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Retro Gamer

Retro Gamer

by Future Publishing

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Overview

Retro Gamer is the only magazine in the UK that's fully dedicated to the halcyon days of classic gaming. If you've ever fondly blasted away at the Bydo Empire in R-Type, swung Bowser by the tail in Super Mario 64, or navigated all 20 levels of Matthew Smith’s Manic Miner, then this is the magazine for you. Created by a dedicated team of experts, Retro Gamer's mission is to deliver constantly engaging and passionately written articles that cover a wide range of subjects. We offer our readership in-depth looks at classic games and franchises, behind-the-scenes glimpses of the software houses from yesteryear, and one-on-one exclusive interviews with industry veterans such as Archer Maclean and Hideo Kojima. Stylish, entertaining and beautifully presented, Retro Gamer is the ultimate guide to videogaming's rich and diverse history.

Product Details

Publisher:
Future Publishing
# of issues/year:
13
Delivered:
Monthly
Current Issue:
Issue 200
Format:
NOOK Magazine
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Retro Gamer 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
This edition is definitely a keeper. The multiple articles on Doom were fascinating, since I did not realize the historical significant to the current eGaming craze. Nice read, excellent photos and screenshots of the games. Highly recommend it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great source of retro gaming insight and info. Based in UK, but does cover other markets both past and present. Very recommended!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pros: Excellent content. Editors thoughtful enough to leave out unnecessary foul language too common in contemporary tech writing. Cons: No Article View, and small fonts with compressed images makes reading challenging on occasion. Bottom line: Worthy of a subscription.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Retro Gamer,but recently they skipped from September to November issue. It shows the October issue(zelda windwaker), but only as a preorder. Why did this issue not come with the subscription?