Hello and welcome to the board.
I wouldn't say this is strictly a UK based site, even though Nreive is located in the UK. I myself am living in Belgium and Triverse is from the US.
The reason why just about every magazine on the website is from the UK is because back when I started, most of the stuff people focussed on was from the US. So I wanted to balance things a bit out.
This is also why my catalogue is very Sega centric, even though I love Nintendo just as much.
Everyone tended to focus on Nintendo only magazines, with very few Sega stuff being preserved at the time.
I've got quite a big collection of EGM issues myself for instance as well as a good collection of French Joypad magazines and quite a lot of Dutch language magazines as well , but I especially love the style of magazines that were released in the UK.
Due to the way life tends to go, both Triverse and Nreive have had to take a step back from digitising magazines and focus on the more important stuff such as family and work.
As you might have seen over the past year or so, my output sadly has also been diminished, which explains the low release rate of magazines that we have right now.
I've got a bunch of Japanese magazines (Sega Magazine from the Saturn days and several Neo Geo Fan issues) that I would love to put out as well, but as with the tons of Dutch magazines, I figure that most people really want to see English magazines since those are the ones they can actually read.
I would love to be able to work on quite a bit more, but due to time constraints I tend to stick to certain series which are either hard to find, or which I've started a couple of years back and want to see completed in digital form.
In the end, I just love the look and feel of UK based magazines and thus, my personal collection certainly reflects this.
Be that the design, writing style and type of content. But certainly also the personalities that popped up in these magazines.
It also seems to be a heck of a lot easier to get permission from UK publishers to work on their back catalogue than it is from US ones, which is always a big plus.