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1. Game Informer Magazine
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Asin: B0000AN45D
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Sunrise Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 491
Average Customer Review: 4.15 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The best magazine out there
Simply put, Game Informer is one of the most entertaining, most well written, most fun to read magazines out there. Heck, for me at least, Game Informer beats out magazine greats such as time for sheer entertainment value.

the magazine is written in a very easy to read format. Each month the lovable staff excercises thier ablility to write hilarious subtitles on picutures (They love fart jokes), write histarical reviews on bad games, such as, "I would rather burn in the fires of Mt. Doom then play this game" (LOTR: The Fellowship of the ring) "I cried with joy the moment Shreck was ejected from my X-Box, I then smashed it into a million pices with a hammer" (Shreck Party game for X-Box) and my personal favorite "I've seen better texturing in a pool of my own vomit! Evil has a new name and that name is Azurick. Burn foul Deamon, burn!" (Azurick: Rise of Plathenta) Every one of the staff members write very well written and entertaining reviews. Overall, Game Informer is your best choice for Video gaming.

The good:
Very well written
Reviews are generally very reliable
Fantastic sense of humor. Its great to see a magazine that dosent take itself too seriously.

The bad:
Nothing

The ugly:
The magazine only comes out once a month, hence 30 miserable days of waiting for the next issue.

Summary: Any video game fan who loves big magazines and a great sense of humor cant go wrong with Game Informer

4-0 out of 5 stars Lives up to its name
I'm a fairly big gamer. I love reading the game magazines and websites to check up on things, but I haven't felt a lot of personality of what I've read. The articles show the sad truth that the writers have no life outside of video games. So, luckily, I was walking into Gamestop one day and subscribed to Game Informer. It's the elite, the best gaming magazine there is, and even people who don't like games may find it amusing. Unlike EGM, the staff members have great, dynamic personalities, and they know there's a life outside video vegetation. You'll get a kick out of their profiles. Not only are these guys (and one girl) funny, but their reviews are incredibly helpful. After reading a couple of good reviews, I was convinced to go out and play the games they recommended, and they were right. MVP Baseball 2003, Tiger Woods 2004, and ESPN NBA Basketball are all great titles, just like they said! The articles aren't only well-written, helpful, and informative but they're overflowing with numerous pop culture references. In a review of "Pitfall Harry", they said the title character looked like Brendan Fraser impersonating Keanu Reeves. This is just icing on the cake. They also have impeccable coverage of E3 and the Retro reviews are great. But one of the best things about GI is the hilarious ideas they have for future games. Just recently, they suggested a game that mixed Quintin Tarantino goodness with "DDR". Overall, GI is an excellent magazine flowing with personality and fascinating articles. It's the "SI" of gaming magazines.

5-0 out of 5 stars The One And Only!! =-D
This is the big one. If your a serious gamer,or just play for fun,it don't matter. This is the only magazine for you. It covers every thing from the all mighty XBOX to the gameboy advance. It tells you every thing you would want to know about that one game that you think you should buy, but aren't sure,or a game you want to buy but it doesn't come out for like 3 months. With hundreds of game reviews, previews, and it comes with a game calendar that tells you which games and even movies are coming out for that month. IT ROCKS. And no I'm not some guy who works for them tryin to sell it. It really rocks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Some people who review GI are morons
I'm not saying everyone has to love game informer. )i find it to be a good source of gaming information that helps me buy good games and avoid crap ones) but u can't just make stuff up like Kevin Brennan. Game informer has one main reviewer and then a "second opinion" section where a second person gives a short review of the game and a score. that would be more than one person per review. Also, i subscribe to electronic gaming monthly and the 3 reviewers often give the same rating. ur a moron kevin. anyone interested in gaming that has a good sense of humor should definatly get this magazine. it tells u what u need to know in a humorous and informative way so the magazine stays fun and intersting.

2-0 out of 5 stars No, its not the best
I dislike Game Informer for a couple of reasons.

1. Information is almost always late. Like the Halo issue. Ummmm, yeah, I think thats been in multiple magazines and everywhere on the internet already.

2. Reviewers have no idea what they're talking about and they try and make up for it by making stupid remarks that they think are funny.

3. Only one reviewer for each game. Wow, im REALLY gonna listen to what one person says about his gaming experience. For all I know he had a broken thumb while he was playing so he sayed it was to hard to steer the car. Here's a tip, get more people so we have multiple opinions. Like Elecctronic Gaming Monthly for instance. They have three different reviewers for each game, and every person's rating is always different.

