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Arcade Magazine Issue #14 (Xmas 1999)

Publication Date : 1999

Publication Contents :

Page Item
16 BAFTAs honour Lara [News Item]
Lara's creators bag top award and Zelda scoops four.
17 N64 R.I.P? [News Item]
Worrying times for N64
20 Life imitates art [News Item]
22 Must see TV? Not for gamers [Article]
Rich Pelley
Arcade wonders why television hasn't got a handle yet on contemporary gaming culture
31 Release Schedule [News Item]
December, January, February, Mach, May and June 2000 releases
45 Chimposters [Review]
Donkey Kong 64 on sale now
47 Official Top 40 [News Item]
48 Arcade's christmas list - the best of '99 [Article]
73 F-1 World Grand Prix [Review]
Jonathon Davies
74 Theme Park World [Review]
Aleks Krotoski
82 Fifa Soccer 2000 [Review]
Paul Rose
94 Super Smash Brothers [Review]
Aleks Krotoski
100 Mario Golf [Review]
116 The A-list [News Item]
Top 20 Playstation, PC, N64, Gameboy and Dreamcast games

Creator : Future Publishing

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53445. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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