Another world exclusive for Out-of-Print Archive as they release the first issue of MegaTech, thanks to meppi, who scanned and edited the magazine. MegaTech, which was launched with editor Paul Glancey, was EMAP’s Mega Drive dedicated videogaming magazine and the company’s first publciation to use high quality production values such as super A4 glossy paper and digital screen capturing. As usual, the release comes with four online articles from the magazine, including Devil Crash, Mercs, Quackshot and The Immortal. The magazine can be downloaded in its entirety and full resolution by following the link provided at the MegaTech issue 1 page at Out-of-Print Archive.
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