Here you’ll find our collection of Magazine scans that you can check out. Most of these are donated by site visitors. If you have magazine scans you would like to donate, then please contact us.
If you are a content owner, can prove it, and want something removed, then feel free to contact us. I provide these out of print magazines for people to enjoy freely with no intentions of profiting from them.
Mega Play (NA)
Mega Play was a Sega-focused magazine from Sendai, the publishers of Electronic Gaming Monthly. It ran from the tail end of 1990 until the Summer of 1995, for a total of 28 issues.
The Official Sega Saturn Magazine (UK)
SSM, as it’s typically referred to, is a European magazine. SSM was originally Sega Magazine that started in 1994 and then re-branded with the Saturn’s launch. It continued to be published until November 1998, a few months after support for the Saturn was ended in Europe. In the last issues, it covered imports and news about the upcoming Dreamcast.
Sega Challenge / Team Sega Newsletter (NA)
Sega Challenge, later renamed Team Sega Newsletter, was a magazine produced by Sega of America from 1987 to 1989. It preceeded SoA’s Sega Visions publication and covered the Sega Master System. Free subscription forms for the magazine were included in some Master System games and were the only way to get copies of the magazine.
Sega Force Mega (UK)
Sega Force Mega is a sister publication of Sega Force and Sega Master Force. It’s primary focus was the Sega Mega Drive. It was published by Impact Press and ran for only 7 issues, with the last issue being a “best of” mostly containing previously published material.
Sega Master Force (UK)
Sega Master Force was a sister magazine to Sega Force, published by Impact Press. It was targeted to a slightly younger audience than Sega Force. It ran for only 6 issues.
Sega Visions (NA)
Sega Visions was a publication of Sega of America that supported the Genesis, Master System, Game Gear, Sega CD, Sega 32X, and Sega Saturn. It ran from 1990 to 1995 and was no longer a free product like the Team Sega Newsletter.
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Note: Following the site’s hosting issues in 2012, I lost the original index of these articles. The index contained contributor information. If you want credited for something you donated or scanned, please contact me.