RETRO Videogame Magazine - Issue #9 Digital Download
IN THIS ISSUE:
06 - Rise From Your Grave - A handy guide to reviving your retro games.
09 - Stealth Pinball - Secret agents who've seen action in the silver ball arena.
10 - Homebrew Heaven - What's happening in the homebrew scene?
12 - Schwag Bag - Sneaky schwag for the aspiring spy.
14 - High 5 - The five worst forced-stealth levels in gaming? Hard to choose!
16 - Global Gamer Japan - Uh oh, retro-game stores are vanishing in Japan.
17 - Global Gamer U.K. - What are gamers in the U.K. up to?
18 - From the Desk of the Commissioner - The Commish packs on respect for Pac-Man.
19 - Spies Like Us - Show some love for Snake's colleagues in the world of covert ops.
20 - Stealth Mechanics in the Real World - Do tactical stealth techniques translate to real life?
22 - The Future of Stealth - Obstacles and opportunities for future stealth games.
24 - Sneaking Around - No one likes the mandatory stealth mission, do they?
52 - From Cinema to Cinematics - Film and game history have surprising similarities.
54 - Top 100 Console Videogames (1977–1987) - An interesting choice: Antarctic Adventure.
56 - Multiplayer Madness - Super Sprint's greatness inspired many followers.
58 - Celebrity RETRO - The voice of Sam Fisher, Michael Ironside, doesn't play games.
66 - Proving Grounds - The challenging Castle Wolfenstein launched a dynasty.
68 - Kohler's Collect-a-Thon! - Dream up a complete collection for Sega's last system.
70 - Origin Stories - Metal Gear didn't invent stealth, it merely defined it.
72 - Retro Rarities - Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake is the “lost levels” of Metal Gear.
73- The Penguin Games - Nerd Block nerds out over Penta the Penguin.
74 - Experience Points - A comical look at stealth gaming.
25 - Hide and Sneak - David Craddock explores the shadowy beginnings of stealth videogames.
30 - The History of Metal Gear - Jeremy Parish takes a comprehensive tour through the history of war, one nanomachine at a time.
43 - Splinter Cell Retrospective - David Giltinan gives an inside look at the impact and influence of Splinter Cell and Sam Fisher.
57 - Rupert Friend - The star of the Hitman movie makes his passion for gaming known.
59 - Warren Spector - Blind luck played a key role in establishing one of the industry's most influential designers.
60 - Ryan Payton - Get a Kojima Production veteran's insight into the evolution of stealth gaming.
64 - Josh Gad - The star of Pixels loves everything about the '80s, especially videogames!
38 - Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
40 - Metal Gear Online
42 - Hitman
45 - Metal Gear Solid (PS)
46 - Rambo, Metal Gear (NES)
47 - Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Syphon Filter (PS)
48 - Thief: The Dark Project (PC), Tenchu: Stealth Assassins (PS)
49 - The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay, Hitman: Blood Money
50 - Mark of the Ninja, Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus (PS2)
51 - CounterSpy, Deus Ex (PC)
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