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Videogame Magazines: Not Dead Yet

When Electronic Gaming Monthly ceased publication in January 2009, it appeared to justify a long-standing belief held by online writers and readers alike — that print was dead. The glory days of the gaming magazine were coming to a close, and while some lamented the sad ending of an era, others celebrated, or at the very least felt somewhat smug and superior about their secure online professions. However, as EGM currently enjoys its second chance at life courtesy of founder Steve Harris, and magazines around the world continuing to sell, print looks to be alive and kicking from where I’m standing.

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kancerkid2864d ago

I like magazines because all worthwhile information can be found in a few dozen pages, while the internet is full of crap.

I would take a magazine (if I could afford it) over internets any day.