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|Subject: NGC Issue 72 (October 2002) 12/10/17, 09:11 pm|| |
The full magazine is available for download here - http://kiwis.world/index.php/component/jdownloads/download/269-ngc-magazine/2813-071
Plenty of interesting material this month, highlighting the end of an era (overhaul of a Playstation title, port of a Dreamcast fighter, Spikers was a planned Dreamcast port from the arcade). The WWE game was a big deal at the time given how great No Mercy was/is, but X8 disappointed. Of all the games here, I'm going to give Aggressive Inline a bash. Anyone play it at the time? Roller-blading really died out didn't it...
Fun fact: There's a preview of Galleon, which ended up on the Xbox. Also a scary game called Asylum - any ideas what this became? Looks a bit like The Suffering.[/b][/b]
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|Subject: Re: NGC Issue 72 (October 2002) 15/10/17, 05:53 pm|| |
What a month,
I remember getting RE:Make from Blockbuster in Exeter and RE:Make still hold ups today on Cube.
I would have got WWE x8 day one and likely Capcom Vs. SNK 2: EO & Eggo Mania at some-point.
I'M SO LONELY
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|Subject: Re: NGC Issue 72 (October 2002) 15/10/17, 06:02 pm|| |
Can you smell what The Rock Cover is cooking?I have nothing else to add.
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