- Aug 2, 2013
Demo discs were awesome! Gave you some sort of idea what you could be getting when buying a game full price...now you barely get ANY demos
I remember this issue. I loved T&T. This and EGM were the only two video-game magazines at my local grocery store. I miss old magazines, there was an excitement to checking one out every month.
It’s relatively easy to find PDFs of lots of old vidya mags, thankfully.I loved growing up with Nintendo Power and PC Gamer. I still have all my Nintendo Power collection, they sit in boxes and I browse them every now and again. I like this one persons twitter who shows of his collection of NP art.
I liked when there was a NP archive on the internet but Nintendo I believe shut that down.
you can get them digitally which works just fine IMO, and is pretty reasonably priced.I love RETRO gamer. Too bad where I live I have nowhere to buy them.
It’s relatively easy to find PDFs of lots of old vidya mags, thankfully.
you can get them digitally which works just fine IMO, and is pretty reasonably priced.
Moving most of my magazines to digital to save on space while donating/selling my collections to groups dedicated to preservation.
Anyone here know of a great, cheap tablet for this?
Games journalism before the political woke cancel culture bullshit was indeed a wonderous time.
If anyone wants a nice nostalgia trip - here are some great high quality scans of entire issues of classic EGM:
Preferably under 200.