​Old EGM Articles Are Full Of Beauty And Irony

Rumors about Nintendo launching a handheld. Genesis/Turbo Grafx debates. Charmingly illustrated level maps. Things were very different in the heyday of video game magazines. » 6/19/14 4:09pm 6/19/14 4:09pm

GamePro Magazine No Longer Monthly, Undergoing Major Changes

GamePro, the 20-plus-years-old games mag, is no longer a monthly concern. The magazine will go quarterly as of November, changing to "a visually stunning, tactile experience" with "rich, engaging editorial" and bumping up its price. More details at IndustryGamers. » 7/26/11 4:00pm 7/26/11 4:00pm

Five Years of Archiving Video Games' Retro, Silly Past In Print

Video gaming's greatest (and goofiest) moments in print will be forever preserved online, thanks to the efforts of a man and his scanner, Benj Edwards and an Epson Perfection 2480 Photo. » 2/02/11 8:00pm 2/02/11 8:00pm

One Video Game Outlet Managed To Crack The Top 20 U.S. Magazines

Print is dying to the tune of a 5.6% drop in magazine sales in the United States for the first half of 2010, but one video game mag is still going strong. » 8/09/10 8:00pm 8/09/10 8:00pm

Prepare For A Left 4 Dead 2 Advertising Onslaught

Valve is expecting Left 4 Dead 2 to be its fastest-selling in the company's history, launching a $25 million advertising campaign to make sure that happens. » 10/05/09 3:20pm 10/05/09 3:20pm

The Death Of Print: January 2009 Edition

No question that print media is dying. Only question is how long it'll hold out. In the interests of keeping tabs on things, then, let's take a look at Future Publishing's latest British circulation numbers. » 2/13/09 4:30am 2/13/09 4:30am

UK Mag Shuttered Due To Nintendo's Increasing Non-Hardcore Focus

One entity that doesn't seem too pleased with Nintendo's "blue ocean" strategy is former UK publication N•Revolution. It's closing up shop, in part because Nintendo has moved "away from the hardcore gaming community." » 12/03/08 10:00pm 12/03/08 10:00pm