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1. Family Handyman
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2. Fine Woodworking
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3. PC Gamer (non-disc version)
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4. Hobby Farms
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5. Games
$19.98
6. Game Informer Magazine
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7. Tropical Fish Hobbyist
$49.95
8. Card Player
$38.00
9. Chess Life
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10. All In: The World's Leading Poker
$19.40
11. World of Puzzles
$33.00
12. Action Pursuit Games
$83.12
13. Solitaire - Asia Pacifics Jewelry
$41.95
14. Coin World
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15. Psm: 100% Independent Playstation
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16. Dell Logic Puzzles
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17. Coral
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18. Official's Logic Problems
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19. Bluff
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20. Jumbo Ring-a-Word

1. Family Handyman
by RD Publications, Inc.
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
list price: $29.90 -- our price: $19.97
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Asin: B00005N7Q1
Sales Rank: 94
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Good Info, Bad Ads
I like the information brought forth in this magazine. Some things were relevant, some not (25 steps to cleaning my car is not very relevant). The only gripe I had with this mag is the effluous flow of Viagara and "Better Sex" video ads sprawled throughout the magazine-- I counted SEVEN such ads in one issue! My kids love to read "This Old House" and "Old House Journal," but "Family Handyman" was off limits. Too bad. To the magazine writers: Not EVERY handyman-type magazine reader is a man, and not EVERY magazine reader needs to be bombarded with the same crap that floods my email inbox.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product but Misunderstood Process for Gift
This is the third time I have purchased Handyman Magazine for family members as gifts.This time, I misunderstood how to gift the item.Unfortunately, I did not have a second chance to send the magazine to a family member as a Christmas Gift.After calling, the only recourse I was given was to to refuse the magazine when it comes (because it is coming to me instead of my son in Atlanta), call and cancel the order and reorder.Unfortunately, doing this, it will not reach my son in time for Christmas.I would like to see something built into the system that gives a second chance to bill me, but send as a gift.

5-0 out of 5 stars A bit glossy and "staged", but info and tips are great!
My ONLY gripe with this magazine is that the pictures are like those you would find in GQ magazine: they hire models to show you driving a nail or shoveling dirt for that new patio.These people use only brand new tools (brand name label showing of course) in a perfect-world dust free environment.The pictures make it look like it's a Sears catalogue.
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Subjects:  1. Hobbies    2. Hobbies & Games    3. Hobbies and Special Inter    4. Home & Garden    5. Home Economics    6. Home, Fashion and Family    7. House & Home   


2. Fine Woodworking
by Taunton Direct, Inc.
Magazine (01 March, 2002)
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Asin: B000063XJH
Sales Rank: 190
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great resource
This magazine has something for woodworkers at every level, from raw beginner to professional. The mix of articles includes side by side product comparisons, how-to pieces at different levels, tool sharpening hints, finishing materials and techniques, and photo galleries of magnificent work.
3-0 out of 5 stars Great for starting out, but now i'm bored
After 6 years I'm finally letting my subscription end. Its a great magazine for starting out, but after a while the articles begin seeming to be very alike. New ideas are now a rarity in Fine Woodworking, and that was the original reason that I subscribed.There are very few technique articles and too many tool reviews. And I've become skeptical of those review articles--primarily because many, but not all, are not rigorous scientific tests and are subject to the author's preferences, yet those articles are not presented that way.Furthermore, I believe that the magazine in general has dropped considerably in quality and definitely in content over the past few years. I'd have given it 5 stars in the begining, but now its just average.

5-0 out of 5 stars Only subscription that lasted
I jumped into woodworking four years ago and have had 5 woodworking magazine subscriptions over the four years. I started with Fine Woodworking and now it's all that's left. Nothing else compares.
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Subjects:  1. General    2. Handicrafts. Arts & Crafts    3. Hobbies    4. Hobbies & Games    5. Hobbies and Special Inter    6. Professional & Technical   


