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  1. ianinthefuture

    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    You overshot your target by a fair few then, hah. I'll be happy when we get to 34, ecstatic when we get to 200-odd (I can't remember what you're up to)
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    They've not really said much, for the simple reason it's still early days. When we've been running a year, so November, they'll have a better idea of how things are faring so I'm sure they'll tell us more. And when they do, I won't say anything because I'm probably not allowed to. We're unlikely to be closed down any time soon. I need to find the guy who said 'I give it six months' because it's been seven now.
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    Why yes I did sneak a Dusty Rhodes reference on here hey look issue 14 is out: https://wireframe.raspberrypi.org/issues/14
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    Your retro youtube videos

    I think it's one of those where if you didn't play it back in the day (and have no vested interest in Gran Turismo), you'll just ignore it as a me-too Mario Kart rip-off. Which is a shame, as it's great. And the 'professional' mode on it, or whatever it was called, acts as a brilliant GT prototype of sorts. Anyway, appreciate the kind words. The comments muttering comes about because, while I do still laugh at them, it's hard to keep smiling after your 400th "IT'S PRONOUNCED ESS EN EE ESS".
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    Your retro youtube videos

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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    We won't never have a big/known game on the cover (I'd argue issue 2 already did that with Phoenix Point), but it is liberating to be free to put stuff there we just think is interesting. Very different to how things were run at Certain Other Companies. But that's another rant for another day.
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    It's issue 13, and it's a new personal fave for the covers: https://wireframe.raspberrypi.org/issues/13
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    Yep, don't know the dates but that is indeed new for us.
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    I'll pass that on about emails not going out, as it's not what I've been told. Bear in mind I write the magazine, I don't work for the company handling subscriptions and associated logistics, so I'm just going on what people tell me.
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    Issue 12 and I think we're officially six months old: https://wireframe.raspberrypi.org/issues/12
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    Mails do go out telling people their subs are coming up for renewal, though these might not have arrived if you've opted out of receiving mails or if they fall prey to a spam filter etc. But I assure you they are sent out. I don't think Raspberry Pi is the sort of company that engages in anything underhanded. Also in the name of the subscription it actually says 'auto renew', not sure how much clearer it can be there. Cancellation link is there as posted above, and remember the mag is available as a free PDF if you want to glance in but can't/won't pay. No fuss on my end, we just want folks to read. http://wfmag.cc/issues
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    Issue 10 sold out, but not to fear because issue 11 is here and it's gone SYNTHPUNK: https://wireframe.raspberrypi.org/issues/11
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    Hello to issue 10, and we're into double figures: https://wireframe.raspberrypi.org/issues/10
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    Mega SG - New FPGA Console from Analogue

    Yep, got the text asking for £41. Wooooo, etc.
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    Mega SG - New FPGA Console from Analogue

    Arrived, no customs charge even with the full value (plus shipping) plastered on the front. I do not understand the mail. Prepaid via Fedex or something? No idea. Anyway, first game I tried: Japanese version of Contra Hard Corps, via Everdrive X7. Hangs on Konami logo. Hmm. Update firmware. Hangs on Konami logo. Load state I have from playing it on my actual Mega Drive, works fine. Again, no idea. Everything else is fine, and Ultracore seems good fun so far. I'm almost sad to have to be playing Sekiro right now.
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