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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:07 pm

This week we return to the world of Nintendo with Nintendo Magazine System issue 8, once again provided by Mort.
The articles for this week concentrate on the SNES, but also include one very special NES game:
The incredibly rare Mr. Gimmick! for the Nintendo Entertainment System by Sunsoft.
While on the SNES side we have Batman Returns, Exhaust Heat II and Operation Logic Bomb.

Nintendo Magazine System 8 - may 1993 (UK)
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Mr. Gimmick! (NES)
Batman Returns (SNES)
Exhaust Heat II (SNES)
Operation Logic Bomb (SNES)
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by noiseredux Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:13 pm

triverse wrote:This week we return to the world of Nintendo with Nintendo Magazine System issue 8, once again provided by Mort.
The articles for this week concentrate on the SNES, but also include one very special NES game:
The incredibly rare Mr. Gimmick! for the Nintendo Entertainment System by Sunsoft.
While on the SNES side we have Batman Returns, Exhaust Heat II and Operation Logic Bomb.

Nintendo Magazine System 8 - may 1993 (UK)
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Mr. Gimmick! (NES)
Batman Returns (SNES)
Exhaust Heat II (SNES)
Operation Logic Bomb (SNES)


what's up with Lethal Weapon and Universal Soldier? :( I keep waiting for you to post some GB articles.
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by Hobie-wan Fri Jul 16, 2010 1:27 pm

noiseredux wrote:what's up with Lethal Weapon and Universal Soldier? :( I keep waiting for you to post some GB articles.


If you follow the main link, you can download the entire magazine. They just feature a few of the reviews for each magazine.
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by noiseredux Fri Jul 16, 2010 1:42 pm

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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:42 am

Today is another huge step for us at Out-of-Print Archive as we are extremely proud to present you with our first official release of the iconic Zzap! magazine, thanks to the hard work of KiwiArcader who put a huge amount of time into this magazine.
This issue is being presented with full permission from Roger Kean and Newsfield Publications.
The featured articles are: Shoot 'em Up Construction Kit feature by Jonathan Hare from Sensible Software.
Reviews for Platoon, Matchday II, Deflektor as well as Hunter's Moon, all of which are for the Commodore 64.

Zzap64! 34 - february 1988 (UK)
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Shoot 'em Up Construction Kit (C64)
Platoon (C64)
Matchday II (C64)
Deflektor (C64)
Hunter's Moon (C64)
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Sat Aug 07, 2010 12:40 pm

A lot of people have been waiting for this one and today it's finally here. we are talking about the final published issue of the Official Sega Saturn Magazine.
The online articles for this week are the following:
An interview with Bizarre Creations about Metropolis Street Racer for the Dreamcast.
A big special report on the JAMMA 1998 show, as well as previews on Black Matrix and Marvel Super Heroes VS Street Fighter.


Official Sega Saturn Magazine 37 - november 1998 (UK)
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interview with Bizarre Creations about Metropolis (Dreamcast)
JAMMA 1998 show (Arcade)
Black matrix (Sega Saturn)
Marvel Super Heroes VS Street Fighter (Sega Saturn)

The complete magazine can be downloaded in its full resolution by clicking here.
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Fri Aug 20, 2010 1:57 pm

Missed the update for the 13th but here it is:

This Friday we return to the glory days of the Super Nintendo with the latest issue of Super Play.
The start of our selection of online features with a look at the various Special F/X Chips for the SNES.
Followed by the first in a new series of features about living in Tokyo called Tokyo Blues.
Then we have the review for Super Star Wars and we end with an interview with David Darling from CodeMasters about the Game Genie.

Super Play 4 - february 1993 (UK)
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interview with David Darling of CodeMasters on the GameGenie
Japanese feature: Tokyo Blues
Super Star Wars Review
Special F/X chips feature

The complete magazine can be downloaded in its full resolution by clicking here.

And today, August 20th, brings us:

This week, we have CVG #171 featuring a cover story on the Ultra 64 (later renamed N64, or Nintendo 64 depending on your taste), inside brings coverage of Shoshinkai Show 1995 along with many reviews and previews of games that later went on to be extremely popular with gamers.

The online features include the N64 coverage, reviews of Sega Rally on Sega Saturn, Namco Museum Vol. 1 on PSOne and Ridge Racer Revolution also on PSOne.  CVG #171 is full of varied reviews and previews covering many systems, definitely an issue you don't want to miss.

CVG #171 February 1996
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Shoshinkai Show 1995 Coverage
Sega Rally Review
Namco Museum Vol 1 Review
Ridge Racer Revolution Review

The complete magazine can be downloaded in its full resolution by clicking here.
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Fri Sep 17, 2010 10:36 am

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Vivid Images went back in time with their adventure game Time Machine, The Games Machine magazine bowed out with its last issue, Amstrad launched their new GX4000 games console, and a sleek black 16-bit gaming console was about to hit the UK. That was September 1990 and this is 'Back in Time', our monthly feature where we look back at the classic video gaming magazines twenty years ago this month.

As usual, the feature comes with a selection of articles that were chosen from four of the magazines covered and are available to read online:
CU Amiga's review of Corporation on the Amiga, YC's review of Time Machine on the C64, Zero's review of Operation Stealth on the Atari ST, and S (The Sega mag) special on the Mega Drive.

Corporation (Amiga)
Time Machine (Commodore 64)
Operation Stealth (Atari ST)
introducing the Mega Drive (hardware feature)

Read the full August Back in Time Special.
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:50 am

This week we return with another official Out-of-Print Archive release with the blessing of Hugh Gollner and Maverick Magazines.
In this premiere issue of Mega Drive Advanced Gaming Magazine we look forward to the arrival of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 with a special feature talking about what was known about the game at the time.
Besides this special feature we also have three hand picked Mega Drive reviews ligned up for you this week.
We start with Cadash, followed by the classic horror game Splatterhouse 2, and we finish of with the little known gem called The Flaming Dodgeball Kid.


Mega Drive Advanced Gaming 1 - september 1992 (UK)
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Sonic the Hedgehog 2 feature (Mega Drive)
Cadash (Mega Drive)
Splatterhouse 2 (Mega Drive)
The Flaming Dodgeball Kid (Mega Drive)

The complete magazine can be downloaded in its full resolution by clicking here.
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:33 pm

The full complete set of Maximum Magazine is available now at http://www.outofprintarchive.com/catalogue/maximum.html

Also, this week in the Back in Time feature:


"Three brand new magazines were launched, arcade hit Ivan 'Iron Man' Stewart's Super Off Road raced all over the major computer formats, the Commodore 64 re-launched in console form and Wonderland proved a wonderful hit..."  That was October 1990 and this is 'Back in Time', our monthly feature where we look back at the classic video gaming magazines twenty years ago this month.

As usual, the feature comes with a selection of articles that were chosen from four of the magazines covered and are available to read online:
Commodore Format's feature on the C64GS, Amstrad Computer User's feature on the new range of Amstrad Plus machines, CU Amiga's review of Wonderland on the Amiga and The One's review of Powermonger on the Amiga.

C64GS (Hardware feature)
Power Plus (Hardware feature)
Wonderland (Amiga)
Powermonger (Amiga)

Read the full October Back in Time Special.
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