3. 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   


4. Hobby Farms
by BowTie Magazines
Magazine (14 February, 2004)
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Asin: B00007LNHY
Sales Rank: 181
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Could use less advertisements & more feature stories
While I really enjoy "Hobby Farm" magazine, I believe it could use some improvement. I used to work in publishing, so I understand advertisers are where revenue comes from, but come on! The last issue of Hobby Farm was almost 90% advertisement and had only a 3 page feature cover story. The rest of the features were on average a small page long. When "Hobby Farm" has a feature story it is usually a well done one. For example one cover feature was on raising waterfowl, this was an excellent story.
5-0 out of 5 stars Just Say Moo
I read Successful Farming, Progressive Farming and Backwoods Home for years.They are all fine magazines.But if you want to do a little hobby farm this magazine really fits.They have a wealth of information in each copy.I'm really impressed.It's really targeted to those people who have five to thirty acres, a few animals and may or may not want to make a little money on this side or as minimum have fun but do it the right way.My first copy was their tractor issue.Very good info.And I'm an engineer.

5-0 out of 5 stars HOBBY FARMS
Love this magazine! Just wish it came out more often. Great for more than those with farms or homesteads. Articles on gardening, building projects, animals. Buy It! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Agriculture    2. Farming   


5. Games
by Kappa Publishing Group
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
list price: $46.45 -- our price: $30.00
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Asin: B00005QJDY
Sales Rank: 364
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Me: Let the Games begin!Audience: Oh no! Not that tired old line!
In my elementary school gifted program we read Games. In the walk-in closet with the oil pastels, clay, toothpicks and other supplies were hundreds of back copies that I borrowed on rotation. I still love Games every bit as much today, but I can still smell the old classroom when I read it, so I imagine I'm a bit biased. 5-0 out of 5 stars More than I need!
This magazine has way more puzzles than I can do in a month. I love the cryptic crosswords.

5-0 out of 5 stars Enhance your mental agility, with Games Magazine
I've been puzzling with Games since it was first published. Some of the changes have been good, some disappointing (to me, because a favorite may have been deleted), but this magazine has something for every level of puzzler.
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Subjects:  1. Games    2. Hobbies & Games    3. Hobbies and Special Inter    4. Recreation. Leisure    5. Games & Hobbies   


6. 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

Subjects:  1. Entertainment    2. Games    3. Hobbies & Games    4. Recreation. Leisure   


7. Tropical Fish Hobbyist
by T F H Publications Inc
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Asin: B00006L078
Sales Rank: 165
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Not worth it for a Marine Fishkeeper
First the positive.This magazine is well laid-out and has good photography for the most part.The articles are informative.There are enough reviews on here extolling the virtues of this magazine, so let me tell you the downside.
5-0 out of 5 stars The Definitive Aquarium Hobby Magazine
I have been reading TFH for about thirty years, and it is by far the most comprehensive magazine resource for the advanced hobbyist.It costs a little more than the others, but it attracts the best authors and the photography is stunning. The editors take a more scientific slant than that offered in the two other popular Aquarium magazines, and though I subscribe to all three, TFH captures most of my attention. If you are a serious aquarium keeper, or want to become one, you have to check out this fine magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great magazine
This magazine is no doubt the best aquarium magazine in the world.not only does it have clear and understandable information for the beggining and advanced hobbyist, but it's articles cover brand new things, aquarium news, fish profiles, that no other can match.For this reason, i humbly reccomend tropical fish hobbyist. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Animal Culture    2. Hobbies    3. Hobbies & Games    4. Nature    5. Science & Nature   


8. Card Player
by Card Player
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Asin: B00007HXZO
Sales Rank: 1050
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Got to get it
If you are into poker this is the best magazine out there.It's one of those magazines you can pick up over and over again because it is full of outstanding articles by some of the leading poker pros.All of their writers (of which there are regulars and then guest writers) have an obvious passion for the game, which translates into very well written and useful articles about the game.You'll also get to read interviews with some of the most influential poker people out there.
5-0 out of 5 stars Worth the Money but Best When Free.
I sometimes read this when I go to a cardroom where they have free copies to take with you and I enjoy it everytime. The interviews are excellent and they usually have big name players writing articles which increases its "street cred," if you will. I love the website and followed its WSOP blog meticulously over the summer so I could keep up with the action and root for Greg Raymer from a distance. Also, I took advantage of the free email address they offer which is handy on top of being pretty cool. Cardplayer is the next best thing to reading a seriousbook.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's a great magazine, but go online if you want to save money.
It's great.I love it.But as everyone will tell you, ALL the articles are free online.So, why pay for the magazine?I do because I like to read it while watching TV or on a flight.I like to see the advertisements for all the upcoming tournaments.It's easier to have everything in hand rather than printing articles off the Internet.But if you want to save money, go online.All the articles are free.I'm not sure why.Seems like a lousy business plan.But they're all there for you to read if you don't want to pay for the magazine. ... Read more

