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1. PC Gamer (non-disc version)
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2. Electronic Gaming Monthly
$39.97
3. Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine
$19.98
4. Game Informer Magazine
$39.95
5. Dungeon
$17.97
6. GamePro
$14.95
7. The Official Xbox Magazine (without
$19.95
8. Play
$19.97
9. Computer Gaming World
$19.95
10. Tips & Tricks Magazine
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11. Psm: 100% Independent Playstation
$28.00
12. Inquest Gamer
$12.00
13. PSM: 100% Independent PlayStation
$112.62
14. Nintendo Gamecube
$151.42
15. Official Playstation 2 Magazine
$165.84
16. PC Gamer - DVD
$130.09
17. Opsm : Official Playstation 2

1. PC Gamer (non-disc version)
by Future US, Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005NIN4
Sales Rank: 177
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Order the UK version
I'm a big player of PC games, but I also love reading and thinking about my favorite hobby. For the past few years I've been living in the UK, but when I come to the US (and now that I live here again) I would pick up the American version of PC Gamer.
3-0 out of 5 stars Why not call itself MMO Gamer?
I subscribe to both PC gamer and PC Gaming magazine. Overall, I think the writing in PC gamer is much more puerile. Like gradeschool kids with a 'girls have cooties' mentality, PC gamer strives to keep this gaming magazine a clubhouse where girls/women need not apply. Captions which critique the amount of cleavage a female character is showing, and discuss getting laid in MMO seem to cater to the teenage boy mindset.
3-0 out of 5 stars Good but Dated
Though I have not received my first edition in the mail yet as my order was placed just five weeks ago (I buy copies at the store until my subscription finally starts)... I figured the magazine without CD's is worth the $2.25 per copy it averages for the subscription.Agree with most... not what it used to be but always nice to get a magazine about games in the mail. Maybe it will become again what it once was... I am an optimist. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Computer Gaming    2. Computing    3. Games    4. Hobbies & Games    5. Recreation. Leisure   


2. Electronic Gaming Monthly
by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7PX
Sales Rank: 171
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars best video game magazine out there
this is the only vg magazine i've ever truly enjoyed. the articles and reviews are unbiased and funny, and the Game of the Month goes to the game taht actually deserves it, not just the 'cool' game for that month. theres so much more to the magazine than just previews and reviews. they have articles relating to everything videogame related, like a monthly article about different jobs in the video game industry. but amazon really has to update the description.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hella Bangin'!!!
Talk about a hella sweeet magazine!I love this magazine, and have been subscribing since I was a little kid of 35 years of age.Bangin' reviews, bangin' cover stories.I like it tons more than other competition, such as GamePro.I highly recommend it!
3-0 out of 5 stars Unbiased Gaming Monthly
This magazine is pompous, overtly critical, and had far too little coverage of this years E3. Issues have become really thin and every issue is really hit or miss. Why then would I recommend this magazine? They are unbiased and will criticize each console and they are rightly justified to do so. I find their reviews to be frustrating since it just seems like they rarely if ever enjoy playing anything at all. Its not the best magazine but its probably the most truthful. It'll help keep any gamer balanced and their coverage of the top three consoles is consistent. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Computer Gaming    2. Computing   


3. Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine
by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7Y6
Sales Rank: 197
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars One of the Best!!!
This is probably the best magazine I subscribe to.Over the past 5 years I've noticed the quality of my other subscribed videogame magazines to have deteriorated dramatically.But this one stays true.I thought by now one would see a drop in quality, but the quality of the writing just keeps getting stronger and stronger.The demo disc, for example, continues to stay chock with demos of most current and even retro games.
3-0 out of 5 stars Another mag aimed for the male market...
This is a pretty good magazine but I wish to inform people that once again it's totally made for a male market with comments about the chicks in almost every panel and article. None of it is driven for a female audience which makes ~ I myself ~ feel like anything like games, anime and manga for a male market. Which is completely untrue. I only get this mag every now and again looking for the game reviews of the games I want and not every month because of its content and obvious male market scheme.
5-0 out of 5 stars Infinitely Better Than PSM
I've subscribed to OPM for four years now, and in that time I've never had any subscription or delivery problems. The writing staff is very intimate with their readers; it's almost like reading a magazine that a bunch of your friends wrote up. The reviews have mostly been spot-on for my tastes (compared to the awful, laughable insanity of PSM), and even though the Ziff-Davis crew members are "Official," they are fair. Also, and this is very, very important to me, their use of the English language does NOT suck like it does in PSM. The staff at PSM seem to be drunk most of the time, or maybe they just didn't make it through the second grade, I'm not sure - but their mishandling of prose is the main reason I dropped that subscription like a hot potato. OPM on the other hand seems to be written by college grads at least, and I appreciate that. Easy to read, filled with thoughtful insight, fair reviews, and a heaping helping of socially balanced humor, OPM is bar-none the best Playstation magazine you can buy. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Computer Gaming    2. Computing   


4. Game Informer Magazine
by Sunrise Publications Inc
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Asin: B0000AN45D
Sales Rank: 242
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding!!!
I just wrote a review for OPM, and had forgotten about this magazine.I also used to subscribe, and had recently let my subscription run out.I will not say it is not because I do not like this magazine, but because I am trying to save some money.But the fact is, that this is probably the best multiplatform gaming magazine on the market.
5-0 out of 5 stars The gaming mag that pays for itself.
I have been subscribing to this mag for a couple years, and think it's one of the best gaming mags available.I have several different consoles, and appreciate that they review games for all platforms.I like the rating system (1-10) instead of the too-hard-to-pin-down 1-5, and find the reviews well written and objective.While I have been gaming for years, I am not necessarily versed in computer lingo, but I never feel like an idiot after reading this mag; the writing is erudite but very easy to understand.I read several different gaming magazines each month, and feel this magazine strikes exactly the right balance between the more serious and more frivolous gaming magazines in the industry.
4-0 out of 5 stars One of the Better Gaming Mags
Since first getting this mag from Gamestop as one of those free add on things you get when you buy games there I have come to really like it. Unlike other magazines who only seem to care about backing one system or another Game Informer talks about everything that is going on in the gaming world, even addressing the serious issues of children and M rated games. ... Read more

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5. Dungeon
by Paizo Publishing Llc
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Asin: B00006LKCD
Sales Rank: 557
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great magazine.
I have been a subscriber off and on for many years.As others have said, Dungeon has gone up and down in that time.I believe that Paizo has done a wonderful job with this magazine.I feel that I am the only on that misses the old Polyhedron addition to the magazine, adding other games to the mix.I loved the Githyanki module/magazine.My #1 favorite thus far.It is really cheap, when you consider the price of 3 modules.I know that they are short, but the 3 together are the same if not more pages of a major module, and the magazine costs about half.Toss in the extras, and you can't deny this magaizine is a great value.Probably the ONE downside, of it, is that you need about a dozen issues to have a good base of modules to choose from, when you need one in a hurry.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quality Improvment
As some have said, the quality of the Dungeon Magazine deteriorated around issue 95.It was bad for many, many issues, so bad that it was useless.The quality was poor and they only provided 3 short boring quests each issue.I never used any of the quests, and so I stopped my subscription because of it.The quality is back, however.I picked up a magazine the other day, and I liked two out of the three quests.They seemed imaginative and interesting, and even a little longer than before (but that might just be my imagination).I looked back, and found good quests in the two preceding issues, so I will be restarting my subscription.For those who have been disappointed with quality in the past, I urge you to check out the new issues, and see what you think.

