Mean Machines Sega soldiered on until the 32-bit era and gave some excellent coverage of Sega's new Saturn console. However after over fifty issues the magazine was incorporated into Official Sega Saturn Magazine (which had previously been known as EMAP's 'Official Sega Magazine'). Angus Swan was the editor at when the magazine closed and as a result ranks as one of the longest-serving Mean Machines staff members of all time.
Nintendo Magazine System was eventually rebranded as Official Nintendo Magazine and only ceased publication very recently, when the Nintendo licence was given to Future, who published a completely different official magazine.
The last Mean Machines magazine was Mean Machines Playstation (and it was only Mean Machines in name - by this point, the magazine had become little more than a kiddies comic). This soon folded after a pitiful six issues and simply couldn't compete with the massive success of Future's Official Playstation Magazine.