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« Reply #30 on: October 14, 2014, 05:05:47 PM »

OMG! OMG! OMG! /faints....

Can't believe this issue arrived today but since I had the late shift I only got home after 9PM and didn't bother opening up the package as I was too tired to read anything. So I didn't even realise it was a Saturn issue!

Time to download this issue to my iPad via my digital subscription and take it with me to work tomorrow. Ah, the advantage of having 2 subscriptions. Smiley
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« Reply #31 on: November 09, 2014, 03:13:26 PM »

Retro Gamer issue 135



Retro Gamer issue 135 has been released in a special cover split-run special...

Highlights
The Evolution Of Pokémon
Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Ohmori celebrate 18 years of Nintendo's classic series

Turbografx-16: 25 Years On
Discover why NEC's amazing console failed to crack the West

20 Years Of The King Of Fighters
Find out how SNK's brawler has kept gamers entertained for two decades

The Making Of Halo
Retro Gamer goes behind the scenes of Master Chief's very first adventure

Also inside...

A Moment With Ned Langman
The Making Of Food Fight
Retro Revival: Geordie Racer
Defender: A Legacy
Classic Moments: Rocket Knight Adventures
Minority Report: V-Tech CreatiVision
Classic Moments: Wild Guns
In The Chair: Tommy Tallarico
30 Years Of Duck Hunt
Future Classics: Half-Life 2
From The Archives: Adventure Soft

and the usual regulars (News, Back to the Eighties/Nineties, Retro Rated, Homebrew...)

Print and digital editions can be found at Imagine's eshop.

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« Reply #32 on: December 04, 2014, 03:07:12 PM »

Retro Gamer issue 136



Retro Gamer issue 136 has been released...

Highlights

30 years Of Elite
David Braben revisits the popular franchise, while key developers celebrate its importance to gaming

Top 25 Master System Games
Readers reveal the greatest games available for Sega's 8-bit console

Ultimate Guide: Puzzle Bobble
Everything you ever needed to know about Taito's fantastic puzzle game

Microvision - 37 Years On
RG take a look at gaming's earliest handheld

Also inside...
Retro Revival: Ape Escape
The Making Of Ranarama
The Best Gifts Ever
Reader Revival: Zombi
Import Only: Cool Cool Toon
Ultimate Guide: Bubble Bobble
Minority Report: Amiga 1200
A Moment With Mike Diskett
Classic Moments: Cauldron
Retro Revival: Deflektor
Archives: Nutting Industries
Retro Inspired: Volgarr The Viking
My Gaming Memories: Archer Maclean
Classic Moments: Contra: Hard Corps
Lost In Translation
Retro Revival: Alien Breed
The Making Of Blood
The Making Of Mad Planets

and the usual regulars (News, Back to the Eighties/Nineties, Retro Rated, Homebrew...)

Print and digital editions can be found at

Imagine's eshop.

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« Reply #33 on: January 15, 2015, 02:57:46 PM »

Retro Gamer issue 137



Retro Gamer issue 137 has been released...

Highlights

How PlayStation Changed Gaming
Key developers from the era explain how Sony's console ushered in a new era of gaming that is still felt today

The Bluffer's Guide To Dungeons & Dragons
Chris Avellone explains why D&D works so well when it gets converted to home computers and consoles

The History Of Eternal Champions
Discover how Sega attempted to take on Capcom by making a Mega Drive alternative to Street Fighter

The Making Of Pit-Fighter
Discover how a Jean-Claude Van Damme film from the Eighties inspirited Atari's popular beat-’em-up

Also inside...

Ralph Baer tribute
The Greatest PlayStation games you've never played
Retro Revival: Penguin Land
A Moment With: Matt Gray
The making Of Highway Encounter
Lost In Translation: Puyo Puyo
Ultimate Guide: Combat School
Reader Revival: Drain Mania
From The Archives: Automata UK
Classic Moments: Ys
Classic Moments: Monty Python's Flying Circus
Minority Report: Commodore Plus/4
Future Classic: Hotline Miami
Desert Island Disks: Jez San
Retro Revival: Shanghai Warriors

and the usual regulars (News, Back to the Eighties/Nineties, Retro Rated, Homebrew...)

Print and digital editions can be found at

Imagine's eshop.

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« Reply #34 on: February 07, 2015, 09:25:31 AM »

Retro Gamer issue 138



Retro Gamer issue 138 has been released...

Highlights

From Point To Click
Key developers discuss the rise and fall and eventual rebirth of the point-and-click adventure

Game Gear: 25 Years On
Discover if Sega's portable handheld is as good as you remember it to be

The History Of The Jedi Knight Series
We speak to ex-LucasArts staff about Star Wars: Dark Forces and its Jedi Knight sequels

Top 25 ZX81 Games
Readers reveal their favourite games to appeal on Sinclair's classic home computer

Also inside...

Classic Moments: Trantor The Last Stormtrooper
Reader Revival: Hoppit
The Making Of Hired Guns
In The Chair: Chris Sawyer
Ultimate Guide: Commando
From The Archives: Sirius Software
The Making Of Super Bug
Retro Revival: Arkanoid III
The Making Of Agent X
The Unconverted
Retro Revival: Tekken 2
A Moment With Alkis Polyrakis
Minority Report: Dragon 32
Retro Revival: Cloud Master
Retro Inspired: Super Meat Boy

and the usual regulars (News, Back to the Eighties/Nineties, Retro Rated, Homebrew...)

