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Hardcore Gamer Magazine
Posted on Saturday, September 22 2007 @ 19:57:03 Eastern

  In this blog, I want to inform readers of a magazine that i really like. This magazine is called (in case you didn't read the title), "Hardcore Gamer Magazine". I love this magazine alot, it has all the reviews, previews, news, and features like in other magazines, but they are more interesting and engaging in HGM. They also have other content such, as reviews for japanese games, mobile games, and downloadable games. There is also a feature called "Squawkbox" which are articles written by someone who works for up 'n' coming game publishing company, "GameCock". As well as another feature called, "R.I.P.", which are articles that talk about games that are often forgotten. Sadly though, magazine issues are hard to find at retail, and even though you can try to download issues online, the possiblity of the downloads to be effective is pretty slim. I really like HGM, it's really the only magazine that makes me want to read every article written in it, and i hope that HGM gets as much publicity as possible, which is why i wrote this blog.

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