The August/September issue, released in July. Cover Content Summary The News section is a bit longer this issue, but still only 1 ½ pages. Besides the entry about the train visiting 30 German cities for the preliminaries of the Sega Championship, it’s all about upcoming games. To accompany the 2-page report on the Mega CD…
The second issue of the magazine, released in June.
The June/July issue, released in May.
The first ever issue of the magazine, released in March of 1991. Created to be a special for the “Power Play” magazine that focused on computer games, this magazine was for all video game consoles and handhelds popular at the time and in the end ran for 10 years.
The April/May issue, released in March. Due to the release date this is essentially the 1-year anniversary issue. The editorial at the beginning announces 3 newcomers: Julian Eggebrecht, Reza Abdolali (who should be familiar to readers of the previous issues, as he won the Sega Euro Championship) and Carsten Schmitz. In the CES report we…
The February/March issue, released in January. Lots of things shown in the preview of the last issue did NOT happen, due to varying reasons. Staff-related issues caused the Joystick/Joypad-Review to be delayed AGAIN, while most of the games listed did not release on time.
The December/January issue, released in November.
The October/November issue, released in September.
The August/September issue, released in July.
The June/July issue, released in May. From this issue on, the writing team was expanded to 3 people: Boris Schneider, Heinrich Lenhardt and Torsten Oppermann. Their workload in this issue seems to have been relatively uneven though. Heinrich Lenhardt’s name is signed under a lot of the reviews, with Boris Schneider following second (though quite…