Retro gaming site RacketBoy.com
has scanned and uploaded every page of the first issues of Nintendo Power
and Sega Visions
magazines for all nostaligic gamers to enjoy.
I lost a good couple hours of "work time" reading through the two magazines turned PDF files. While Sega Visions
pulled a "James Pond: Underwater Agent" memory from a deep fold of my brain, which was enjoyable, I got a bigger kick out of Nintendo Power
, which seemed to be more of the complete package. In it were beautiful and detailed "Super Mario Bros. 2" and "Zelda" features, a fantastic "Baseball Round" poster (which I'll be printing out and hanging in Jer's bathroom), and a reveiw of the "Pee-Wee Big Top" film that came out that year (1988). Is it no wonder that Nintendo Power
is still around?
Lose a couple of hours getting lost in these magazines, too: Racketboy.com
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