)

    FEATURES
    VIDEO GAMES Interview: Tim Skelly
    One of a growing list of unmasked, eager-to-talk game designers, Skelly's topics include his recent game Reactor, his days at Cinematronics and theta wave meditation. Interview by Neil Tesser.
    Video Games Go to the Movies
    Tron and Starblasters are sure-fire evidence of Hollywood's latest love affair. Sue Adamo files a report.
    The Art of Video Games
    How do all those pretty pictures get on to the video screen? Bob Mecoy provides some answers and also takes a revealing peek into the future.
    Coleco Has a Vision- Better Games for All
    What's in a name? Steve Bloom examines the past, present and immediate future of this extremely ambitious toy manufacturer.
    SPECIAL SECTION
    ROGER DIONNE'S A BUYER'S GUIDE TO HOME VIDEO GAMES
    Dionne dissects 19 of the most popular and/ or up-and-coming cartridges, including Defender, Star Strike and The Quest for the Rings. Adapted from the Banbury book.
    DEPARTMENTS
    HYPERSPACE
    A few words of hype from the editor.
    DOUBLE SPEAK
    Some words of advice from our readers.
    BLIPS
    Death of a gamer, Applefest reviewed, new software on the block, Apollo's story, the latest legal news, last call for computer camp.
    DR. VIDEO
    Ever wonder what all that game playing is doing to your eyes? Our resident optometrist, Dr. Arnold Sherman, has.
    BOOK BEAT
    John "Hey Buddy! Can You Spare a Quarter?" Holmstrom can't stand all those "beat-the-games" books. Can you?
    COIN-OP SHOP
    Nobody reviews 'em better than Eugene "Defender/ Stargate/ Robotron" Jarvis. Everyone's favorite game designer takes a look .at Turbo, Zaxxon, Dig Dug, Robby Roto and Grand Champion.
    HARD SELL
    Got $300? Wanna blow it on a TY-game system? Roger Dionne narrows your choice down to Intellivision and Astrocade.
    COMIC RELIEF
    Vidiosyncratic views of arcade life from Matt Howarth, Lou Stathis, Peter Bagge and John Holmstrom (again?). Illustrated
    OUTTAKES

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  3. Video Games Issue 16 (January 1984)

    FEATURES
    Hollywood Style Bits and Bytes
    Whiz Kids' Executive Producer Phil DeGuere takes you behind-the-scenes of his hit TV show.
    The Art Side Of Video Games
    The wave of the future: An artistic view of "Moondust" and "Lifespan".
    Harry Williams
    A last tribute to a coin-op legend.
    SPECIAL SECTION
    Blasting Into the Laser Disc Age!
    A look at the latest entries: Cliff Hanger and Pitchman
    Beating The Coin-Ops
    Tips and strategies for the latest arcade games.
    The Untold History of Video Games
    Discovering the true beginnings and some revealing facts.
    DEPARTMENTS
    HYPERSPACE
    Insights into the issue at hand.
    DOUBLE SPEAK
    VIDEO GAMES' readers speak out.
    BLIPS
    Wizardry wonders, video games blues, world champs go for the gold, dialing for dollars, a TKO before the starting bell.
    HARD SELL
    The Commodore 64: A computer for all ages.
    COIN-OP SHOP
    Paying the price for excellence: Cliff Hanger, M.A.C.H. 3, Aztarac and more.
    FLIP SIDE
    Changing Times: Centaur II and Rack 'Em Up.
    SOFT SPOT
    The sleeping giant awakens: Robot Tank, Happy Trails, Battlezone, Pole Position, Super Cobra and more.
    COMPUTER CORNER
    A giant leap ahead for computer games: Cannonball Blitz, Astro Chase, and more.
    GAME EFFORTS
    Some gift-giving wonders: Table-tops, hand-helds and dual-screen games.
    STATS

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  4. Video Games Issue 21 (Fall 1984)

