Issue 1 Print – From Gamers Magazine

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A print copy of Issue 1 of From Gamers Magazine. Limited copies remaining!

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Description

This is where it all begins, the inaugural issue of From Gamers Magazine. Not only is this the first issue, but it also features nearly 60 pages of original content. Inside this issue, you’ll find:

  • A look at how Deathloop is inspired by previous Arkane titles
  • The history of the mainline Far Cry games
  • Reviews
  • Previews
  • Developer Spotlights
  • Much more

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Additional information

Weight 0.28 kg
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 6 cm
Color

Blue

4 reviews for Issue 1 Print – From Gamers Magazine

  1. Mark

    A great first issue with a lot of variety in its content. The format is stylish and appealing, and it’s clear a lot of heart has gone into its pages. You can often tell it’s comprised of a list of more amateur writers, but the opportunity to give the average gamer an outlet to speak is a promising idea that has a lot of merit in an otherwise oversaturated field.

  2. C. Anthony Rivera

    From Gamers brings back that old-school aesthetic of owning a physical magazine directed toward video gaming and its culture. Andrew Smith and his team have enacted a superb first issue. There are some grammar issues, but it is the first issue, and it was a joy to read. For the inception of this publication, it is a solid start, and I cannot wait for the next issue.

  3. Round2Gaming

    Thoroughly enjoyed Issue #1 of From Gamers Magazine. The content and flow was a little frenetic in comparison with more mainstream magazines; but the cohesive element that binds it together is the clear passion that all of the contributors showcased. Each article felt ‘from the heart’ and offered a relatable perspective that us industry outsiders could resonate with. Looking forward to more!

  4. Eli

    I really enjoyed this issue a lot. I especially liked the feature length articles, and I really hope to see more of that in the future.

    I also loved the general layout of it. It was a great first issue.

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