Print and digital editions can be found at

Imagine's eshop.

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« Reply #35 on: February 07, 2015, 12:14:00 PM »

Arkanoid 3?

I didn't even know this existed! :-O
Loved the series ever since we got the arcade machine into the cafe back in 86.
Even got the Famicom version of Arkanoid 2 along with the paddle controller and bought so many editions of the game on SNES, PSone, XBLA, DS and WiiWare, yet I never ever heard of III.
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« Reply #36 on: February 08, 2015, 04:07:16 AM »

I don't believe the game was released as Arkanoid III. The third game in the series was Arkanoid: Do it Again on the SNES and the fourth game in the series (third in the arcade) was Arkanoid Returns.
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« Reply #37 on: February 08, 2015, 05:22:04 AM »

Ah too bad. I thought I had another version to hunt down. Smiley

Need to download my digital copy to check it out.
That's the only problem I have with Newsstand on iOS, it's supposed to download new issues of magazines you subscribe to in the background and notify you, but for some reason mine has never ever done so, although the settings seem to be correct. :-/
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« Reply #38 on: March 03, 2015, 02:05:37 PM »

Retro Gamer issue 139



Retro Gamer issue 139 has been released...

Highlights

The Greatest NES Games
Readers and developers reveal the best games for the 8-bit console

The Making Of Batman
Jon Ritman and Bernie Drummond reveal how they made their isometric hit

Ultimate Guide: Road Rash
Everything you need to know about Electronic Arts' incredible racing game

The Making Of Sonic R
Discover how Traveller's Tales made the best Sonic game for Sega's Saturn

Also inside...

Reader Revival: Big Mac The Mad Maintenance Man
Lost In Translation
Classic Moments: Aladdin
RPG Heaven: The Greatest SNES RPGs Of All Time
Ultimate Guide: Operation Thunderbolt
From The Archives: Titus Software
The Making Of Resident Evil Remake
In The Chair: Mark Healey
Retro Revival: The Transformers
RCA Studio II
Minority Report: Amstrad GX4000
Retro Revival: Winter Games
Retro Revival: Perfect Dark

and the usual regulars (News, Back to the Eighties/Nineties, Retro Rated, Homebrew...)

Print and digital editions can be found at Imagine's eshop.

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« Reply #39 on: March 03, 2015, 02:20:13 PM »

That has got to be my favourite cover since the NiGHTS into Dreams issue several years back. Cheesy
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« Reply #40 on: April 25, 2015, 07:11:01 AM »

Retro Gamer issue 140



Retro Gamer issue 140 is out...

Highlights

Ultimate Guide: Lemmings
Discover how DMA made one of the greatest puzzle games of all time

The Story Of Trashman
Malcolm Evans reveals how he created his popular 8-bit dustman games

The History Of Deus Ex
Warren Spector looks back at his revolutionary genre crossing PC game

The Making Of Speedball 2
Mike Montgomery reveals how The Bitmap Brothers made your favourite sports game

Also inside...
The Making Of: Jetstrike
Top 25 Sports Games
Classic Moments: Game Over
From The Archives: Strategic Simulations Inc
Ultimate Guide: Kung Fu Master
Future Classic: Fez
Minority Report: Oric-1
A Moment With Jim Bagley
Reader Revival: Dragon Trek
30 Years Of The Atari ST
In The Chair With Carleton Handley
Retro Revival: Boulder Dash
Retro Revival: Supremacy: Your Will Be Done
Classic Moments: The House Of The Dead 2
Retro Inspired: Shovel Knight

and the usual regulars (News, Back to the Eighties/Nineties, Retro Rated, Homebrew...)

Print and digital editions can be found at

Imagine's eshop.

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« Reply #41 on: April 25, 2015, 07:12:10 AM »

Retro Gamer issue 141



Retro Gamer issue 141 is out...

Highlights

Gaming's Greatest Disasters
Retro Gamer examine some of the biggest failures of all time, from the Virtual Boy and Game.Com to Daikatana and Bubsy 3D

The Making Of Driller
Discover how the ZX Spectrum became host to one of the industries most ambitious 3D games

Brian Fargo
The creator of Wasteland and The Bard's Tale explains how the industry has evolved

Parasol Stars
Mick West explains how he created his stunning conversion of the hit PC Engine platformer

Also inside...
Reader Revival: Blagger
Classic Moments: Kenseiden
Lost In Translation
Retro Revival: Airball
Bluffers Guide To Licensed Games
Classic Moments: Power Stone 2
From The Archives: System 3
Future Classic: The Walking Dead Season One
A Moment With Simon Thomley
Retro Revival: Time Bandit
The Making Of 720º
Ultimate Guide: Super Off Road
Minority Report: NEC PC-98
Creating Centipede

and the usual regulars (News, Back to the Eighties/Nineties, Retro Rated, Homebrew...)

Print and digital editions can be found at Imagine's eshop.

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