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Read on for details of how to get the magazine while the shops are closed!

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Sure, the pun’s bad, but this arcade classic is not!

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Mario’s debut is the subject of this week’s Retro Spotlight

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This week’s spotlight focuses on Atari’s apocalyptic arcade hit.

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Konami’s classic avoid-’em-up Frogger is the subject of this week’s Retro Gaming Spotlight

A screenshot of Robbit looking at a frog enemy, which is wearing a top hat OPM REVIEW

Find out how the Official UK PlayStation Magazine rated this innovative 3D platform game back in 1995

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Our latest fantastic issue comes looks at the making of Yoshi’s Island, and comes with a special Rob Hubbard remix CD

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Steve Priestley narrates the Funtenga Radical Previews video

A screenshot of R. Mika being placed on the battlefield ARCADE REVIEW

This crossover card-slinging caper is one of the most popular Neo Geo Pocket Color games, and Arcade magazine felt that popularity was richly deserved

A screenshot of Athena Asamiya performing the Psycho Sword attack CVG REVIEW

It might have lengthy loading times, but this Neo Geo CD fighter certainly impressed the reviewers at Computer & Video Games.

A screenshot of Tung Fu Rue blocking Geese Howard's Reppuken special move EDGE REVIEW

The legendary UK magazine was impressed with SNK’s Neo Geo fighter – but you’ll have to read on to find out just how impressed it was…

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A screenshot of Mr Domino approaching a car PLAY REVIEW

Play magazine said “if this game had a middle name, it’d be ‘originality’” – but was that enough to earn this PlayStation cult classic a top score?

Retro Gamer 187 cover BLOG

Special issue comes with gifts including The Mini SNK Companion and a cool sticker sheet

A screenshot of Sparkster using his rocket pack to fly over the sea, with a snake like enemy below SEGA POWER REVIEW

Were Sparkster’s charms able to win over a platformer-fatigued Sega Power in 1993? Find out here…

A screenshot of Marco Rossi on a precarious ledge, shooting an enemy soldier EDGE REVIEW

The Metal Slug series is now firmly established as one of gaming’s greatest run-and-gun franchises – but what did Edge magazine make of the original in 1996?

A screenshot of Knuckles approaching a spring ramp SATURN POWER REVIEW

Sonic fans are often divided by their opinions on this racing spin-off – what did Saturn Power magazine make of it in January 1998?

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SNK’s producer explains the company’s new all-women tag team fighter

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Crowdfunded sequel also parts ways with Adult Swim Games

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Mega gifts accompany our Mega Drive feature in our Sega special – and it’s out today

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Our annual E3 PC gaming showcase takes place on 11th June

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Famed competitive gamer is barred from competition and has his scores stripped from the record books

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Two great Pac-Man features and fantastic C64 gifts lead this month’s exciting magazine

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Bigben Interactive and Kylotonn Racing Games are producing the series’ first new game in 15 years

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Popular UK gaming event finally comes to the capital

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YouTube gaming series hits full funding on the morning of the campaign launch

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GOG.com offers SNK’s classic crossover fighter for zero pennies, for a limited time only

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YouTube gaming channel offers an excellent interview with Spectrum coder Bo Jangeborg

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Enjoy retro computer gaming from Amiga to ZX Spectrum at London Olympia, 17-18 February

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Retro-Bit, Hyperkin and My Arcade showcase their latest retro gaming wares at this year’s tech show

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We speak to the company about the Data East and Jaleco compilations coming to NES and SNES

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Why we’re fond of Taito’s RPG-inspired arcade game

WHY I LOVE…

Nick explains his curious enthusiasm for this particular HD remaster project…

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13 games from the original 2001 console have gone live on Microsoft’s current hardware

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Famed videogame composer’s works to be celebrated with a book, albums and potentially a concert!

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$10,000 NHL 94 competition hits Las Vegas on September 30th

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Online PC game retailer GOG.com is offering the classic puzzle-platformer completely free

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