Timothy Lumsden wrote:like the idea of a few pages each month, but would prefer it to be about the lesser know/rare last gen games, as the major titles are of less interest (until the age a bit more).
There are literally hundreds of obscure games on PSX and Saturn alone let alone other consoles like PS2/GC and Xbox.
It would amazing to see in depth articles on games like these:
Tail Of The Sun, Tomba, Agent Armstrong, Internal Section, Legend of Legaia, Pong - The Next Level, V2000 (David Braben), Astal, Symphony Of The Night (Saturn), Sky Target, Terra Cresta 3D to name very, very, very few. The software companies behind the games should be covered, many of them having a history that goes back to the 8 and 16 bit eras... that's retro heritage, Dog.
Articles on the development of PSX and Saturn would be awesome, articles on the swings and roundabouts of the format war between them would be amazing and all of this before we even begin to touch upon the generation that followed these machines. An absolute wealth of un-plundered, very much retro material could feature in the mag if a marginal shift to the right in the central focus should happen. Just a couple of in depth pieces per month would keep me happy and be minimal enough that the 8 and 16 bit purists don't start wetting their pants too much
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