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Retro Gamer 170 - Final Fantasy XII

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This month we have a lovely foil cover celebrating the making of Final Fantasy XII and the 30th anniversary of the series.

There's lots more too, including.

35 Years Of The C64

Ultimate Guide: The Ninja Warriors

Collecting Guide to 8-Bit Codemasters Games

Making Of Starcraft

Making Of Obsidian

Archives: Tronix Publishing

Licence To Thrill: Platoon

In The Chair: David Kelly

Minority Report: Mega Drive Modem

And loads more I can't remember, because I'm at home..

 

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They have an ipad app don't they? Do these get issued to there? And can I download previous ones? ^_^ Fancy downloading a couple to take on my hols next month (don't generally read magazines though)

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1 hour ago, Luseth said:

They have an ipad app don't they? Do these get issued to there? And can I download previous ones? ^_^ Fancy downloading a couple to take on my hols next month (don't generally read magazines though)

Yes, you can subscribe via the app and buy back issues. Alternatively you can use Readly (£7.99/month) which has RG, amongst other mags.

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10 minutes ago, Vimster said:

Yes, you can subscribe via the app and buy back issues. Alternatively you can use Readly (£7.99/month) which has RG, amongst other mags.

 

Thank you :)

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Incidentally there's a new digital deal to buy every single issue of Retro Gamer for around £48, which is pretty good value for money when you consider everything we've covered over the last 13 years.

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I regret buying a digital sub via Newsstand (as was), would have preferred a universal sub that I could read them anywhere.

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4 hours ago, dug said:

Sweet, when's it out in shops? 

 

Due in the shops on Thursday.

 

And I still have Jonathan Dunn's Platoon music running through my head after writing the feature on it...

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Is it just my issue with unreadable white on black text?

 

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I've a few pages where the text seems out of alignment with the background too, leaving a sort of "hole" where the text was, while the text bleeds into the background colour instead.

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On 7/11/2017 at 14:36, strider said:

Incidentally there's a new digital deal to buy every single issue of Retro Gamer for around £48, which is pretty good value for money when you consider everything we've covered over the last 13 years.

 

Interesting, where is the deal available? 

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24 minutes ago, Charles said:

 

Interesting, where is the deal available? 

As far as I'm aware it's only for ios at the moment.

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16 hours ago, deKay said:

I've a few pages where the text seems out of alignment with the background too, leaving a sort of "hole" where the text was, while the text bleeds into the background colour instead.

 

Sounds like the colour registration is out. Are you a subscriber? Subscribers tend to get the copies from early in the print run where things like that can happen. Maybe worth having a moan at Future on Twitter?

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4 minutes ago, robotattack said:

 

Sounds like the colour registration is out. Are you a subscriber? Subscribers tend to get the copies from early in the print run where things like that can happen. Maybe worth having a moan at Future on Twitter?

 

I'm sure they'll sort it - I think strider had passed it on anyway. To be honest, I'm not fussed - just wanted to report it as a printing fault rather than demand retribution ;)

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