5-0 out of 5 stars Let's be a little realistic now...
I have been purchasing Dungeon for years since its very first issue hit the stands. I have to say I am dismayed at the negativity I have seen in the reviews. Dungeon has been a fabulous resource for me over the years, when one does not always have the time to create one's own adventures. That being said, like any product, the magazine is not perfect. Let's be reasonable, very month will not yield a perfect issue. There have been months that I have found nothing that interested me. But then, let's be fair, the magazine cannot always have something for everyone, since there are a heck of a lot of everyones to cater to and you can't please them all. Each issue contains an average of 4 adventures, and the variety is always mixed. Sometimes they have special features like a single super adventure that takes up the entire magazine. As to the Polyhedron Magazine being added, that is long gone. While it was there, it added a different dimension to the magazine, with some interesting content at times. Now, Dungeon is once again its own periodical, catering to the D&D player wholly. Dungeon would be a boon to any DM that needs help making adventures for his gaming group. I recommend it to anyone who plays, for adventures, ideas, and just plain ole enjoyable reading. ... Read more

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6. GamePro
by GamePro Magazine
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005NIPK
Sales Rank: 372
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Craptacular!!!
I am utterly disappointed in the direction that Gamepro has taken over the past two years. I actually stopped my subscription for about 1 year, but came back to the 20 issues for $10 at their (10?) year anniversary.I forget.But the magazine is really bad.
1-0 out of 5 stars 10 years ago, I'd have given it five stars.
There is absolutely no reason to buy this horrid excuse for a gaming magazine. Maybe it's because the brand-new games are downright bland and shallow compared to the simplicity and charm of 8 to 32-bit eras. Maybe it's because they constantly put stupid ads in it that have nothing to do with gaming at all (Nature's Cure, I'm looking in your direction!). Maybe it's because their new layout looks absolutely boring and sterile compared to the excellence of the mid-'90s layout. Maybe it's because they continue to slam certain games and series like the Sonic games where they say that Sonic 2 was the last great game. Maybe it's because their reviews aren't any interesting to read. Maybe it's because the staff tries too hard to inject humor and their writing is absolutely shallow. Maybe it's because they failed to realize they did so much better in the '90s. Maybe it's all of those things. Yeah, that's the one.

1-0 out of 5 stars Overrated Video Game Magazine
Stay away from this magazine.This magazine seems like it was made for beginning gamers.
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Subjects:  1. Computer Gaming    2. Computing    3. Personal Computers (PC, PCs, Personal Computer)   


7. The Official Xbox Magazine (without disc)
by Future US, Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005QDWQ
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Disk is nice
For $10 more you get the 12 demo disks also which is the way I would go.

3-0 out of 5 stars Sometimes good, sometimes not
I am writing simply for the magazine. The disc doesn't matter to me. Usually this magazine is so awesome, I can't stop reading it. Other times, I have to withstand waiting a whole month for my next one because I finished after reading for a minute. Take my advice, and read it at the store before buying. You'll be glad you did.

3-0 out of 5 stars xbox magazine falls short
Even though I own an Xbox, I haven't gotten a subscription to this magazine because I find that, for the most part, GameInformer (which I do have a subscription to) tends to have much better reviews for Xbox games than the so-called "official Xbox magazine".That being said, I do occasionally pick up an Xbox magazine from a local newsstand just to catch up on the world of Xbox mania, and I do admit that their coverage of the newly released Xbox 360 is quite exemplary.However, I don't recommend you get this magazine if you are looking for the Xbox demo discs.Why?BECAUSE THIS MAGAZINE DOESN'T HAVE THEM (another reason for the 3-star rating).
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8. Play
by Fusion Publishing
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Sales Rank: 293
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Once a great magazine-Now its better then average
Ive been a reader of Play for three years or more.During this time Ive watched format changes, review changes, and content changes come and go.Ive watched them change their rating system a couple of times, partner with corporates to make it a more finacially viable magazine, and Ive watched them dish trash and heap compliments on other media.
5-0 out of 5 stars the best gaming magazine ever created....period
are you sick of those annoying game magazines that give only opinionated b.s instead of real reviews? are you sick and tired of having a game magazine latch on to one console and ignore all the others? are you sick of overrated games getting good reviews simply because they are hyped up? well so was I and I can honestly say that play delivers. you can tell when your reading a review that the reviewer actually played the game.I also applaud play for saying that grand theft auto is overrated (duh ive been saying that for 2 years) and I havent even gotten to the anime section..yes the people who write these reviews write them just as well as the game reviews. they treat anime as a serious form of art which is something I appreciate
5-0 out of 5 stars For the love of the game
Play magazine is consistently one of the best, if not the best, in its field.Well produced and always well written, it covers gaming and Anime as serious art with the respect they deserve. ... Read more

