RETRO Replay: Vol. 1 (SPECIAL 200-PAGE COLLECTOR EDITION) – RETRO Videogame Magazine


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To celebrate our first two years publishing RETRO Videogame Magazine our team has created a RETRO Replay Vol. 1.  RETRO Replay is a 200-page collection of our best material from our first ten issues.  And, if you missed out on either year one or year two, RETRO Replay: Vol. 1 will be a great catch-up giving you our best material from both years.

For the past 24 months, RETRO Videogame Magazine has served up a treasure trove of historical retrospectives of gaming's most iconic franchises, in-depth interviews with industry pioneers, and detailed reviews of classic games. Now, the editorial team of RETRO is celebrating the magazine's two-year anniversary with RETRO Replay: Vol. 1, a compilation of our best feature articles and artwork from the past two years.

RETRO Replay: Vol. 1 collects 200 pages' worth of retrospectives, interviews, and other historical pieces such as:

  • Deep-dives into the making of games from throughout 30+ years of gaming goodness such as Donkey Kong Country, Maniac Mansion, Chrono Trigger, and SSI's Gold Box Dungeon & Dragons games, and Batman: Arkham Asylum.
  • Interviews with gaming legends like Richard Garriott, Brian Fargo, Don Daglow, David Crane, Garry Kitchen, Keith Robinson, Ed Boon, Feargus Urquhart, Ed Fries, and Cliff Bleszinski.
  • Columns delving into sleeper hits and blockbusters alike, written by some of the most venerable names in the videogames press including Andy Eddy, Matt Barton, Jeremy Parish, Chris Kohler, Kat Bailey, Sean "Seanbaby" Reiley, Marty Goldberg and more.


  • A new thick stock wrap-around cover illustration by our Senior Illustrator, Thor Thorvaldson who has created a variety of complementing story illustrations throughout the first two years of RETRO Videogame Magazine.
The best games are experiences you can revisit again and again. RETRO Replay: Vol. 1 seeks to shed light on the who, what, why, when, and how of the timeless classics discussed across its pages, and help you preserve your memories of your favorite games—and maybe introduce you to a few gems you've never heard of.

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