Now at the kiosk: Retro Gamer 1/2023 (+ excerpt) – News

Now at the kiosk: Retro Gamer 1/2023 (+ excerpt) - News

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In the past, the phrase “handle in hand” did not bode well. Luckily, today you have control over which issue you pick and you will see: It’s worth picking up Retro Gamer 1/2023.

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Are you feeling retro hungry? A hunger that can only be satisfied by fine texts that are dedicated to old games from today’s perspective or rummage through the interesting stories and creative minds behind classics and hardware from yesteryear? Then you can be helped, because there is new reading material in the form of the Retro Gamers 1/2023 – whether as a booklet (including a nice ink-on-paper scent) or as an e-paper. Subscribers should already have found their copy in their mailbox, everyone else can now access the well-stocked kiosk they trust.

The highlights of Retro Gamer 1/2023

As a precaution, we apologize if the following information triggers a little shock when compared with your own age, but it’s the truth: The Commodore 64 will be 40 years old. In the USA it was already in August 1982, in Germany it took until January 1983 for the market launch – that fits in nicely with the number of this issue! 14 pages are dedicated to the title topic, which, among other things, deals with the years 1982 to 1990 in more detail – including the top titles of the respective year. We celebrate that too Street Fighter-Anniversary: ​​Martial arts luminary Ryu can now light 35 candles on his birthday cake with a Hadouken.

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And that was just the tip of the iceberg of exciting reports. Enjoy the story, how Bioshock from the legacy of system shock came about and how much it changed from the first drafts to the finished game. Turning a ball into was your goal Kickoff 2, whose further development compared to its predecessor is traced in a making of. It’s also sporty, if Harald Frankel for Retro gamers a new record in decathlon strives for And of course there are other retro revivals and classic checks from veterans like Anatoly Locker, Michael Stallion and Roland Austinat.

The reading sample for everyone (11 pages)
Would you like to leaf through the new issue without obligation? You’re welcome to do that here. Just click on the link to the reading sample for everyone below and you can comfortably browse through this content:

  • title
  • Editorial
  • Table of Contents
  • Red Dead Redemption (Classic check by Winnie Forster)
  • Donkey Kong country
  • Preview of Retro Gamer 2/2023

Excerpt for premium users (25 pages)

  • title
  • Editorial
  • Table of Contents
  • Red Dead Redemption (Classic check by Winnie Forster)
  • Bruce Lee (Retro revival by Stephan Freundorfer)
  • Donkey Kong country (making of)
  • Kickoff 2
  • The Salves Curve (The company archives)
  • Preview of Retro Gamer 2/2023

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