I have a feeling this has come up before, but... someone remembers TOTAL! magazine don't they?
Of course, like all magazines in the early 90s, it now looks incredibly dated. It started off a bit "hey kids!", but settled down after a couple of years. Then towards the end it got a bit "whoah dude!" when it lost Future legends like Linda Barker and Frank "Bungie" O'Connor, and ended with possibly the most horrible re-design in the history of publishing. But there was a golden period between 1992 and 1994 where you actually learned about the wider spectrum of games, pre-internet. In retrospect I always wonder if I should've subscribed to SuperPlay, but it was a bit too Japan-centric in those days for me.
Also wanted to bring it up due to an NGamer reference or two: 1) Old Farmer Weaver started there, just before it closed and he jumped to Super Play. And 2) I just happened to open up the cheats page, Issue 42, June 1995 - completely by chance, to read:
SNES: THE LION KING - Go to the options screen and press B, A, R, R and Y for a level select. So says Kim Bissix from Bristol at any rate.