Cammy wrote:I loved getting posters with magazines, I have the Game Over one from Retro Gamer on my wall beside my computer. I don't like Future Classics or any of the reviews of modern games, I buy Retro Gamer because of the content about old games and systems, and new homebrew games for old systems, not reviews of new games on next gen consoles and Windows PCs.
It's a shame that nothing we say is going to change anything in the magazine. They know it will sell anyway, so it doesn't matter how much effort they need to put in anymore. I'm really only still buying the magazine because I've been getting it since the very beginning, I hardly enjoy each new monthly issue anymore.
khisanth wrote:old adverts REALLY take me back. I would be lusting after the latest games advertised, so they really stuck in my head. Also seeing them lets me remember games I have totally forgotten about
merman wrote:Now, I can see two possibilities here. An infrequent "what were they thinking of?" critique of bad adverts, or an addition to making of/interviews where the CREATION of artwork is discussed.
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