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Electronic Gaming Monthly #83

Magazine Rack – Electronic Gaming Monthly #83 – June 1996

This edition of the Magazine Rack features Electronic Gaming Monthly #83 from June 1996. This issue features a showdown of the 3 big gaming mascots of the time, Crash Bandicoot, Mario, and Sonic. It also features a comparison of the Sega Saturn hardware from the US and Japan. Check it out inside!
Official Sega Dreamcast Magazine Issue #7

Magazine Rack – Official Sega Dreamcast Magazine Issue #7 – Sept/Oct 2000

Official Sega Dreamcast Magazine Issue #7 features a write-up about the Bleem! PlayStation 1 emulator coming to Dreamcast as well as some of the system's most iconic games like Sonic Adventure 2 and Seaman. Read on to take a trip back to the year 2000.
Electronic Gaming Monthly #49

Magazine Rack – Electronic Gaming Monthly #49 – August 1993

In Electronic Gaming Monthly #49, we're taking a trip back to August 1993 at the height of the 16-bit era. Read on for a list of what's inside.
Sega Channel

Looking Back on Sega Channel

Today we're going to look back at a little-known piece of digital distribution history. That's right, we're talking about the Sega Channel!
Sega Visions Issue #21

Magazine Rack – Sega Visions Issue #21 – October/November 1994

This edition of our Magazine Rack features Sega Visions Issue #21 from October/November 1994. Doom 32X is the featured game in this issue!
Official Sega Dreamcast Magazine Issue #9

Magazine Rack – Official Sega Dreamcast Magazine Issue #9 – December 2000

In the Official Sega Dreamcast Magazine Issue #9, you'll read about the brand-new (at the time) SegaNet service along with reviews for tons of classics!
Sega Visions #10

Magazine Monday – Sega Visions #10 – Nov/Dec 1992

In this edition of Magazine Monday, we have Sega Visions #10 from late 1992. Featured in this issue are games like Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and so much more!

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