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Gauntlet has been a source of inspiration for many programmers, and there have been many clones and derivatives released over the last few years. Dungeon Explorer s one such clone, but stands head and shoulders above everything that's previously ... Read More
03 Feb, 2016 - Do you remember the dark old days of being a videogame fan in the UK? Sometimes there would be a torturous wait for games which you wanted to hit your region. Try as you might you couldn't ... Read More
22 Jun, 2015 - Sega's Mega Drive console may be old enough to drink, drive and join the army, but that doesn't mean that it's totally been forgotten. Serega is an online store which sells reproduction ... Read More
The contents of the first five issues were repackaged and reissued in this 'best of' book. A rather transparent attempt to make more money out of the Mean Machines name, the move was most likely the idea of the money-men at EMAP rather ... View media item