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Reviving the discussion (sorry if this is a faux-pas). I guess the logical thing to do would be to create a sub-page on WP:CVG listing users and issues of certain magazines they have. Separate lists of content in those magazines can be supported elsewhere on the page (most magazines list content in backissue listings, but we will have to make a point to document every game reviewed). Then, as editors write, they can stop in to check if the topic in question is covered in a magazine and move from there by asking an editor for information. How's this? --Zeality 03:22, 27 August 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I'm a bit confused by the general layout of this, I would have instead arranged the entire page purely by user instead of trying to arrange by user and by magazine. You will get some redundancy if 2 people have the same magazines, but it means it'll be easier to find out who to contact for a specific magazine. Here's an Example:
How about magazines in other languages? I have a lot of old german magazines (ASM, PowerPlay, PlayTime), would those be relevant for the english Wikipedia too? I'm not aware of a german version of this WP, but even if there is one, it might be preferable to have a list of available magazines/articles in a central location. Darkstar 20:55, 29 August 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Now that Computer Gaming World is changing their name, the entire back catalogue of first 100 issues' worth of CGW articles has been posted for free download at FileFront, here. It's a pretty huge collection of free content, and provides both interesting historical information and an accessible source of facts for articles that touch on its subject matter. Personal computer game will be received some new citations from this source, and I hope it helps improve some other articles as well.
Unfortunately, these are extremely large PDF files - Issue 1 alone is fourteen megabytes. I'm downloading them all now, though, and would be happy to start a torrent if necessary. Daveydweeb (chat/patch) 06:26, 15 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I'm not too familiar with the American game magazine market and recently came across a print mag called Hardcore Gamer Magazine. They have all their content online as well in pdf format at . I've just downloaded a few issues, sizes range from around 25Mb up to 50Mb. Personally, I think the magazine's a bit shit, without any editorial control over the layout and art compared to say Games TM and Edge which makes for a cluttered look and messy read. But they have some interesting features, and is a free reliable source. - Hahnchen 22:10, 20 November 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I reckon this is a great idea, but it would be better if more people knew of it. How's about putting links to this project page on the wikipedia pages for all the different gaming magazines? That way if someone goes to look at them it could say something like "Do you have a copy of any issues of this magazine? The wikiproject video games magazines could use your help." etc. Might spread awareness of this. Doom jester 07:39, 15 June 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]
There are masses of scans of Amiga magazines there. Maybe we could have something on the main page about the site, because it seems to have a seriously large amount of Amiga stuff on. Doom jester 11:20, 25 June 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply] 2b1af7f3a8