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Old 18 June 2009, 23:50   #1
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Total PC Gaming #21 - Amiga Retrospective

Hi All,

This month's Total PC Gaming magazine (Issue 21) comes with a 20-page Amiga Retrospective booklet.

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Old 19 June 2009, 12:02   #2
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Is it any good? Is it factually correct (you know little things like some magazines like Retrogamer reporting the A500 was a vastly improved chipset to the PAL A1000 which it wasn't!)?
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Is it factually correct
Well from a look at the banner at the top, stating "A6000". I'd say...

NO
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Well from a look at the banner at the top, stating "A6000". I'd say...

NO

Like eLowar would say : But the keys are right next to each other!
Good spot there KG
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I think they must fill space with something, so we have A6000.
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I think they must fill space with something, so we have A6000.
I think it should have been the A4000 there
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yes, A6000 it's expanded A4000 after Commodore collapse
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hmm.. i will have to look out for this magazine to get the booklet
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Are you guys talking about this issue?

Strange...they are the same publishers as Retro Gamer...they should at least know about what they are writing...

Please let me know if this is the actual cover, so i can grab an issue!

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I found unofficial issue of Commodore & Amiga: http://.com/files/78641202/C_A00.zip.html
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Are you guys talking about this issue?

Please let me know if this is the actual cover, so i can grab an issue!

Cheers!

Sebastian
Hi Sebastian,

Yes, that's the one, mate!
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I found unofficial issue of Commodore & Amiga: http://.com/files/78641202/C_A00.zip.html
As you can see for yourself, old news man
This has been oficially announced on PPA by the authors, and IIRC 3 more issues came out.
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really? could you post a link?
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really? could you post a link?
http://www.retroreaders.pl/phpBB2/dl...60&sortby=name
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Thank you But where is 4th?
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I found unofficial issue of Commodore & Amiga: http://.com/files/78641202/C_A00.zip.html
Thanks for the link, s2325!

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Thank you But where is 4th?
Come to that, where are any of the others?
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