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9. Computer Gaming World
by Ziff-Davis Publishing Company
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7PE
Sales Rank: 492
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Could be better if less sexist....
I'm a girl gamer and I subscribe to both computer gaming world and PC gamer. I like them both for different reasons. The writing style in computer gaming is entertaining, the length is good, and the articles when actually focused on GAMING is entertaining. What can I do without? There is a LOT of gratuitous T&A in the magazine, (obviously intended to titillate teen boys and lonely computer geeks), but enough already! Do I really need to see a centerfold of a half-naked fairy in order to buy the latest video card?
2-0 out of 5 stars Misleading
Don't be fooled by the coverand description, this is for a magazine only & "NO DVD included', or should I say for a magazine containing mainly adverts for components and games.
5-0 out of 5 stars Hands Down The Best Computer Gaming Magazine
Computer Gaming World has been around since the early 80's and it's always been the best in my opinion.A lot of people think their reviewing style is a bit harsh, but given the price of games and how much garbage is released, you really can't afford not to read reviews before buying.Computer Gaming World gives concise, critical reviews that explain exactly what is good and bad about games on the market.Highly recommended! ... Read more

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10. Tips & Tricks Magazine
by LFP Publishing Group, LLC.
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Sales Rank: 760
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Current Codes Stay, Older Codes Go
One of my favorite past times happens to be the world of video games. Although many people find different ways to get around them with cheats, the unfortunaet part is that the cheats don't often get used. For a magazine called Tips & Tricks, their magazine constantly is coined with that phrase. Although they have a dead on sense with publishing tips and ways to help you through current games, that isn't the same with older games for the system in their codes section. The magazine constantly changes by reducing the contents of codes for certain games and older systems like the Nintendo Gamecube, the Playstation 1, and the Nintendo 64. Althoough it is good for current and upcoming systems like the Nintendo DS, and the upcoming Wii, many will just have to find other ways to get their cheats than Tips & Tricks magazine.
3-0 out of 5 stars Tricky
As a reader since '97, and a subscriber since '02, this magazine has helped me various times in my hobby of gaming. The magazine offers FAQs and a large collection of codes/cheats for most of the popular consoles and handhelds (there are usually at least three different FAQs). The magazine also offers different departments, reporting on various segments of gaming. Game Previews features upcoming select games along with a release chart; Gaming Gear keeps up with new hardware peripherals and accessories; Online Gamer has news on said subject; Gaming 2 go is for mobile phone games; Sports Desk offers details on the newest sports games; Japan Report shows the goodies the Japanese game players get with their gaming (letting us know how we get shafted if we don't import); Final Fantasy World contains all news on Final Fantasy games; and Collector's Closet lists rare games, music, peripherals, and systems you should look out for if your a collector, or if you own them. Phew! Collector's Closet also has a monthly "Room of Doom" showing some incredible collections (for the geek in all of us). There are also some current departments like Grand Theft Auto: The San Andreas Chronicles, Mega Mania (for Mega Man stuff), and Halo Insider. Those departments are like Final Fantasy World in having some in-depth information on the games, but the Halo and Grand Theft Auto reports are said to be going away soon. There is also some coverage on Video game movies, comics, toys, and some reporting on anime. Quite a bit of stuff for simply "Tips & Tricks." Each department isn't very long, maybe a couple of pages, but are a nice read. Of course the main reason for the magazine's existence are the FAQs. These "strategy guides," though, can be very hit and miss. Many of the recent games featured are action games that could be easily beaten, and many of the FAQs aren't really in-depth enough. If a game has a lot of collectibles, you can pretty much be left without how to find them all. I also recall one time they made a guide for Madden--really ridiculous and a waste of space. This kind of treatment is sort of like Prima or Brady making guides that don't really need to be made, and are a waste of paper. The mag used to have a card you could fill out to tell them what games you would want featured, but now, I dunno who picks the games--as I said, it's very hit and miss. One month a certain FAQ could be a great help in Trauma Center: Under the Knife for the DS, another it could be a waste for King Kong (mulit-platform), or other licensed ware (Fantastic 4 comes to mind). I guess it is diverse in both niche and mainstream games, but I wish the magazine was more...well...just had more. Also, as of writing this, I have yet to see anything on Dragon Quest VIII, Tales of Legendia, or Grandia III since they were released (Role Playing Games, and even Strategy Role Playing Games need to be featured more in this magazine). Oh, but if you need some "strategy" for Full Auto, 24: The Game, and Teen Titans, you'll flip for joy.Also bothersome is the mail section. Quite possibly the worst collection of letters I've ever seen are assembled for response. The input and ramblings of the readers are even worse than in EGM--and that's bad. There is no age limit, so expect a very young crowd to be given an equal voice. Tips & Tricks dosen't even take e-mail for reader responses; only snail mail is used for letters. Of course, another knock may be why buy this kind of magazine if you can get free FAQs and codes online. Well, a defense for that is sometimes the FAQs come out before that spotty gamer can finish his/hers. Also, the ubundance of codes/cheats from one place of reference can be more convienient than hurried online scavaging. This is especially the case in a great giant "Code Book" that is released every year. The great issue contains not only codes/cheats for current gen systems, but occasionally past ones as well. This magazine's basically a crap shoot; some months are great for FAQs, some are worthless. If you have a wide range of tastes in games and in gaming systems, and don't want to keep paying a lot of cash for strategy guides, then I guess this magazine is worth a try. Everyone else should glance at the magazine stand every now and then to see if it's their month for content, and worth the price of purchase. ... Read more

