It ain’t over ’til the fat Pithecanthropus Computerurus sings

More than 20 years after it was introduced in Japan, the PC Engine is still going strong–in the minds of its many fans.

Case in point: The inaugural issue of PC Engine Gamer, an online magazine that hit the Internet a few months ago.

The 18-page publication (check it out here), produced by the folks behind the fabulous PC Engine Software Bible site, features reviews of Bikkuriman World and The Kung Fu, a top 10 list, tips and tricks and more. (It even includes an ad for Telenet’s sci-fi RPG, Babel.)

Can fans of NEC’s little white wonder expect to see a second issue of PC Engine Gamer? The magazine’s editor suggested in an interview with gamesetwatch.com’s Eric Caoili that it’s a possibility–should the first issue produce an energetic following.

(Via gamesetwatch.com)

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2 responses to “It ain’t over ’til the fat Pithecanthropus Computerurus sings

  1. I just have to point out here that I meant to post this long ago. Sorry for the old news!

  2. Pingback: LTTP: PC Engine Gamer Issue 2 « i was a teenage pc engine fan

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