always sad to hear long time subscribers are throwing in the towel, the relentless onslaught of third rate atari junk almost caused me to quit but I've kept my sub going and it's good to read that the mag is moving away from the atari dross and onto the ps1 etc.crusto wrote:I no longer buy Retro Gamer, having recently cancelled my sub. I've subscribed almost since day dot but the mag no longer provides the buzz for me that it once used to. More often than not the majority of content in the mag each month is of little to no interest for me.
There's no point subbing to something that basically just gets scan read and filed afterwards.. Time for a break. Plus, feedback is not tolerated on here unless it is of the "right type". So I'm no longer inclined to make suggestions on how things could be improved, or point out errors etc, very little point in doing so.
I will pick up the odd issue here and there If I see it on my travels and the majority of its content is of personal interest to me. And I will look more closely at the collections from now on.
Also agree with what others have said about some stuff being so obscure it's completely useless, the kind of articles more suited to a fanzine circulated between about 10 people.