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1. Game Informer Magazine
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2. Chess Life
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3. Psm: 100% Independent Playstation
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4. Dell Logic Puzzles
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5. Bluff
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6. Dell Easy Fast N Fun Crosswords
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7. Casino Player
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8. White Dwarf
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9. Bridge Bulletin
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10. Snooker Scene
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11. Dell Pocket Crossword Puzzles
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12. Pack O Fun
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13. Inquest Gamer
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14. Strictly Slots
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15. New in Chess Magazine
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16. Variety Puzzles and Games
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17. Soft Dolls & Animals
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18. Northwest Chess
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19. Snes Gaming
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20. Ohio Chess Bulletin

1. Game Informer Magazine
by Sunrise Publications Inc
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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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2. Chess Life
by Us Chess Federation
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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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3. Psm: 100% Independent Playstation 2 Magazine
by Future Us Inc
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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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4. Dell Logic Puzzles
by Penny Press
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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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5. Bluff
by Bluff Media
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Sales Rank: 1386
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6. Dell Easy Fast N Fun Crosswords
by Penny Press
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7. Casino Player
by Casino Journal Publishing Grp
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Sales Rank: 933
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A must-read for any gambling fan
Casino Player is the end-all magazine for the serious gambler (and the gambler who likes weekend fun with lots of comps!).It is one of the pricier magazines, but the cost is well worth it, and it isn't over-run with advertising.
5-0 out of 5 stars The Best is Getting Better!!!
Casino Player is a monthly subscription magazine that tries to be all things to all casino enthusiasts, and usually succeeds. From the mathematic and probability computations for the video poker fan by guru Bob Dancer, to Jean Scott's wonderful column The Frugal Gambler, which gives first-timers and seasoned players alike excellent information on how to get comps (which are freebees---sort of---that the casinos give their customers.), this outstanding publication delivers first-rate information for travelers to Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Tunica to use to make their stays more enjoyable and profitable. Recently, Casino Player has seen fit to substantially overhaul their content, adding more first-rate columnists such as Basil Nestor (who deals with gaming's colorful and illustrious history), and adding more coverage to new areas of the country as gaming (not gambling; the correct term these days is gaming) continues to expand into new markets such as Southern California and the Upper Midwest. The results show a decided improvement in both the magazine's content and range of coverage, though not without some sacrifices along the way. Unfortunately, two of the magazine's best columns have recently been lost in the shuffle: The Aggrivated Gambler, a forum for dealing with unpleasant casino experiences and how to cut through red tape, written by the very fine writer Melissa Fine; and Mystery Tourist, a nonbylined column which explores the offerings of a different resort every month under the guise of anonymity. However, the new additions more than make up for the losses. Hopefully, now that coverage is being reapportioned, more attention can be given to such oft-neglected (Las Vegas) gems such as the Monte Carlo, Luxor, Treasure Island (or TI, as it is now called) and the Stratosphere; a lovely profile of local Coast Properties fave the Orleans just appeared in last month's issue, so perhaps steps are being taken in that direction. In any case, whether you are an experienced or neophyte gamer, you will want to subscribe to the new and improved Casino Player ASAP. With all their recent upgrades, there's no doubt that the best gaming magazine in the industry is certainly getting better!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Dave's Review
Great magazine. Shows not only the high end of gaming, but where to go and how to get your money's worth. ... Read more

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8. White Dwarf
by Games Workshop Ltd
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Sales Rank: 1917
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Is it really worth it?
Well, I have been subscribing to White Dwarf for many years and last year was my last subscription (after 9 years!). The reason is that White Dwarf has taken another pice hike and now it is $60 a YEAR!!!
5-0 out of 5 stars great magazine
I've been a subscriber for years! Great magazine!
2-0 out of 5 stars Worth it?
I have been a gamer for almost 7years. In that time I have seen a number of price hikes. When I first started gaming, I subscribed to White Dwarf. It was a great source of rule updates and entertainment. Battle reports are fun to read and I always enjoyed looking at the Golden Deamon winners. They include modeling hints but they will only help if you already have some experience. There is also a lot of fluff. Back then it was $50 AND you got around $20 of free figures. Now it is $50 and you only get the magazine. The quality of the content has gone up slightly but the binding on some of my last editions fell apart after two days. The only truly useful thing in WD is the rules and its best to get those in a Chapter Approved. The magazine is wonderful and gets at least 4stars but the deal has gone downhill. I love Warhammer and WD but you really need to decide if it is worth it. ... Read more

