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I will check it out. Xbox World Windows: Views Read Edit View history. In publication between and , it was part of Future plc's Format series of magazines that include articles about games, entertainment and how to get the most out of the platform. To me, they offered the most useful technical information available, from the days when personal computers were new, and evolving fast. SortingHat said on September 2, at 2:
I also did not know it was online, thanks. I will check it out. I wish there were copies of the old U.
Life is a mixed bag. Win some, lose some, some get rained out. Definitely Player One. French magazine covering the console market, mostly during the Sega and Nintendo era and up to the beginning of the Sony era. Died out before the PS2 came out. I still have them stored in an attic.
Are those hacked scans? I doubt Sinclair magazines ever got digitized by their publishers…. I still have a full set of The Home Computer Course magazines.
There were 12 in total I think each week or was it month? Fantastic times! Too bad IA is such a niche site. Oops Germany now since the UK exited. Don't subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.
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Unless issues were a roaring success, but slumped so badly they had to stop publishing it. Yeah, I would be willing to bet that most of the aging forum has read it but hasn't bought a copy in 10 years. I used to get it every month but stopped buying it virtually overnight thanks to them persisting with an increasingly irrelevant cover disc. CosmicFuzz 23 Sep Thebigwahoonie wrote: No that was planned for next issue.
There is never much warning tbh. Here we are put on "risk" about 30 days before we get booted, but most people don't come back to work after being told they are at risk.
Only the top higher ups really know its coming. They want everyone to continue working as long as they possibly can. I've heard of this, but I haven't been into a WHSmiths for years except possibly to buy a sandwich and a bottle of water for the train, but again that might have been a Marks or a Boots, I can't tell the difference at stations.
I certainly didn't spend any time looking at the magazine racks. From the headline I assumed people had stopped playing games on PC because the console experience is so much better As in the PC as a gaming format is dead.
Sorry, should have clarified, by bean counters I wasn't just referring to the present situation regarding the profitability of the magazine, but also the total pigs breakfast Future's management have presided over for the last 7 years. OtterofJustice 23 Sep I misread that as DJ Format first of all and worried for my b-boy style vibes.
To be fair, there's probably nothing they can do.
Managing future at the moment is probably quite like managing the titanic. Lukree 23 Sep I thought that PC as a games format is dead. ARumFellow 23 Sep After Amiga Power games magazines were dead anyway, dead I tell you. AP's review of Quix was sublime, casting the protagonist as somebody nowhere near useful enough to save from a world-destroying cataclysm, endlessly being compared to the much cooler Sonic.
CVG was the last great magazine. They had really good humour that I never found in other magazines. Dirtbox 23 Sep Post deleted. Is Micro Mart still going? I used to work for PCF what a total shame, I do hope everyone still involved lands on their feet!! No no no - PC zone was the best. I was genuinely gutted when they canned that.
MrWonderstuff 23 Sep PC Zone was a games mag first and foremost. For geeky stuff PC Format was where it was at. I keep meaning to pick up PCG just to see how things have changed.
One print mag that seems to be doing well is GameInformer, shame its not out here. I came in expecting another "death of PC gaming" argument.
Instead it was about some magazine I've never heard of.