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gjones
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PostSubject: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptyThu 5 Nov 2015 - 17:41

Some of you may be aware of the magazine archiving websites, but recently stumbled across all 61 NGC magazines here.

Enjoy!
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptySun 8 Nov 2015 - 9:55

Ah, sweet. I don't have time to look now, but I have a large gap of knowledge during the golden era of the N64/NGC era, and will return. Cheers Mr. Jones
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ZeroJones
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptySun 8 Nov 2015 - 12:28

@Jimbob wrote:
Cheers Mr. Jones

You're... welcome?

...

Duh!

Wink

On a more serious note

DIGRESSION ALERT: Like top C - now there's a serious note! Thank you, thank you, I'll be here all week. Tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged.

it's a great find. Thumbs Up!
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptySun 8 Nov 2015 - 12:35

NGC was where I got my Nintendo info from and not NGamer or ONM like most would of.
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptySun 8 Nov 2015 - 12:36

@Zero: Wow. That was the most Zero post I've ever read!

@mas: NGamer is NGC you numpty.

I didn't start buying the unofficial mags every month until NGamer, so it'll be fun to flick through some of these.
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptySun 8 Nov 2015 - 12:42

So what N64 mag became NGC then became NGamer, Drunka alos what about the GameBoy mags where they anything to do with them as I has a few of those because I had a GameBoy but mainly got OPM then GamesMaster as when I started going multi-format they covered everything

Also that means I've been part of the NGamer ecosystem back since November 2001 one then.
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptySun 8 Nov 2015 - 18:34

@Drunka: I know! Lots of things crossed off my GNamer Bingo Card, there. Grin

@mas: And Super Play became N64 magazine, too. That line of mags had been going for years when Future closed it. I clocked out midway through the N64 days and picked it back up from issue 8 (?) of NGamer.
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptySun 8 Nov 2015 - 19:39

@masofdas wrote:
So what N64 mag became NGC then became NGamer

Yep! I picked up NOM, then ONM since I was 13 but I only sporadically grabbed NGC until it became NGamer. No idea about the Game Boy mags, to be honest.
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptyWed 11 Nov 2015 - 12:09

@ZeroJones wrote:
@Drunka: I know! Lots of things crossed off my GNamer Bingo Card, there. Grin

@mas: And Super Play became N64 magazine, too. That line of mags had been going for years when Future closed it. I clocked out midway through the N64 days and picked it back up from issue 8 (?) of NGamer.

I temporarily took your place Zero, as I joined at N64 issue 32 all the way to the end of NGC (where I defected to 360). Came back when they re-launched as Nintendo Gamer in 2012.
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptyWed 11 Nov 2015 - 21:16

@gjones wrote:
@ZeroJones wrote:
@Drunka: I know! Lots of things crossed off my GNamer Bingo Card, there. Grin

@mas: And Super Play became N64 magazine, too. That line of mags had been going for years when Future closed it. I clocked out midway through the N64 days and picked it back up from issue 8 (?) of NGamer.

I temporarily took your place Zero, as I joined at N64 issue 32 all the way to the end of NGC (where I defected to 360). Came back when they re-launched as Nintendo Gamer in 2012.

One real Jones, one fake one... the plot thickens! :raisedeyebrowofdoom:
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PostSubject: Re: NGC archive   NGC archive EmptySun 22 Nov 2015 - 9:50

Wow, I didn't realise mag archives were a thing. I've got some reading to do during my breaks now!
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