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9. Bridge Bulletin
by Amer Contract Bridge League
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Asin: B0000E614U
Sales Rank: 1877
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10. Snooker Scene
by Evertons News Agency
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Sales Rank: 3447
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11. Dell Pocket Crossword Puzzles
by Penny Press
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12. Pack O Fun
by Amos Craft Publishing
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Kids Craft Mag Ever!
Pack O Fun has been around for years and is still the best craft magazine for kids. It has several craft ideas in each issue that also include specific ideas for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. This magazine is for kids and adults alike. To keep the group leaders full of fun ideas for the kids and for their own kids with wonderful little stories that kids enjoy. I love getting it as much as my three daughters and all the Girl Scouts I've worked with. My mom even had a subscription to this magazine when I was in Brownies! If you work with a group of kids, such as scouting, or are just a parent looking for some fun activities to do with your kids, Pack O Fun is definitely the magazine for you!!! It's a classic! ... Read more

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13. Inquest Gamer
by Wizard Entertainment
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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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14. Strictly Slots
by Casino Journal Publishing Grp
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15. New in Chess Magazine
by Interchess Bv
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great but not for beginners
This is an excellent chess magazine. Having said that, the level is pretty advanced. If you are buying it as a gift, this is not for a casual chess player. If the giftee plays in tournaments, or belongs to a club, or owns a dozen or two chess books, go ahead.
5-0 out of 5 stars Without any doubt the best chess magazine in the world !!
GM Timman and his staff produces a wonderful chess magazine, probably the best in the world.5-0 out of 5 stars the best chess magazine in the world
it is by far the most serious and clomplete chess magazine, excelent articles, it is intended for the semi-pro in chess ... Read more

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16. Variety Puzzles and Games
by Penny Marketing
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Travel companion
A greeat way to pass the time while traveling via planr or car. ... Read more

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17. Soft Dolls & Animals
by Scott Publications
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5-0 out of 5 stars Soft Dolls & Animals!
Luscious color photos, filled with amazing tips and patterns!For any cloth doll maker or even cloth doll collector.I only wish I had known about this one before I ordered another doll magazine in the same price range.Well worth the annual rate!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Soft Doll Adventure
I just purchased my first issue of this magazine.To my delight, it contains full size patterns for several dolls, as well as very detailed, illustrated articles on how to make each individual feature of the dolls.This is a project I have wanted to tackle for some time, and thanks to this magazine, I now have the confidence to get started.My first project is not yet complete, but I can already tell this is going to be a good one.The dolls in this magazine are not toys, and they are not simple to make.If you want something for your grandbaby to chew on, this is not for you.These are very complex, soft sculptures. However, the directions are so complete, even a first timer like me can follow along, and achieve success. ... Read more

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18. Northwest Chess
by Northwest Chess
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Well done two-state (Washington/Oregon) Magazine
I'm a new subscriber to NW Chess.The magazine is a black & white 30(ish) page newspaper type magazine with local (Washington & Oregon) chess news, events, and games.It is well presented and the games are entertaining to play through.I think I like it mose because it doesn't have hundreds of games (it isn't overwhelming) and it isn't written only for the 2000+ player as some chess magazines are.I have found it beneficial and a worthwhile way to both learn about chess and to keep informed with local events.Get a subscription, you'll love it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best State Monthly Chess Magazine
Most state chess magazines publish bi-monthly.Northwest Chess is an exception.Since the 1940's it has consistently published a high quality magazine with games from the top chess players in the area.

3-0 out of 5 stars Best local coverage
Are you or your children interested in playing in chess tournaments? This magazine has all the upcoming events listed and you can follow your results and have games published.Your subscription also helps fund local events and promotions! ... Read more

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19. Snes Gaming
by Snes Gaming
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20. Ohio Chess Bulletin
by Ohio Chess Association
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