Diehard GameFan and Game Players were the two best video game magazines. It's sad there's nothing like them on the market now (to my knowledge).
the original founder of G4 was on AOTS during Pereiras last show and publicly apologized for the network going the direction it did, basically because once they merged, they were pressured by the PTB to make it happen fast
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I kinda hate that magazine looking back for cock teasing me on all these japanese games i would never get to play.
Though they hyped Hagane, good on them for that one.
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I used to love the previews sections back in the 90's the most, I'd love to read about upcoming games and what kinds of new releases were coming out and I loved the letters section where fans wrote in about their favorite games. I remember learning how to do moves in the arcade for the original Mortal Kombat from an issue of GamePro and I remember everyone in the arcade was in awe when I was pulling off Fatalities and other sick moves on people. Man, the memories flood me....
Yeah, the internet sort of made the whole thing pointless. I would still like something physical in my hand to read it, but I could also just go to any site like IGN to see reviews, previews, screent shots, etc.
edit: And back then, I used to read Nintendo Power. I think. It might have been years later.
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My magic card
Magic The Gathering: Evil Ryu
And my serpent.
The Seven Sins of Star Wars
1: Yoda can beat God
2: Blaster pistols can blow up planets
3: Lighsabers are as hot as the sun
4: Luke Skywalker can move black holes
5: Star Destroyers can blow up planets
6: Darth Sidious rips Superman's head off
7: General Grevious has Force TK
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is not canon to anything. Nor is the new Clone Wars movie.
I used to love some of our UK games mags. GamesMaster was immense. I read Gamestm now and enjoy it, mostly for the retro sections to be honest.
What about Dragon? That was technically a "Game magazine"
Used to buy CGW (Computer gaming world) and some PC gamer mags back in the 90s.