Some magazines and titles
Tompouce75 published a “Top 5 Article” not so long ago the secret of which he has in this article (click the link) on “The Magazines of the Golden Age of the JV Console Press” I want to do the same and so take photos off dig up some magazines that I keep in a place called closet and shelves …
I’ll start with the magazine “X64”, as the name suggests, the Nintendo 64. This magazine was without a doubt the best magazine dedicated to the console. The first edition is from November 1997 and the last edition (the 28th) from April 2000.
Often accompanied by complete solutions, we couldn’t miss this review with its very colorful covers
Below are other reviews of the N64 like Nintendo Magazine or GamePlay 64. However, if you only have one test, stick with the X64 test in my opinion.
Next up is GamePlay 128 for Nintendo’s Cube. VS‘is the successor to GamePlay 64 for the next generation. The latest N64 games are tested in the first editions.
Let’s move on to Nintendo. The official magazine also dedicated to the Nintendo Cube. This is, in a way, the sequel to Nintendo Magazine, which is dedicated to Nintendo 64.
I have fond memories of Cubezone magazine, which originally specialized in the Nintendo GameCube and GameBoy Advance consoles and talked about other consoles such as PlayStation 2, Dreamcast, Xbox, but also music and films.
Total Cube was dedicated to the Gamecube and had 20 issues.
Below more reviews …
Attention special store.
Below is a magazine that I particularly like: GameFan, published in June 2004 … A must.
Released in early October (2005), Retrogame, as the name suggests, is dedicated to retrogaming, the history and development of video games. A review has … my opinion.
That’s all. Next time I’ll talk about another review.