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11. Psm: 100% Independent Playstation 2 Magazine
by Future Us Inc
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Sales Rank: 578
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars A mag you can trust
PSM is the only mag i know to ever admit they underrated ICO. I quite agree with their ratings which seem to escape most of the commercial influences. The whole package doesn't glitter but it is very effective. It takes me hours to read it unlike some other mags that won't keep me busy fore more than a bus stop interval.

3-0 out of 5 stars You still get what you pay for...
Having been a subscriber to this mag since Fall of '97 (around issue #2 or #3, I believe), I can say the new look the magazine offers is the best since then. With a more adult feel, much of the corny humor has been toned down, and the magazine actually looks more professional than ever. Gone, for instance, is the ridiculous swimsuit issue, which had often badly drawn video game "women" in stupid situations. Starting with issue 111 (June 2006), the magazine has offered better and longer spreads on upcoming games, and a more in-depth review for its Game of the Month. I really wish, though, that the PlayStation games and the PSP games were better spread out, perhaps seperated, and not mixed with each other. The overall feel of the Magazine, though, has grown up and really doesn't need to be a guilty pleasure anymore. However, with all the good the magazine has to offer, some of what has made the magazine not so good has remained. Fanboyism can still rear its ugly head, and their pro PlayStation lovin' can lead to some not so investigative reporting. While they can be abrasive to the PSP, at times, many other instances reveal some bias for Sony, like when they repeated Sony's garbage about why the PS3 controller won't have rumble feedback: because it would interfere with the motion sensor technology. So, why does Wii's controller work? No mention about Immersion vs Sony. None. It's kinda sad and hilarious that a teen gamer on a message board can connect the dots more than supposed game "journalists." And what about the comment from Kazou "Kaz" Hirai (Prez of SCEA)? He stated: "I wish they [Microsoft] would come up with some strategies of thier own, but they seem to be going down the path of everything we do." Yeah, because Sony is so original (I won't even go into "Entitlements"). In the issue before, PSM acknowledged Sony's copying (they used "mugged") of Nintendo's Wii controller, but here no follow up? Curveball questions and reporting if ever there was. Almost as bad as EGM.And while the Game of the Month review can be larger (the staff's Final Fantasy XII review [October 2006, issue 115] was 14 pages long!), the result is passed to the other reviews; a page can be crammed with up to four reviews a page. I should say four paragraphs per pages, as that's what the reviews end up being.When they talk and report about games, PSM really tends to do thier best work, such as their interviews with Hideo Kojima and the spreads regarding Metal Gear. I guess that's why I can recomend the mag at its current price. 12 bucks is nothing (the price is partly why I stuck with the mag for this long). Check it out for yourself, but just remember that PSM is Playstation "family" only--brand specific. Keep that in mind when reading the "independent" praising of Sony by its fans.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hail to the king of playstation magazines
Alrightly. Folks it doesn't get any better than this. This magazine blends humor with serious reviewing. They will give the strong points and bad while keeping it real to the hardcore player elite - like me! Anyhow, I've read this magazine for a while and I've never been disappointed. The "Ask the 800 lbs. Gorilla" section is a riot. The Bottomline gamer this is an unbiased, not corporatly owned (like OPM, and XBOX magazine) and a pleasing magazine to read. Anyone "hooked" on gaming and looking for great recommendations on must have games should pick up a PSM and get a subscription. ... Read more