Bottom line; Bad magazine but some articles are funny and informative. ... Read more


2. Chess Life
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Asin: B00006K8K3
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Us Chess Federation
Sales Rank: 849
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best of U.S., Possibly World
This is the best U.S. publication for chess and perhaps the best in the world. I have purchased or subscribed to most chess magazines in the U.S. and have purchased many from other countries as well. This magazine is probably the best for analysis, news, photos, tournaments, etc. You also get this as part of your USCF membership with magazine, a required membership for playing in U.S. rated tournaments. If chess is your game, this is your magazine. ... Read more


3. Dell Logic Puzzles

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Asin: B00006KBDB
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Penny Press
Sales Rank: 1118
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4. Psm: 100% Independent Playstation 2 Magazine

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Asin: B00026EFR6
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Future Network Usa
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5. Casino Player

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Asin: B0000A0NL4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Casino Journal Publishing Grp
Sales Rank: 730
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best is Getting Better!!!
Casino Player is a monthly subscription magazine that tries to be all things to all casino enthusiasts, and usually succeeds. From the mathematic and probability computations for the video poker fan by guru Bob Dancer, to Jean Scott's wonderful column The Frugal Gambler, which gives first-timers and seasoned players alike excellent information on how to get comps (which are freebees---sort of---that the casinos give their customers.), this outstanding publication delivers first-rate information for travelers to Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Tunica to use to make their stays more enjoyable and profitable. Recently, Casino Player has seen fit to substantially overhaul their content, adding more first-rate columnists such as Basil Nestor (who deals with gaming's colorful and illustrious history), and adding more coverage to new areas of the country as gaming (not gambling; the correct term these days is gaming) continues to expand into new markets such as Southern California and the Upper Midwest. The results show a decided improvement in both the magazine's content and range of coverage, though not without some sacrifices along the way. Unfortunately, two of the magazine's best columns have recently been lost in the shuffle: The Aggrivated Gambler, a forum for dealing with unpleasant casino experiences and how to cut through red tape, written by the very fine writer Melissa Fine; and Mystery Tourist, a nonbylined column which explores the offerings of a different resort every month under the guise of anonymity. However, the new additions more than make up for the losses. Hopefully, now that coverage is being reapportioned, more attention can be given to such oft-neglected (Las Vegas) gems such as the Monte Carlo, Luxor, Treasure Island (or TI, as it is now called) and the Stratosphere; a lovely profile of local Coast Properties fave the Orleans just appeared in last month's issue, so perhaps steps are being taken in that direction. In any case, whether you are an experienced or neophyte gamer, you will want to subscribe to the new and improved Casino Player ASAP. With all their recent upgrades, there's no doubt that the best gaming magazine in the industry is certainly getting better!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Dave's Review
Great magazine. Shows not only the high end of gaming, but where to go and how to get your money's worth.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for basic advice
I've subscibed to both Casino Player and Slot Player magazines for a year. Much of the information is rehashed between the two magazines and the information provided in both is rather basic for subjects like players clubs, video poker strategy, and money management. Occasionally, I'll come across more advanced probability computations that are interesting, but imbalanced with the rest of the magazine's material and the overall feel is a hodge-podge of seminars strewn around various issues. Most article information you can find on the internet for free. However, I completely distrust the hotel reviews because: 1) There's usually a paid advertisement for the hotel on the same page as the review, 2) The magazines never have anything really bad to say about the hotel/casinos. I do like the industry news, hotel rennovations, and latest machine advertisements just so I know what's out there.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must for Gamblers
I've read Casino player Mag for the last three years. I travel to Vegas and Reno three to four times a year and this Mag has provided lots of helpful tips on gambling, entertainment, dining and what's new in Vegas and Reno. Though I don't go to Atlantic City or other gambling Mecca's, Casino Player DOES cover them and provides the same type of helpful info that they provide for Vegas. The stories from gamblers and interviews of Casino management add to the players knowledge of how this world works. ... Read more


6. White Dwarf
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Asin: B00006L22S
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Games Workshop Ltd
Sales Rank: 800
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Worth it?
I have been a gamer for almost 7years. In that time I have seen a number of price hikes. When I first started gaming, I subscribed to White Dwarf. It was a great source of rule updates and entertainment. Battle reports are fun to read and I always enjoyed looking at the Golden Deamon winners. They include modeling hints but they will only help if you already have some experience. There is also a lot of fluff. Back then it was $50 AND you got around $20 of free figures. Now it is $50 and you only get the magazine. The quality of the content has gone up slightly but the binding on some of my last editions fell apart after two days. The only truly useful thing in WD is the rules and its best to get those in a Chapter Approved. The magazine is wonderful and gets at least 4stars but the deal has gone downhill. I love Warhammer and WD but you really need to decide if it is worth it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Authoritative Source for Warhammer and Similar Wargames
I became familiar with the world of Warhammer 40,000 when my 9 year old son started building and playing with the models. He's subsequently subscribed to the magazine. The sheer amount of detail and supporting information available to games hobbyists through this magazine is overwhelming. It includes tips on building and painting models and scenery, battle strategy, rules clarifications, wargame related fiction, profiles of prominent wargame experts, and tons of information on game-related events. The primary focus is on Games Workshop produced games, including Warhammer, Warhammer 40000, Mordheim, and Lord of the Rings. All is presented in a very attractive, photo-rich glossy package. Obviously, much of the 'zine will be meaningless to those who aren't already serious gamers, but for those who are, it's a very attractive, readable, and enjoyable supplement to the game itself. ... Read more


