Ethereal Dragonz

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Ethereal Dragonz last won the day on December 26 2018

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    Xbox One
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  1. I wonder if I will ever get tired of anime chicks.
  2. Sega was the enemy when I was growing up... back when you were lucky if your parents would buy you one console. That made you heavily invested into the success of whatever you had. I did get to play most of these games later on when emulation became wide spread. That being said, this is a very good list and this product has twice as many games as the SNES mini. What baffles me is that the Japanese Mega Drive mini gets the six button controller and the USA gets the old-school three button version. Good luck with that copy of Street Fighter II.
  3. Fond memories of this issue. This is also one that I distinctly remember throwing away because I had the older Retromags scan of it. This one is superior.
  4. Thank you for the donation, it was a huge gesture at a big cost to yourself. There are probably a lot of individuals out there with huge collections who might be too intimidated to try something like this, so its important that we support someone when they do make the leap.
  5. So from a rough quick glance, it looks like there are around 200 issues listed that we do not have on the site, so there are some gaps that this fills. I am not sure how many more issues E-Day and Philly actually have in a box somewhere that have not been brought out. Unfortunately that large swath of Game Informers can't be added on the site :-(.
  6. Geez hardcorehubz, you've been relatively quiet for a few years and then BOOM you show up with some amazing stuff. Thank you!
  7. Good stuff man, just joined your Patreon.
  8. Wow! Those are real good years right there. I love seeing anything from 1990 - 1996.
  9. OH MY GOD! How are you ever going to scan all of these in your lifetime? Edit: Donated
  10. I used to have a ton of Pro Wrestling Illustrated and WWF Magazines. I either tossed them all or they are in my mom's garage.
  11. Sheep magazine? Haha, I didn't realize something like that existed. I wonder if there is a "Watching Paint Dry" magazine.
  12. Not a collector, but literally just a few hours ago I bought a USB capture device so I could port my old family VHS tapes into a digital format. Another good thing to do if you have all those old tapes would be to capture some old commercials or news casts and put them up on YouTube or Archive.org.
  13. The two magazines I really enjoyed in the 90s were GamePro and EGM. I was subscribed to both but I tossed all of the physical copies once I saw retromags had them all preserved :-). GamePro was my first gaming magazine and I got the first issue because they were being given away at Toys R Us as an introduction special. I've always liked the GamePro preview/review layouts and the section at the end for cheats. EGM I was introduced to in grade school. I was impressed with the Japanese and arcade game news that GamePro did not cover very well. This was especially important when new revisions of Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter were being introduced to the arcades. All the other magazines I had during that time were newsstand pickups when I was bored. Nintendo Power I appreciated for their walkthroughs but because it was Nintendo-focused only, I felt like it was lacking.
  14. This is a really amazing piece. Thank you JhonnyD for sharing this item from your collection so it can be preserved. Thank you kitsunebi77 for editing as always.