ReVival - Issue #39 - Autumn 2009
This issue includes a special Adventurevision booklet for free! This free addition is pictured to the right.
Home console tests:
- Mr Chin (Colecovision)
- SuperNeSnake 2 (Nintendo Nes)
- Megacart vol.1 (Lynx)
- 4-Tris (Intellivision)
- Steamroller (Colecovision)
- Wind and Water (Dreamcast)
- I, Project (Atari 2600)
- Lady Bug (Atari 2600)
- Yastuna vol.1 (Lynx)
- Ghost House (Master System) + Sega Cards
- Canadian mini-games (Colecovision)
- Martian Threat (Odissey2)
- Dark Tower (Vectrex)
- Championship Tennis (Intellivision)
Retro Gaming Connexion 2008 report
Sega 8 bits homebrew features
About ReVival Magazine
ReVival is a magazine dedicated to retrogaming that has been published quarterly since the end of 1997. Initially ReVival was only available in French, but as of issue 29, an English version is also available.
But what is ReVival? ReVival is the voice of the hidden side of video gaming. ReVival gives you news on all alternative consoles, retrogaming, games and/or hardware tests without concessions, interviews of people active in the alternative video games, features such as Nomad for portable consoles and Dreamcast for Sega's 128 bits. And that's not all! ReVival also offers you historical articles and more specific reports and columns. And, furthermore, anyone can participate!
ReVival has no commercial purpose. It is published by a non-profit association, with professional quality standards in mind, for the content as well as for the layout. But we are not a publishing company, and we don't issue thousand copies of ReVival. Furthermore, we have no advertising. Thus, we cannot offer low prices, since it would endanger the financial balance of our organization. All the team and myself dedicate our heart, our passion and our motivation. And it's done in our spare time! Thus, the more people will participate, the more the quality of ReVival and the diversity of articles will increase.
You can learn more about ReVival magazine at the official ReVival Website.
I believe the guys in charge of the mag are all French and maybe a Dutch guy does their translating. Overall, it's closer to 'zine-quality, but that's not a negative criticism. Although not perfect, I'll be buying more issues.