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12. Inquest Gamer
by Wizard Entertainment
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Asin: B00006KIET
Sales Rank: 2155
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars New image: half ccg's half video games
If you like to read magazines that have a variety of focal points, then this one might interest you. About three months ago, Inquest Gamer changed its name to IQ Gamer. As the title states, it is a different magazine. Before I bought the subscription, I thought I was getting 12 issues of news and articles about ccg's and miniature games. As it turns out, the first issue of my subscription was not what I was accustomed to. About half of this new IQ Gamer now covers video games.
4-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as it used to be.
I've been reading Inquest for many years now and I've always liked it but about 2 years ago they seriously cut down on the number of pages in each issue and the price of individual issues (not subsription) is way too high to justify this. Plus there is an INSANE amount of ads dwelling within the pages (okay when they alert you to something new tho).5-0 out of 5 stars Inquest rocks!
Inquest, while not being the best gaming magazine out there, is a one stop look at all your gaming needs. It has almost everything. And although it's not the most accurate(i.e. Magic decks and cards are often off, the price guide isn't the best and some of the computer game strategies are extremely rudimentary), it does have a lot. It is also very funny and entertaining. So instead of having to have a subscription to several other magazines, you only need to subscribe to one. And a very amusing one at that. I give it five stars because I've been into that magazine since 1998. ... Read more

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13. PSM: 100% Independent PlayStation 2 Magazine
by Future US, Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7UU
Sales Rank: 1867
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14. Nintendo Gamecube
by Future Publishing Ltd
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Sales Rank: 4936
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Coolest Video Game Magazine in the world!!!
I've loved this magazine for at least three years and that is not gonna change! Nintendo Power is just about my favorite magazine and it has great games, great design, and a great layout.It is also a very clean magazine and has some really cool extra stuff like posters and cards.It's also very funny and dosen't have a true target audience, which I like. In conclusion, if you love videogames and/or Nintendo, you can't go wrong with Nintendo Power!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
I am sure they ar refering to Nintendo Power.Also the above price is wrong.
5-0 out of 5 stars best magazne for the best video game system ever!
My mom got rid of my playstation 2 because there were too many immoral games availabe for it. She bought me a game cube because all of the games for it are safe. Mario sure is fun! This magazine is great to learn about new mario games! ... Read more

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15. Official Playstation 2 Magazine
by Future Publishing Ltd
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16. PC Gamer - DVD
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best PC Game Magazine On Earth
This publication is, in my opinion, the most intelligent, funny, and readable magazine about PC games available. It blows the competition offered up by the U.S. magazines out of the water.
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17. Opsm : Official Playstation 2 Magazine
by Derwent Howard Pty Ltd
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