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Topic: Your top five videogame magazines of all time?

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Bass_X0

1. Super Play
2. Computer & Video Games
3. Sega Saturn Magazine
4. N64 Magazine
5. Nintendo Magazine System

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Edgey, Gumshoe, Godot, Sissel, Larry, then Mia, Franziska, Maggie, Kay and Lynne.

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Corbs

1. Diehard Gamefan
2. Nintendo Power
3. Electronic Games
4. PSM
5. Retro Gamer

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Plain old gamer :)

ATRUEZELDAFAN

1. Nintendo Power (FTW!)
2. Playstation Magazine (This was back in the day of the original Sony Playstation)
3. Game Informer (Could they be anymore biased against Nintendo?)

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RandomWiiPlayer

The only one I read is Nintendo Power, put the pieces together.

The Game.

Is it after 9PM EST? You should probably ignore the above post.

DjPhatskillz

@Ricardo91 lol i hate game informer too,i get it free cause i signed up for the Gamestop card that lets you get deals when trading in games. i mean its not bad as far previews and interviews with rad developers go (although i can count the number of times they have given a wii game the cover on one hand) ....but the people doing the reviews are a JOKE, espeically when reviewing wii games...so much hating and anti wii bias. if a good wii game comes out, they give it a 7.5 and front like "ahhh this is pretty good....for a wii game. the reviewers need to get a reality check and realize the only reason they exist is because gamestop basiclly gives the magazine away for free. just my opinion; not trying to downgrade anyone who like game informer.

my favorite magz would probably be electronic gaming monthly or nintendo power. but for real: who needs videogame magazines when you have dope sites like nintendolife?

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CowLaunch

I loved Nintendo Magazine System back in the SNES days. It had good humour & really lavishly presented player guides.

1.NMS
2.Edge
3.N64 Magazine
4.Retro Gamer
5.Games Master

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JamieO

1. Mean Machines/ C&VG (ha, ha I know picking two is cheating).
2. Retro Gamer.
3. Super Play.
4. gamesTM
5. Sega Saturn Magazine (OSSM).

I would like to give a extra little mention to Ultimate Future Games magazine, it had fun coverage of the transition between 16 bit into 32 bit gaming.

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The_Fox

1.Electronic Gaming Magazine (sadly gone)
2.Official Playstation Magaizine (also gone)

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JamieO

@Corbie Did 'Diehard Gamefan' look as though it was just titled 'Gamefan' if you glanced at its cover?
I am sure I've got a few copies of that around our flat, when WH Smiths used to import US magazines.
I definitely remember reading a mag called 'Gamefan' and being impressed by the quality of its coverage.

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blackknight77

I enjoyed GamePro back in the day when they had the scoring system with the excited face in red or sad face in blue or purple. I have not picked one up latley because I know its changed. Nintendo Power has always been very good, but its issues from the NES days are classic. I also liked Sega Visions as well. They had great coverage during the 16-bit era

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Travenous

The only ones I ever read were GamePro, EGM and Nintendo Power (Issue 13-209, I think thats where I stopped)

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