Retro Gamer UK - Issue 216 - 2021 January

Retro Gamer UK - Issue 216 - 2021 January
Issue 216
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    2021
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Retro Gamer UK - Issue 216 - 2021 January 

| 116 pages | UK | English | PDF | 62.4 Mb | 

Do you remember Pac-Man? Do you love classic videogames? Then you'll love a Retro Gamer. Retro Gamer is the only gaming magazine in the UK that is totally dedicated to all aspects of retro gaming. If you're a fan of Jet Set Willy, or still feel that the Spectrum is the best games machine of all time then Retro Gamer is a must-have for you. Each issue contains exclusive interviews with classic developers of old, goes behind the scenes of some of the biggest games of all time, reveals fascinating new facts about all of your favourite games and features the best games released for every console in the last 20 years! Retro Gamer also offers reviews on the latest retro-themed games and boasts an in-depth buyer's guide for those wanting to add to their existing collections.
Will we ever have a home console as popular as the PS2? Sony’s second console was a phenomenal success for the company, building on the momentum the Japanese giant had created with the original PlayStation, and utterly annihilating the competition in the process. Put the sales of the Dreamcast, Xbox and GameCube together and they still can’t make a dent in the impressive sales figures of the PS2.
Regardless of whether you felt the ‘Emotion Engine’ lived up to the promised Sony hype, there was no denying Sony’s commitment to the console, the wealth of available games (over 4,400) and its many excellent exclusives. For this issue we decided to speak to many luminaries within the industry, including the likes of David Reeves and Mark Cerny to find out just what made Sony’s second console
so very special.
Other highlights of our first issue of 2021 include in-depth features on Manic Miner, The Last Ninja, Metroidvanias, Tim Schafer and the first three Project Zero games, as well as plenty of smaller features as well. Thanks again for all the support you showed us in 2020 and don’t forget to take advantage of our new subs offer on page 28 if you haven’t already done so. It really helps.
Stay safe and enjoy the magazine!

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