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Retrogaming Times Monthly - January 2013


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#1 Albert OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Jan 9, 2013 9:41 AM

The first 2013 issue of Retrogaming Times Monthly has been published. This month's issue features a look at Wreck-It Ralph, the top retro games of 2012, and more. Here's what you'll find in issue #104:
  • Caught On Film - Wreck-It Ralph
  • The Pixelated Mage - Top 10 Of 2012
  • Apple II Incider - Christmas Gifts For The Apple II Fan
  • CoCoLicious! - The CoCo's 3rd Time Is A Charm (Part 1)
  • The Way Things Were - January 1983
  • MAME Reviews - Astro Blaster
  • NES'cade - Cabal
  • Beyond The Plastic - Tom & Jerry (SNES)
  • The Retro Junkie - NHL '94
  • And More!
You can read these articles and more inside the Retrogaming Times Monthly, now in its 184th month! You can also browse the RTM archives to catch up on past issues.

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Posted Wed Jan 9, 2013 10:10 AM

This issue was especially good. Maybe the content was just more up my alley this time but I enjoyed it. The Way Things Were - Jan 1983 , is a good idea and I liked it the most.

#3 Inky OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Jan 10, 2013 5:08 PM

Does this magazine even cover Atari, Colecovision or INtellivision anymore?

#4 Thomas Jentzsch OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:54 AM

Sometimes, but less often than it used to be. New contributors.

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Posted Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:14 AM

Does this magazine even cover Atari, Colecovision or INtellivision anymore?


I have written about the Atari 5200 off and on in the past few years. It's not consistent as I usually write about the Apple II first and then anything else later. Tough to write multiple columns.




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