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  1. Gaming

    Internet Archive Has a Bunch of Dragon Magazine Scans, But Maybe Not for Long

    This is terrific news for Dungeons & Dragons geeks, but I'm also wondering if it's going to last. Copyright can be a dastardly thing, after all. To be filed under Too Good To Be True, the Internet Archive has posted up FREE scans of a massive number of Dragon magazine print issues and then some.

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  2. Gaming

    Nintendo Force Magazine Launching Despite Failure of Nintendo Power

    This month saw the end of Nintendo Power, a print magazine that covered the gaming company's news and goings-on since 1988. Frankly, I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did, but the death of Nintendo Power isn't going to stop Lucas M. Thomas. He and his team are launching Nintendo Force Magazine in January 2013 to pick up where Nintendo Power left off, and to hopefully not end up with the same fate.

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  3. Gaming

    GamePro Magazine and Website Shutting Down

    Sad day for gaming and print publishing in general, as parent company IDG decided to shut down venerable gaming rag GamePro and its corresponding website. Though an issue of GamePro was many gamer's first gaming publication -- including mine, specifically the January 1995 issue shown to the left -- IDG cites not pulling in enough ad revenue as the reason for shuttering the magazine and website. The November issue of GamePro will be its last, and starting December 5, GamePro.com will point to PCWorld.com.

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