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Game Players Sega Guide

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Game Players Sega Guide (originally Game Player's Sega Genesis Strategy Guide) is a bimonthly magazine launched by Signal Research, modeled after their highly successful Nintendo strategy magazine. It followed directly after the launch of Game Player's Strategy Guide to Game Boy Games and would outlive it by a year and a half.

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Structurally it was the exact same as Game Players Nintendo Guide. The main emphasis was on strategy and cheats, although reviews were published in the rear of the magazine. These reviews began to be numerically scored in mid-1992 in a redesign to bring it up-to-date with the rest of the mags in GamePro">GP Publications' stable.

Its main competition on the stands was Mega Play, and that competition often became heated -- editor-in-chief Firme pointed out in one editorial that it was the "real" number-one independent Sega magazine and that it knew its readers "don't want a screenshot and a paragraph on every Mega Drive game in Japan". While its screenshots were lower-quality than Mega Play's and its coverage generally more outdated, it was the clear winner in feature stories and strategy.

Sega Guide was merged with Game Players Nintendo Guide in June 1993 to form a single multiplatform magazine, Game Players.


Game Players Sega Guide Index

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1990 1
1991 2 3 4 5 6 7
1992 8 9 10 11 12 13
1993 14 15


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    Title:Game Players Sega Guide
    Editor: Robert Lock, Matthew A. Firme
    Categories: Sega consoles and games
    Frequency: Quarterly (1990), bimonthly (1991-93)
    First Issue: Fall 1990
    Final Issue: Apr/May 1993
    Publisher: Signal Research (1990-92), GP Publications (1992-93)
    Country: United States

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