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Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 4:03 pm
by triverse
Just thought there might be some people over here interested in checking out a new site (well, semi new as we started it on September 9th, 2009) that I am partners on. It is called Out-of-Print Archive and is available at the link below.
We are still small and may not have a ton of magazines uploaded yet, though we have a regular release schedule planned (Fridays) which should make it easier for fans to keep up to date on what we have released.
Come on over, check OoPA out and let us know what you think. We take requests, as long as they are within the guidelines we have set in place. Below are some links to help people out:

Out-of-Print Archive main page -

OoPA Site News (where you can get a list of all releases) - ... opic=144.0
Also available here -

OoPA Request area - ... ?board=7.0

How we kicked it all off back in September - ... ecial.html

Some of the first issues we have released so far at OoPA:

Enter Magazine - ... nter1.html
Mega - ... MEGA1.html
Nintendo Magazine System - ... /NMS1.html
Super Play - ... Play1.html

And we have many more coming.

Re: Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 5:20 pm
by retromangia
Very nice site indeed! please keep up the great work, it is appreciated by many.

thanks again,


Re: Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 10:44 pm
by arion
I'll definetly find something good to read there :D thanks

Re: Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 1:38 am
by triverse
Thanks guys, we are really putting in the hours to make OoPA as good as it can be. It is always great to hear that more and more people are enjoying OoPA.

Re: Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 11:34 am
by triverse
Out-of-Print Archive's January 8th update:

Official Sega Saturn Magazine 30 - april 1998 (UK)


The new online articles are of the following:

Burning Rangers feature
Panzer Dragoon Saga review
X-Men vs Street Fighter review
interview with Silicon Dreams about World League Soccer '98.

As always, ENJOY!

Next update will be Friday January 15th

Re: Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:33 am
by triverse
It is Friday so that means another update from Out-of-Print Archive:

Official Sega Saturn Magazine 31 - may 1998 (UK)


We have some very special features in this one which we hope you will enjoy just as much as us:
The first one is an interview with Sonic Team about Burning Rangers. Then we have the first part of several Radiant Silvergun specials that you can look forward to soon.
And to finish of we have the review for Burning Rangers and a preview for Three Wonders.

interview with Sonic Team on Burning Rangers
Burning Rangers review
Radiant Silvergun special
Three Wonders preview

As always, ENJOY! ... SSM31.html

Re: Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 1:00 pm
by triverse
Out-of-Print Archive update for Friday January 22nd, 2010:

[size=14pt]Official Sega Saturn Magazine 32 - june 1998 (UK)[/size]

The latest selection of articles includes the following games:
A feature on The King of Fighters '97, as well as a feature for the arcade version of Dynamite Cop 2.
An interview with Kenji Eno from Warp on D2 for the Dreamcast, and finally, an interview with Sega's AM Annex about Sega Rally 2 for the arcade.

The King of Fighters '97 (Sega Saturn feature)
Dynamite Cop 2 (arcade feature)
interview with Sega's AM Annex about Sega Rally 2 (arcade)
interview with Kenji Eno from Warp on D2 (Dreamcast)

As always, ENJOY!

Re: Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 1:03 pm
by fastbilly1
If yall could get hirez images of some of the posters that were in the magazine/retail - I would love you for a long time.

Fantastic work on the magazines yall have up already. I scanned through one of them and it was a top notch restoration job. It was also neat to see how yall across the pond saw the years. Any word on the Amiga magazines?

Re: Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 4:06 am
by triverse
Everything that is in the mags will be scanned (including posters if we have them).

We are a small team right now, just three of us actively scanning, meppi handling the UK mags, Nreive doing some other UK mags, currently some Mega Drive stuff for an upcoming special we are working on, EVERYONE will want to pay attention to it and myself, editing Mort's scans, some of Nreives work and scanning and editing my own releases.

The Amiga mags are definitely in que, just taking some time to get through everything, though they are coming, just please be patient. :)

Thanks for the great comments, they are appreciated.

Re: Out-of-Print Archive

Posted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 11:10 am
by fastbilly1
For a site like yours or Retromags, patience is something I have in spades.

Thanks again.