In the 1990s Sega Visions, The Magazine for Sega video game players, roared to life. Despite being a very pricey $3.50 this bi-monthly was an instant hit with me and my friends as soon as it hit our local new stand (bookstore at the mall). The magazine would run for 5 more years for a total of 25 issues, each one of them a good mix of hints, coverage and Sega fueled fun. Over the course of its run they would print these great hint cards that you cut out and could collect ad trade with friends. What I think is pretty interesting is that the hints are seemingly submitted by readers. How did they do that for the first issue?
Here is the first set of these cards. More to follow…
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