Mean Machines Sega: Essential Sega Guide by Julian Jazza
"Mean Machines" is the number one Sega magazine in the UK, dedicated to giving Sega users the best information and the latest reviews. Launched in October 1990, it reached a solid circulation of over 120,000 in less than two years, becoming the biggest magazine in the computer and console game market. By focussing on the main group of Sega video games players (that's the 10-16 year olds), the magazine has built up a band of loyal fans. This is a reference guide for all Sega users, including hardhitting reviews and ratings of all currently available Sega games on all of the different Sega machines, whether the MegaDrive, Mega-CD, Master System or Game Gear. And Sega accessories are also reviewed: both the games and the hardware are examined under the full critical glare of Mean Machines's star writing team, backed up by hard data and features on the world of Sega.