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9. Chess Life
by Us Chess Federation
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Asin: B00006K8K3
Sales Rank: 667
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Great Chess resource
Chess Life is the official magazine of the United State Chess Federation.A serious chess player cannot be without it.
4-0 out of 5 stars In-depth!
I love this magazine and find it entertaining!Its also helpful to brush up on various openings.There are numerous exercises and games to study and play through.I particularly like the "Solitaire Chess" game-if you are interested in chess, get a subscription!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best of U.S., Possibly World
This is the best U.S. publication for chess and perhaps the best in the world. I have purchased or subscribed to most chess magazines in the U.S. and have purchased many from other countries as well. This magazine is probably the best for analysis, news, photos, tournaments, etc. You also get this as part of your USCF membership with magazine, a required membership for playing in U.S. rated tournaments. If chess is your game, this is your magazine. ... Read more

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10. All In: The World's Leading Poker Magazine
by All in Magazine
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Asin: B0006HANAE
Sales Rank: 273
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Trouble with Subscription
Like all of these other people, I ordered this magazine in late June and still haven't received it as of September 11th. I plan to look up "All-In"'s phone number and contact them directly.

5-0 out of 5 stars Haven't received yet
I ordered this product while I was supposed to still be receiving the end of my last subscription. I haven't received an ALL IN magazine in months.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't order this item.
It's been five months since I ordered this item.No magazine and so far no resolution from Amazon help area.It looks like I'm not the only one to get burned. ... Read more

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11. World of Puzzles
by Kappa Publishing Group
Magazine (23 November, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N7V3
Sales Rank: 403
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Diverse collection of Pencil Puzzles
Games magazine has continued to provide a wide range of smart and often humorous, eye-boggling puzzles for every level of eraser-included pencil warriors.

5-0 out of 5 stars Variety makes this good
All puzzles and a good variety at all levels of difficulty.I like the mix.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very challenging
The magazine is one that I cannot easily find at stores.It was delivered within two weeks of ordering, not a month or more as is indicated. I find this puzzle magazine filled with the most challenging and diverse puzzles of any magazine you can purchase and more of them. I am very pleased. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Hobbies and Special Inter    2. Games & Hobbies    3. Crossword Puzzles   


12. Action Pursuit Games
by Apg Media
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Asin: B00006K1OT
Sales Rank: 1287
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Writer for APG
APG is the Sports Illustrated of paintball, it has been around since 1988 and durning that time paintball has changed a lot. It covers stories for beginners thru semi-professionals, some professional players prefer not to reveal the secretes to their success.
3-0 out of 5 stars Not Bad
Its a good magazine for someone who is some what new to paintball. If ur an experienced baller I would recommend buying it first and reading one because i think this magazine is deff not worth the prescription.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Paintball Magazine
This is the best paintball magazine. You want strategy, you got it. You want new equipment, you got it. You want competition coverage, you got it. Even the extensive ads are efficient and helpful (the advertisers know the buyers in APG are more interested in substance than glitz). If you only get one paintball magazine, this is the one to get. With at least twice as much good stuff per issue, it is better than any of the others. ... Read more

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13. Solitaire - Asia Pacifics Jewelry & Watch Magazine
by Solitaire Media Pte Ltd
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Asin: B0002V0IHM
Sales Rank: 2288
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Subjects:  1. Decorative Arts. Applied Arts. Decoration & Ornament    2. Hobbies    3. Hobbies & Games   


14. Coin World
by Amos Hobby Publishing
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Asin: B00005QDWI
Sales Rank: 1209
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Info you can't find other places
I agree with "Pigeons" review.This was not as expensive for me as I got a "bundled" package of CoinValues, CoinWorld, both 1 year subscriptions (12 issues, 52 issues respectively).And with CoinWorlds weekly paper you are kept VERY up-to-date on goings on in the numismatic community.I got the both for around $41.

