Dean Mortlock has been involved in games journalism for many years and has now talked to LWOGaming about new mag, Sega Powered Magazine.
The magazine with Blast Processing
I miss gaming magazines period from EGM, Gamepro, Playstation Magazine, Dreamcast I know kids who use to swear to Nintendo Power. They just phased out like the old arcades a part of gaming history that no longer exists. I remember when Playstation Magazine would offer up a demo disc for the PS1.
There is also a fabulous Nintendo print mag - Ninty Fresh. Highly recommended
30 years too late bruv
Before the internet, I had a mountain of Gamepro's, EGM's, Computer Gaming World's, and PC Gamer's in my closet from years of subscriptions. Old strategy guides. I'd occasionally pick up mags I wasn't subbed to from the news stand at the grocery store. I LOVED getting those mags and reading them at work. Great memories. That being said, it's been obvious for a long time that print is dead. Anything in a print magazine would be oooold news by the time I read it. I wish that weren't so. But it is.
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