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“Offical Nintendo Magazine used to be good, and was...”

Written on: 16/02/2006 by damsel64 (1 review written)

Offical Nintendo Magazine used to be good, and was surprisingly lacking bias for an offical magazine (see official PS2 magazine's reviews of killzone, goldeneye and 50 cent for examples of bias). That was maybe ten years ago. Then in the N64 time period they had a change of editorial, and from that point on focused on the kiddie demographic of gamers. The style was unfortuante, and even if I was a child I would have found it patronising. Alas… Read Full Review

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Tomleecee's Response to damsel64's Review

Written on: 17/02/2006

You seem to have also noticed the weird change that a lot of mags went through circa 99-00. I read your comments on my review of Gamesmaster. It seems that all the old favourites either went bust (CVG) or just morphed into garish, hideous and pathetic comics. The best mags in my opinion were the old style 1990s GM, Sega/Saturn Power, Amiga Power, Mean Machines Sega, N64, and 1996 - 98 CVG. The only contemporary one that even compares to those is GamesTM. All the others re either written by buffoons, have page layouts like the Beano and they read more like Ikea catalogues than games mags. Unsuprisingly, I dont buy any mags these days.

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