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 21 
 on: August 04, 2017, 02:24:08 AM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by Emerson Hyndman
No relevant intel so far. It's not like E3 where the public can see the progress for themselves. Still can't believe it's being made.

 22 
 on: July 29, 2017, 08:43:42 AM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by meppi64
I was only just able to finish up OSSM issue 22 this evening, but that one still needs a final pass of checking if I missed anything, not to mention all the online articles and graphics put together.
So I wasn't able to finish it up in time for the weekend.
So I went with the remastered edition that I had ready for Sega Pro issue 9 instead.
The good news is that you'll have something really nice and brand new to look forward to for next week. Wink


This time we look back again to Sega Pro with the newly remastered edition of issue 9 from July 1992.
We have a ton of previews for this issue, so let's get started.
We begin with a special titled: Guide to Shoot 'Em Ups.
Then we take a look at The Winter CES of 1992.
We move on to reviews for Exile as well as Bart VS The Space Mutants, both of which are for the Mega Drive.
And then we look at two Game Gear reviews: Crystal Warriors and OutRun Europa
before finishing off this update with the Master System review for Prince of Persia.



Sega Pro 9 - july 1992 (UK) (REMASTERED)


Guide to Shoot 'em ups
The winter CES of 1992
Exile (Mega Drive)
Bart vs the Space Mutants (Mega Drive)
Crystal Warriors (Game Gear)
Outrun Europa(Game Gear)
Prince of Persa (Master System)

The Maximum Resolution version (2560px) can be downloaded here.
The Tablet version (1600px) can be downloaded here.
The iPod/iPhone version (1136px) can be downloaded here.

 23 
 on: July 21, 2017, 07:01:50 AM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by meppi64

This week we return to October of 1993 with issue number 12 of Super Play.
For this issue, we have selected the following preview articles to read as the full magazine downloads:
A rare interview with the people who worked for the Nintendo Hotline.
The review for the awesome car battle Rock 'N' Roll Racing by Blizzard Entertainment before they were known as Blizzard.
And finally, not one, but two great Konami classics! The home conversion of the arcade smash Sunset Riders
as well as the cult classic Zombies Ate My Neighbors which was developed by none other than LucasArts.



Super Play 12 - october 1993 (UK) (REMASTERED)


Nintendo Hotline interview
Rock 'N' Roll Racing
Sunset Riders
Zombie Ate My Neighbors

The Maximum Resolution version (2560px) can be downloaded here.
The Tablet version (1600px) can be downloaded here.
The iPod/iPhone version (1136px) can be downloaded here.

 24 
 on: July 08, 2017, 05:19:38 AM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by meppi64

This week we go back in time 25 years to the summer of 1992
with the remastered version of issue 8 of Sega Pro.
This issue includes quite a few timeless classics, so let's get started:
first of we have a review for the Mega Drive classic Alisia Dragoon.
Then we move on to the review of one of the best games on the Game Gear: Monster World 2: The Dragon's Trap,
known in the west as Wonderboy 3: The Dragon's Trap,
which just recently got a beautiful remaster of it's own for the PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
Now we move on to a classic movie conversion: The Terminator
and we finish off this update with a somewhat forgotten shoot em up: Trouble Shooter.



Sega Pro 8 - june 1992 (UK) (REMASTERED)


Alisia Dragoon
Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap
The Terminator
Trouble Shooter

The Maximum Resolution version (2560px) can be downloaded here.
The Tablet version (1600px) can be downloaded here.
The iPod/iPhone version (1136px) can be downloaded here.

 25 
 on: July 05, 2017, 07:58:29 PM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by TawnyaZucker
After all these years it's finally happening! Cheesy

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ysnet/shenmue-3?ref=hero_thanks

Coming to PS4 and PC.

As a huge SEGA fan, backing this is a no brainer.
Even though I need every penny I have to finance my newly purchased house as well as money to pay for it's renovation, I just put $175 for Shenmue III because it really needs to exist!
When the Dreamcast died, a huge part of my passion for free slots without deposits hobby seemed to have died with it and even though I've loved several systems after it, it has never been the same, nor has it been as intense.

It's a strange feeling to once again get this hyped for a game to the point where I barely know what to do with myself!
Feels like being a kid again. Smiley

So, how is the campaign going?
Pls leave a bit of update here Tongue

 26 
 on: July 05, 2017, 06:44:40 AM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by Kyle Walker
You have my full respect! There are so many people out there who are cruel to animals but you help those in need.

 27 
 on: July 01, 2017, 07:18:50 AM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by meppi64

This week we step back into the cold winter month of November 1993
with the brand new release of Super Play issue 13.
For being the holiday season it was a somewhat slow month when it comes to big names releases.
Yet this doesn't mean that this month had nothing to look forward to.
We start by looking at Jurassic Park by Ocean. Afterwards it's all about the B-list platform heroes of yesteryear.
Starting with Aero the Acrobat by Sunsoft. Then moving on to another Ocean game: Mr Nutz.
And finally we look at one of the weirder platforming heroes of the 16-bit era: Super Putty by System 3.



Super Play 13 - november 1993 (UK)


Jurassic Park
Aero the Acrobat
Mr Nutz
Super Putty

The Maximum Resolution version (2560px) can be downloaded here.
The Tablet version (1600px) can be downloaded here.
The iPod/iPhone version (1136px) can be downloaded here.

 28 
 on: June 24, 2017, 05:36:50 AM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by meppi64

This week we return with issue 8 of the N64 Magazine, which was released in November of 1997.
 This was an issue with severe quality problems while scanning, due to the state of the magazine.
But with great care, all of these issues have been taken care of and with the new settings,
the magazine is now looking better than ever.
We begin with a look at the arcade racer San Francisco Rush.
Then we take a peek at the Japanese version of Bomberman 64.
From here we go to the review for the cover story: Lylat Wars / Starfox 64.
And finally we have a double header with Multi Championship Racing vs Top Gear Rally.



N64 Magazine 8 - november 1997 (UK) (REMASTERED)


San Francisco Rush
Bomberman 64
Lylat Wars / Star Fox 64)
Multi Championship Racing vs Top Gear Rally

The Maximum Resolution version (2560px) can be downloaded here.
The Tablet version (1600px) can be downloaded here.
The iPod/iPhone version (1136px) can be downloaded here.

 29 
 on: June 20, 2017, 01:58:27 PM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by meppi64
Welcome back.  Cheesy

We've had a couple of very slow months, but lately I've been able to put out one magazine a week thanks to being home for about a month due to a shoulder issue, which turned out to be arthritis, so that's nice I guess...

With a bit of luck I should be able to keep up this release schedule throughout the summer.
As I've got 4 weeks of vacation time coming up and I'm planning on getting quite a bit of work done.
I've been scanning a ton of issues as well so there's a lot in the pipeline.
66 issues in fact as well as 26 more that need additional scanning. So that's quite a few magazines. Wink

All of these need to go through the editing process mind, so that'll take quite a while.

I've been editing up to 15 issues at a time which makes it harder to finish a single issue, but on the other hand helps a ton with avoiding burning out on doing the same thing over and over again.

 30 
 on: June 20, 2017, 06:05:51 AM 
Started by meppi64 - Last post by RedTop
Wow, I've been out of the loop for well over a year following the birth of my son (kids are hectic, more than you can imagine before they arrive)... I went through the site to find that I missed TONS of great updates. Thanks so much!

And here I was thinking I only had to download a couple of issues to be up to date again. That's another thing having kids does... everything becomes a blur. Tongue

If there's a spike in traffic, that's me pulling down all releases since Jan 2016. Tongue

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