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Issue 1 was cover-dated September 1992 and cost £1.95

NewsEdit

Greendog: The Beached Surfer Dude!, Wonder Dog - (6)
Thunder Force IV, James Bond 007: The Duel, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Chester Cheetah: Too Cool to Fool, Gods - (7)
Mega-Lo-Mania, MC Kids - (8)
World Class Leader Board, King Salmon: The Big Catch, Chakan, The Flintstones - (9)

FeaturesEdit

Oop Yer Way - 2 pages (48-49)

Nottingham is asked what would they would like to see in Sonic 2

Star Play - 3 pages (70-72)

Duncan Goodhew and John Regis play Olympic Gold

Hardware feature: Appendages - 3 pages (76-78)

Mega File: Shoot ‘em Ups Round-Up - 2 pages (80-81)

PreviewsEdit

Sonic the Hedgehog II - 4 pages (10-13)

Speedball II - John Davison - 4 pages (14-17)

Xenon 2 Megablast - Julian Boardman - 4 pages (22-25)

Twisted Flipper - John Davison - 2 pages (26-27)

LHX Attack Chopper - Julian Boardman - 2 pages (32-33)

The Aquatic Games - John Davison - 3 pages (34-36)

Bulls vs Lakers & NHLPA '92 - Jason Simmons - 2 pages (38-39)

ReviewsEdit

Main Title/Alternate Title(s) Publisher Format Reviewer Pages Pg No(s) Ove (%)
Splatterhouse 2 Sega Mega Drive John Davison 4 18-21
72
Cadash Taito Mega Drive Jason Simmons 4 28-31
78
Dragon’s Fury Domark/Tengen Mega Drive Julian Boardman 2 40-41
87
The Flaming Dodgeball Kid Sega Mega Drive John Davison 3 42-44
82
Corporation Virgin Mega Drive Julian Boardman 3 45-47
75

Other Details

Main Title/Alternate Title(s) Graphics Sound Playability Durability
Splatterhouse 2
6
6
7
7
Cadash
6
5
8
8
Dragon’s Fury
8
8
9
8
The Flaming Dodgeball Kid
8
6
8
8
Corporation
9
8
7
6

CommentsEdit

Splatterhouse 2

“It has its idiosyncrasies I’ll admit, and in places it is shoddy in the presentation department but it does play very well.”

Cadash

“Should keep all adventurers enthralled for many months to come.”

Dragon’s Fury

“Very addictive with new ways of scoring being constantly found and other new kinks of permutations to the game appearing.”

The Flaming Dodgeball Kid

“It’s great as both a one and two player game and has enough depth of gameplay to keep you interested for longer than the first few games.”

Corporation

“Although beautifully implemented, it is fundamentally boring.”

Players’ guidesEdit

Zero Wing - Playing Tactics - 1 page (51)

Wonder Boy in Monster World - Complete Solution - 8 pages (52-59)

Kid Chameleon - Guide: Part One - 5 pages (60-64)

Toki - Guide: Final Stages - 4 pages (66-69)

Other CreditsEdit

Deputy Editor

Julian Boardman

Production Editor

Pam Norman

Staff Writers

David Goodyear, John Davison, Jason Simmons

Art Editor

Jane Gollner, Jonathan Ross

Publisher

Hugh Gollner

External linksEdit

  • This issue has been digitally scanned in full and is available at Out-of-Print Archive as an official release.

Issues indexEdit

Mega Drive Advanced Gaming Index
Date Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1992                 MAG issue 1
1
MAG issue 2
2
Mega Drive Advanced Gaming Issue 3
3
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4
1993 Cover missing
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1994 Cover missing
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Mega Drive Advanced Gaming Issue 24
24
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Mega Drive Advanced Gaming Issue 26
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Mega Drive Advanced Gaming Issue 27
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Mega Drive Advanced Gaming Issue 28
28
1995 Mega Drive Advanced Gaming Issue 29
29
Mega Drive Advanced Gaming Issue 30
30
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31
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