Some are acting as if they're going to open issue 125 and it contains the history of Halo, the making of Call Of Duty
that would be awesome, would be by far the best selling issue of Retro Gamer ever.
if a few dinosaurs have to be left to die as the mag moves forward then so be it.
But that helps no one does it. By wanting all that in the mag, you're just as bad as the ones you moan about
It's all about keeping the balance so there's something for every reader.
I think this issue for example is pretty good. There is
F-!7 Challenge (16-bit) 2 pages
Flashback (16-bit) 8 pages
Jordan Mechnar (8-bit) 1 page
Chequered Flag (8-bit) 4 pages
Light gun games (8-bit+) 8 pages
Sagaia (8-bit) 2 pages
Minority Report (god knows
) 4 pages
Amazon Queen (16-bit) 4 pages
NES (8-Bit) 8 pages
Bayonetta (oh my god it's too fricking new) 2 pages
Mastertronic (8-bit) 6 pages
Unconverted (8-bit+) 2 pages
Top 25 Mega Drive Games (16-bit) 6 pages
Defender Of The Crown (8-bit+) 4 pages
Dino Crisis History (32-bit) 6 pages
Populous (16-bit) 2 pages
Paul Norman (8-bit) 6 pages
Tomb Raider (32-bit) 2 pages
Jurassic Park (8-bit) 1 page
I'd say that's a pretty usual issue and hardly the doom and gloom turnaround that some seem worried about.