It was indeed cool when this magazine first came out; a mature, no-nonsense magazine to compete with the juvenile Electronic Gaming Monthly. I collected quite a few, and luckily all of the ones I had are available online, so I don’t have to scan them. Even so, I don’t understand why subscription cards and other miscellaneous attachments aren’t deemed worthy to scan by my fellow gaming-magazine enthusiasts – IMHO, they are just as worthy of being preserved as the magazines, are they not? Well, even if they won’t do it, I will, so here’s the Sega postcard from Next Gen 35. Enjoy!
Three more sets of full-page subscription cards for EGM, circa 1993. Though they may “just” be subscription cards, they are still a part of video gaming history, and it’s kind of nice to see how a video game magazine from 1993 promoted itself. They are from May, June, and November. Enjoy!