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NewsEdit

Capcom reveal 5 new Gamecube titles: Resident Evil 4, Viewtiful Joe, Killer 7, Dead Phoenix & P.N. 03 - 2 pages (8-9)

Microsofts Xbox division loses $177 million in quarter ending September 2002 - (10)

Sega begins long climb back to the top of the table - 1 page (10-11)

More Sega classics coming to GBA - (10)

Tricks of the Trade - a career in games is just a helping hand away - (11)

Square and Enix to merge - (12)

Kojima working on two new instalments in the Metal Gear Solid series - (12)

Final Fantasy XI becomes profitable - (13)

Codemasters porting TOCA Race Driver to Xbox - (13)

PS2 and Xbox 'exclusive' games set to jump ship - Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell & Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - (14)

Mapmaker tutorial website for TimeSplitters 2 - (14)

US to get Zelda bonus disc - (14)

Top GBA developer Crawfish Interactive goes under - (15)

Games Room 101: The 'Invisible Boundary' Dilemma - (15)

The Getaway sold early in some retailers provokes anger from Sony - (15)

Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire shifts over a million copies - (16)

Nintendo to buy Capcom? - (16)

XIII delayed - (16)

Games Amnesty: Army Men games - (16)

GameBoy Player and GameBoy Advance SP announced by Nintendo. - (18)

DC Studios bring out replica Atari 2600 VCS joystick with 10 games - (18)

Nintendo announce cashback scheme in US - (18)

Think Tank - Nalin Sharma - (38)

FeaturesEdit

InterviewsEdit

Ed Boon - Midway - Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance - 2 pages (20-21)

Edouard Lussan - Wanadoo - 2 pages (30-31)

Special FeaturesEdit

Boradband of Brothers - 4 pages (22-25)

Online capabilities of the three consoles and PC analysed

Company Profile: The Collective - 4 pages (32-35)

The Evolution of Gaming Part 2: Reinventing a Genre - 6 pages (40-45)

Let's Do Lunch - 6 pages (88-93)

A Day in the Life of a PR Manager.
Alex Verrey, Simon Callaghan, Phil Robinson & Jennie Kong interviewed

Regular FeaturesEdit

Letter from America - The Shape - 2 pages (26-27)

Kongetsu - Tomo Ohno - 2 pages (28-29)

Contact - 4 pages (174-177)

PreviewsEdit

Network Biohazard - PS2 - 2 pages (48-49)

Resident Evil Zero - Gamecube - 2 pages (50-51)

Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance - Gamecube - 2 pages (52-53)

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb - Xbox - 2 pages (54-55)

Primal - PS2 - 1 page (56)

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker - Gamecube - 4 pages (60-63)

IGI 2: Covert Strike - PC - 1 page (64)

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - Xbox - 1 page (66)

Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance - Xbox - 2 pages (68-69)

Galleon: Islands of Mystery - Xbox - 1 page (70)

SOS: The Final Escape - PS2 - 1 page (72)

Super Monkey Ball Jr. - GBA - 1 page (74)

Starsky and Hutch - PS2 - 1 page (76)

Steel Battalion - Xbox - 2 pages (78-79)

Lamborghini - Xbox - 2 pages (80-81)

Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness - PS2 - 1 page (82)

Showcase - 2 pages (84-85)

Def Jam Vendetta, Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders, Capcom vs SNK 2: EO, World Racing, Enter the Matrix, Unreal 2, Racing Evoluzione, Port Royale

ReviewsEdit

Game Title Publisher Format Pages Pg No(s) Verdict
Metroid Prime Nintendo Gamecube 4 96-99 10
The House of the Dead III Sega Xbox 2 100-101 5
The Getaway Sony PS2 2 102-103 7
Sim City 4 Electronic Arts PC 2 104-105 8
Dead to Rights Namco Xbox 2 106-107 6
Metroid Fusion Nintendo GBA 2 108-109 8
Mario Party 4 Nintendo Gamecube 1 110 6
Bubble Bobble: Old & New Empire GBA 1 111 7
Shinobi Sega PS2 2 112-113 6
Phantasy Star Online: Episode I & II Sega Gamecube 2 114-115 5
The Sims Electronic Arts PS2 2 116-117 5
Auto Modellista Capcom PS2 1 118 5
Battle Engine Aquila Infogrames Xbox 1 119 5
Ikaruga Infogrames Gamecube 2 120-121 8
Ape Escape 2 Sony PS2 1 122 7
ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth Sega Xbox 1 123 5
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Nintendo GBA 2 124-125 8
Sly Raccoon Sony PS2 1 126 6
Star Wars: Bounty Hunter Activision PS2 1 127 3

RetroEdit

This month in 1986 - 2 pages (132-133)

Games that Time Forgot: Where Time Stood Still - Spectrum - 90% - ½ page (134)

Look Back in Anger: Pole Position - ½ page (134)

Godfathers of Gaming: Gunpei Yokoi - (135)

Great Game Bosses: Strider - (135)

Star Games: Bad Dudes vs Dragon Ninja - (135)

Jobs in Videogames - 2 pages (136-137)

Playing games can be tough sometimes. But a number of titles have taught us that there are worse jobs out there.

Great Retro Gaming Moment: Rick Dangerous - Amiga/Atari ST - (138)

Why don't they Remake: Stunt Car Racer - 1 page (140)

What Were They Thinking? - (141)

Classic Machine: Mega Drive - 4 pages (142-145)

Family Tree: One-on-One Beat 'em Ups - 2 pages (146-147)

Developer History: The Oliver Twins - 2 pages (148-149)

Classic Magazines: Maximum - (150)

Don't Go Changing: Decap Attack - (150)

Videogame Myths: Attack of the Mutant Zombie Flesh Eating Chickens from Mars - (150)

Greatest Retro Game Ever: Speedball II: Brutal Deluxe - 1 page (151)

Game Over: The Greatest Game Endings - 4 pages (152-155)

Super Mario World, The Revenge of Shinobi, The Simpsons, Kung-Fu Master, Ghostbusters, Ghouls 'n Ghosts, The New Zealand Story, Final Fight, Impossible Mission, Bubble Bobble, Contra III: The Alien Wars, Samantha Fox Strip Poker

Buying classic consoles - 2 pages (156-157)

Sega Saturn, Virtual Boy and BBC Micro

Other CreditsEdit

Managing Editor

Nick Roberts

Group Art Editor

Nick Trent

Senior Art Editor

Lisa Johnson

Assistant Designer

Ian Holland

Deputy Editor

Martin Mathers

Sub Editor

Charlotte Martyn

Games Editor

Keith Edwards

Retro Editor

Simon Cann

Senior Staff Writer

Luke Albiges

Contributors

The Shape, Lloyd Mangram, Tomo Ohno, Nalin Sharma

External LinksEdit

You can purchase a DVD containing Issues 1-50 at the Imagine Shop

Issue IndexEdit

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