I think I'll pick up a copy solely for the Outrun feature. Thanks for the tip!
So this mag is only in Europe?
"You cannot stop me with just a paramecium!"
This makes me wish you published in Australia >.>
They've recently released a DVD featuring the first thirty-something issues of Retro Gamer; I don't know if it's a limited edition or something like that (or just sold out too often!), but it's been selling like hot cakes.
Art Thread! ---> http://www.sega-16.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5072
no, you should mention it again :P
Death To MP3, :3
Mida sa loed ? Nagunii aru ei saa "Gnirts test is a shit" New and growing website of total jawusumness !
Ready For Remake: Ant Attack
Sandy White looks back at the creation of his 8-bit isometric classic and reveals the sequel that nearly came to be.
The Classic Game: Planescape: Torment
It’s widely regarded as one of the greatest D&D games of all time. Discover what makes Torment is a classic.
The Making of… Defender
Defender blew our minds when it blasted onto arcade machines in 1980. Creator, Eugene Jarvis explains why.
Retroinspection: Game & Watch
The simple idea that became a global phenomenon and sired the Game Boy and DS. Meet the Game & Watch.
Developer Lookback: Shiny (Part 1)
You can’t really talk about Shiny Entertainment without discussing David Perry, so the first part of our lookback charts his early beginnings…
The Making of… Soul Calibur
In an exclusive new interview, Namco reveals how it converted its huge arcade hit to Sega’s Dreamcast and redefined the concept of the coin-op conversion.
The Making of… Night Shift
Mike Bevan goes behind the scenes of the biggest toy factory to ever feature in a computer game.
Conversion Capers: Chase H.Q.
Ex-Ocean staffer, Bill Harbison reveals the difficulties of cramming Taito’s coin-op in the Speccy and Amstrad.
The Making of… 4D Sports Drivin’
Atari’s Hard Drivin’ may have been the best, but 4D Sports Drivin’ remains a great addition to the genre.
And much, much more including: S.T.U.N. Runner, 1942: Joint Strike, Robo-Squash, Toki, Atic Atac, Marble Madness II, Super Mario World, Commando, Jammin’
BTW, I saw the brilliant article about you and your addictive site. They did a horrible job with your picture though. You look mysterious and dark!
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Speaking of the DVD collection, I finally got it in the mail. I forgot to mention it earlier when I got it. It took a month to get it! Yikes! They should've offered better shipping. The good thing about the PDFs of all the first 30 issues in the DVD is the compatibility. It can be used on both Mac and PC. The bad thing is the quality of the images used. It looks like they were saved in 72 dpi! Most of the images and the captions below the images look blurry!
- Celebrating 23 years of Atari's Gauntlet
- Interview with Hideo Kojima
- Dave Perry and Shiny Entertainment
The Making of…
- Super Pipeline I & II
- Samba De Amigo
- Galaga Legions
- Bionic Commando Rearmed
- We take a fond look back at the Commodore 16 and celebrate its excellent and varied games library.
Can anyone scan that interview with Melf some issues back and post it here?
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