7. Inquest Gamer

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Asin: B00006KIET
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Wizard Entertainment
Sales Rank: 483
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as it used to be.
I've been reading Inquest for many years now and I've always liked it but about 2 years ago they seriously cut down on the number of pages in each issue and the price of individual issues (not subsription) is way too high to justify this. Plus there is an INSANE amount of ads dwelling within the pages (okay when they alert you to something new tho).

But it's a great magazine for gamers to pick up as it's got a bit of everything in it, plus a sense of humor and after a few issues familiarity sets in and you may feel more at ease in the world of gaming if your new to the hobby.

Too bad they have a MASSIVE Magic: The Gathering bias tho. I mean the game itself is wicked bad but Inquest's devotion to it leaves many smaller games straggling behind. But, then again, Magic IS the biggest selling CCG.

Each month Inquest includes 1 or 2 cards for a CCG (usually Magic but sometimes others) and occasionally a poster. If you're serious about gaming then no doubt you already buy Inquest but if you're new then I wouldn't waste a second in getting that subsription.

5-0 out of 5 stars Inquest rocks!
Inquest, while not being the best gaming magazine out there, is a one stop look at all your gaming needs. It has almost everything. And although it's not the most accurate(i.e. Magic decks and cards are often off, the price guide isn't the best and some of the computer game strategies are extremely rudimentary), it does have a lot. It is also very funny and entertaining. So instead of having to have a subscription to several other magazines, you only need to subscribe to one. And a very amusing one at that. I give it five stars because I've been into that magazine since 1998.

4-0 out of 5 stars Overall gaming magazine
Inquest is a great magazine if you dabble in various games, like RPGS, TCGs, and Minatures. Somewhat irreverant, it does give you a general feel for the gaming industry as a whole. It also has a regular price guide for Magic cards.

However, by trying to encompass EVERy thing in the Gamer's Universe, it does not of it excellently, just some well and others pathetically. It has historically been off-the-mark when it comes to creating new Magic decks or ranking the power of various Magic cards.

Caveat Emptor. ... Read more


8. Pack O Fun

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Asin: B000071H6Y
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Clapper Communications
Sales Rank: 2590
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9. Dell Math Puzzles And Logic Problems

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Publisher: Penny Press
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10. Seek A Word

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Publisher: Kappa Publishers Group
Sales Rank: 2832
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11. Dell Easy Fast N Fun Crosswords

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Publisher: Penny Press
Sales Rank: 1143
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12. Bridge Bulletin

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Publisher: Amer Contract Bridge League
Sales Rank: 697
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13. Strictly Slots

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Publisher: Casino Journal Publishing Grp
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14. Dell Official Crossword Puzzles
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Publisher: Penny Press
Sales Rank: 385
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15. American Go Journal
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Asin: B00006K37W
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Go Association
Sales Rank: 9237
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Now yearly issue only
This magazine has changed from a quarterly journal to a yearbook with a weekly e-mail newsletter including problems and commented games.

The yearbook contains a CD of the full year's e-mail newsletter (and attachments).

This subscription is given free to members of the American Go Association, and the e-mail newsletter is free (without attachments) from the AGA as well (sign up at www.usgo.org).

4-0 out of 5 stars Free to members of the AGA
The American Go Journal, a quarterly magazine, features translated and original game commentary and analysis, special articles for beginners, and diverse columns and features on the history and lore of the game. ... ... Read more


16. Soft Dolls & Animals
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Scott Publications
Sales Rank: 2236
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Soft Doll Adventure
I just purchased my first issue of this magazine. To my delight, it contains full size patterns for several dolls, as well as very detailed, illustrated articles on how to make each individual feature of the dolls. This is a project I have wanted to tackle for some time, and thanks to this magazine, I now have the confidence to get started. My first project is not yet complete, but I can already tell this is going to be a good one. The dolls in this magazine are not toys, and they are not simple to make. If you want something for your grandbaby to chew on, this is not for you. These are very complex, soft sculptures. However, the directions are so complete, even a first timer like me can follow along, and achieve success. ... Read more


17. Blue Ribbon Word Find

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Publisher: Kappa Publishers Group
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18. Bridge World
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Publisher: Bridge World
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19. Variety Puzzles And Games
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Penny Marketing
Sales Rank: 3909
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20. Snes Gaming
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Snes Gaming
Sales Rank: 11828
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