5-0 out of 5 stars A regular in-depth look at the coin world and all of its trappings!
I picked up a couple of issues of this newspaper/magazine at the Santa Clara show and on the basis of those two numbers decided to subscribe.I already subscribe to Numismatic News (NN) which I have also rated at 5 stars and I think I'll continue with both publications because they seem to vary just enough from each other to make things interesting.Coin World appears to spend more time on the nuts and bolts of the Coin World (well, duh, I guess the title says it), with good listings and mentions of new numismatic publications; reference books being essential building blocks for the erection of an edifice of numismatic knowledge.Its articles about specific numismatic issues also include a lot of the minutiae about the decision making process, problems and solutions, leading up to the final issuance of any given coin.It also has really excellent, detailed articles on esoteric topics not readily available in other publications.For instance, contained in one of my complimentary copies there was a truly fascinating article on Alaska Trade Tokens, as well as an entertaining one about the cascade of silver dollars created at the Philadelpia Mint when one of the employees charged with raking loose dollars together from atop a pile weighing hundreds of tons inadvertently broke open a bag which set off a chan reaction of burst open bags causing other employees to flee before the avalanche of tumbling silver.A further good thing about this publication is that the classifieds section appears to be qualitatively, if not quantitatively better than that found in NN.What this publication does not have is recent US Mint statistics (although lots of articles on new mint issues, etc.) which is a really nice thing about NN.Anyway, at about twice the price of NN, I'm not sure that you are getting a publication that is twice as good but I do believe that it is worth the cost of subscription and I hate to say it but if you have to choose between either this one or NN, go with this, in my opinion. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Collectibles    2. Hobbies & Games    3. Numismatics    4. Antiques   


15. Psm: 100% Independent Playstation 2 Magazine
by Future Us Inc
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Asin: B00026EFR6
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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16. Dell Logic Puzzles
by Penny Press
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Asin: B00006KBDB
Sales Rank: 1383
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to Nearly Impossible Logic Problems
I am unsure of what led me to start trying logic problems, but once I did I found them difficult to put down.Dell's Logic Puzzles is one of my favorites because it offers a range of logic problems from easy to nearly impossible (for me).I have spent days trying to solve some of the more difficult logic problems.In one rare case I went longer than a month.
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17. Coral
by Ecosystem Publications
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Sales Rank: 402
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars A better marine aquarium magazine doesn't exist.....literally
While originally and currently published in Germany as Koralle magazine, Coral the English version, stands as the only magazine exclusive to the marine aquarium hobby currently being offered here in the U.S. With that said Coral is a great magazine that I would encourage novice, advanced, and expert marine hobbyist alike in enjoying and securing as the exclusive premiere marine aquarium magazine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best Mag out for Reefkeeping Hobby
This is by far the best magazine available to reefkeeping hobbyists. I have read every issue released so far. The magazine explains techniques promoted by modern reef aquarists around the world, and especially from Europe.
5-0 out of 5 stars The ultimate magazine
This is a wonderful magazine for anyone interested in reefkeeping.The topics are discussed in depth and the photography is awesome.This magazine is worth every penny. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling   


18. Official's Logic Problems
by Kappa Publishing Group
Magazine (08 February, 2002)
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Asin: B000060ML2
Sales Rank: 871
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Error in July Puzzle book
I believe there is an error in the answer for puzzle #43 in the July 2005 puzzle book.The logic given for the Cont. Congress print does not match clue #4.I believe the dates given for the Cont. Congress and for Paul Revere should be reversed. (C.C. should be 1868 and P.R. 1856)Other than that, I am having a ball with the puzzles, and it keeps my gray matter from atrophying!

5-0 out of 5 stars timing is everything
I ordered this on May 5th for Mother's Day, and was advised that the actual subscription may take 6-8 weeks, but that a card would be mailed to my Mother within 3 days.It was not mailed until June 27th, she still does not believe I was thinking of her on Mother's Day.As of June 30, she still has not received her first magazine either.Allow extra time when ordering if it is for a timely item.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun to do as a team with the whole family!
The puzzles in this book are my absolute favorite kind of logic game!It can be a mind-bending experience to follow the logical deduction of some of the better ones.Read more

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19. Bluff
by Bluff Media
Magazine
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20. Jumbo Ring-a-Word
by Kappa Publishing Group
Magazine (08 February, 2002)
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