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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by Anthony817 Fri Nov 26, 2010 12:06 am

Hello! Great site I have gotten many magazines from it and can't thank you enough! I have a small problem though, and I emailed the support on the site, but nothing has come of it.

I have a problem where I can't register on the site and use the forums. I have tried many different emails and user name combinations, but it says I am banned from registering on the site. Please, I really want tro be a part of the community. If you could help me out that would be great. Thanks for all your awesome work!
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Fri Nov 26, 2010 11:16 am

We return to more Nintendo love this week with issue 10 of Nintendo Magazine System.
As always this magazine is kindly submitted by Mort.
As you might expect by now, we have yet again selected four atricles which serve as a nice preview for this issue:
The first ones are Super Bomberman and WWF Royal Rumble, which both are on the Super Nintendo. Followed by Megaman 4 on the NES. And the final review for this week is Dr. Franken 2 which is a game for the Game Boy.

Nintendo Magazine System 10 - JULY 1993 (UK)
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Super Bomberman (SNES)
WWF Royal Rumble (SNES)
Megaman 4 (NES)
Dr. Franken 2 (Game Boy)

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 Nov 26, 2010 11:18 am

Anthony, I am sorry to hear that you are having trouble signing up for the forums, we have had a rash of spammers come through and have had to get quite aggressive in taking care of them. Can you e-mail admin@outofprintarchive and someone will get to helping you ASAP.

It may be a case of your IP address is close to one that was banned (such as just blocking a range of IP's due to several hundred bots using that range to sign up).
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by Anthony817 Fri Nov 26, 2010 4:58 pm

I already sent an email on the 16th, and now I just sent email #2. I hope it gets to the admins email account. I am sure it just must have been overlooked. :)
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Sat Nov 27, 2010 3:40 am

That is weird. The admin@outofprintarchive.com address goes to the 3 admins there (me, meppi and nreive). I just checked my e-mail and there are none from anyone having a problem with OoPA. PM me your details that you want to use on OoPA and I can create the account for you.

I am sorry that you are having so much trouble with signing up. Also, I apologize for getting back to you as quickly as we should have (we have been extremely busy with the Phoenix and all that it entails-21 years in the making).

My personal e-mail if you want to send your details to it is triverse@hotmail.com
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Fri Dec 03, 2010 10:39 pm

Check out the video game publishing legacy of EMAP-

http://www.outofprintarchive.com/articl ... /emap.html
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by benf Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:11 pm

Does anybody know if scans exist of a SFA3 fighter's edge issue?
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Re: Out-of-Print Archive

by triverse Fri Oct 14, 2011 9:27 pm

Still in high spirits from the latest preservation triumph, we hit the ground running with this latest issue of Super Play.
With our first featured article we go a little off-topic as we look into Japanese pop music, but also into several game soundtracks in Live from Hell City: Musak Maestro Please!. Then we look forward to one of the year's most anticipated titles: Starfox.
After all this we take a look at a lesser known fighter game for the Super Famicom, namely Ranma 1/2 part 2.
And we finish off this update with a review for the underrated classic Super SWIV.



Super Play 6 - april 1993 (UK)
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Live from Hell City: Musak Maestro Please! (feature)
Starfox(feature)
Ranma 1/2 2(review)
Super SWIV(review)

The complete magazine can be downloaded in its full resolution by clicking here and can also be downloaded for portable devices by clicking here.
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