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Old 09 August 2008, 11:31   #1
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Happy RetroGamer mag #54

There's a 4-page article this month with an interview with Jon Hare. Also a small two pager overview on Ruff 'n' Tumble if that's your thing

The cannon fodder jobbie also shows a screenshot from the never-released 3-d version they had planned

You can't miss it - it has Outrun on the cover
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Old 09 August 2008, 22:43   #2
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Oooooh - I eagerly await its release to us mere non-subscribers next week

(Should take out a subscription...)
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Oooooh - I eagerly await its release to us mere non-subscribers next week

(Should take out a subscription...)

Yep, its an awesome mag.
I ordered issue 52 (with a cool GX4000 special and the making of Eye of the Beholder).
Id go for a subscription, but it costs ~150 Euros per year.

So, Ill just buy the issues Im totally interested in.
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I'm buying them from local book store. (didn't miss a one since first issue I had)

It's cheaper this way then to order it. (I know, it does not make any sense)

It costs me less then 11 bucks per issue with reader card. (~120 bucks per year)

Down side is that we are one month behind you guys.
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ha! try living in Australia and buying it locally - we're three months behind you guys!
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I'm buying them from local book store. (didn't miss a one since first issue I had)

It's cheaper this way then to order it. (I know, it does not make any sense)

It costs me less then 11 bucks per issue with reader card. (~120 bucks per year)

Down side is that we are one month behind you guys.

I once saw RG in a book store in Cologne. It cost 12,50 Euro.
Now I ordered it for 7 GBP = 9,04 Euro. Thats cheaper, I guess.
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ha! try living in Australia and buying it locally - we're three months behind you guys!
Yeah but you were always loads of episodes of Neighbours in front of us
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