Back in Time: September 1991

“‘Back in Time’ is a monthly feature where we look back at the classic video gaming magazines twenty years ago this month. This month it’s September 1991 and the Super Famicom was beginning to make head roads on the gaming scene with titles such as U.N. Squadron, while two classics, Streets of Rage and Road Rash, hit the Mega Drive and God sims were big [... read more ...]

Raze issue 4 Archived

Another official digital release of Raze has been archived over at Out-of-Print Archive, courtesy of Roger Kean (the former co-founder of Newsfield Publications who granted us permission to host his back catalogue of magazines), Mort (who scanned the magazine) and triverse (who edited this release). Raze issue 4 was originally released in February 1991 when the Amiga, Atari ST and PC reigned supreme across the [... read more ...]

Raze issue 3 official digital release

Another official release of Raze magazine at Out-of-Print Archive, fully authorised by Roger Kean, owner and publisher of Newsfield Publications. This issue, number three from January 1991, covered the rapidly emerging videogaming consoles (Mega Drive, PC Engine, NES) and 16-bit computers (Amiga, Atari ST and PC) with reviews, features and more. To accompany this release, there are four online articles taken from the magazine itself: [... read more ...]

Official release of Raze issue 2 at Out-of-Print Archive

Yes, courtesy of Newsfield Publications, the official release of Raze issue 2 has been released at Out-of-Print Archive. The issue was scanned by Mort and edited for the Out-of-Print Archives by triverse. For this release you will find the following accompanying online articles: Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge, Wings of Fury and Robocop 2 reviews on the Amiga and the classic Populous on the Mega Drive. [... read more ...]

Raze issue 1

Out-of-Print Archive has announced another exclusive “official” magazine scan release this week.  This release of Raze issue 1 from October 1990 was scanned by none other than Mort and edited by the OoPA team with full permission from the publisher. Raze was a short lived multi-format title from Newsfield Publications (publishers of Zzap!64 and Crash) and covered the 16-bit computers and emerging gaming consoles.  The [... read more ...]