    FEATURES
    Just For The Fun Of It
    The wonderful world of the Three Stooges and Mylstar Electronics AND the chance to win your own arcade game!
    That Championship Season
    Video Games reports on the Track & Field Tournament.
    Atari's New Game In Town
    Too much, too late.
    Flipping Out Over Pinball
    Game Plan keeps going at full tilt Plus Win your very own pinball machine in VG's special "When Lit Trivia Contest".
    The Last Starfighter
    Will this screen gem be summer's blockbuster hit?
    A Sight To Behold
    Exidy brings on Crossbow-the big brain game!
    Going For The Gold Contest Results
    The correct answers to last issue's Track & Field quiz and the name of our grand prize winner.
    SEPECIAL SECTION
    Walter Day
    The trials and tribulations of the king of the video game capital.
    Beating The Coin-Ops
    Tips and strategies for mastering Track & Field and Cliff Hanger.
    DEPARTMENTS
    HYPERSPACE
    Insight s into the is sue at hand.
    BLIPS
    Video games take off into outer space; the return of Intellivision; getting graphic with the Animation Station from Suncom; going through the changes with Masterplay 5200 Interface; sittin' pretty with the new Balans chair and computer camping directories .
    DOUBLE SPEAK
    Video Games ' readers speak out.
    COMPUTER CORNER
    Teaching an old VIC new tricks plus Centipede; Night Mission Pinball; Turmoil ; Gridrunner; Lazer Zone; Cohen's Towers and Donkey Kong.
    GAME EFFORTS
    Taking Coleco's Roll er Controllers for a spin!
    COIN-OP SHOP
    High drama in the arcade world: Atari 's Firefox, Cinematronics / Magicom / Don Bluth's Space Ace and more.
    SOFT SPOT
    A mixed bag of video cart attractions: Pressure Cooker; Air Raiders; Ken Uston Blackjack-Poker; Wizard of Wor; Victory; Sewer Sam; Boing! and lots more.
    STATS

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  5. Video Games Issue 19 (April 1984)

    Volume 2, Number 7
    April 1984

    FEATURES
    MIND OVER MATTER
    New controls for new video goes one step beyond!

    SPECIAL SECTION
    GOING FULL-CYCLE
    Williams' laserdisc Star Rider gets on track plus
    How Williams puts "you" in the game.

    CONVENTIONAL WISDOM
    Spotlighting developments at the Winter CES.

    BEATING THE COIN-OPS
    Tips and strategies for Discs of Tron and Star Wars.

    DEPARTMENTS

    HYPERSPACE
    Insights into the issue at hand.

    BLIPS
    Five bytes to a new you; getting crypt-ic; learning is fundamental;
    a healthy start; computer age dry cleaning; the "N' teams and more.

    STATS

    DOUBLE SPEAK
    Video Games' readers speak out.

    GAME EFFORTS
    Getting a handle on your game with controls at your feet.

    COIN-OP
    Arcade games with a sporting chance:
    NFL Football, Spy Hunter, Mr. Do's Castle.

    FLIP SIDE
    Coming to terms with the pinball revival:
    Sharpshooter II and Soccer Kings.

    SOFT SPOT
    Designs on video games: Space Shuttle, Mr. Do, Rabbit Transit.

    HARDSELL
    An in-depth look at the first Coleco ADAMs.

    BOOK BEAT
    Getting down to BASICs.

    COMPUTER CORNER
    Fun and games with electronic marvels: Spitball, Astrol Patrol,
    Salmon Run, Mr. Robot and his Robot Factory, Moonbase Io and more.

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  6. Video Games Issue 18 (March 1984)

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  7. Video Games Issue 03 (December 1982)

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  8. Video Games Issue 01 (August 1982)

    Video Games Issue 01 (August 1982)

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  9. Xbox Nation (XBN) Issue 03 (Summer 2002)

    Xbox Nation (XBN) Issue 3 (Summer 2002)

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  10. Official Xbox Magazine Issue 001 (December 2001)

    Official Xbox Magazine Issue 1 (December 2001)

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  11. Electronic Games Issue 25 (May 1984)

    Electronic Games Issue 25 (May 1984)

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  15. VideoGaming Illustrated Issue 012 (December 1983)

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  16. JoyStik Issue 3 (December 1982)

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  17. Videogaming Illustrated Issue 003 (December 1982)

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  18. Electronic Games Issue 10 (December 1982)

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  19. Vidiot Issue 001 (September/October 1982)

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