PSM (September 1997)

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Source: PSM – Number 1 – September 1997

PSM was one of the earliest and most popular PlayStation specific magazines. The September 1997 issue was the first issue and includes:

Features

  • 16-Page Special: Every PlayStation Code! – We’ve searched everywhere to compile the end-all-be-all PlayStation Code Bible – 16 pages of pure cheater’s heaven! Within these pages you’ll find codes, tricks and passwords for every PlayStation game imaginable.
  • Know Your PlayStation! – Think you know all there is to know about your system? Then check out our expansive report on everything PlayStation, and prepare to be surprised!
  • Felony 11-79: The Getaway Driver’s Handbook – With our escape maps and pro advice, the cops’ll never get their hands on you!
  • Cover Story: Final Fantasy VII 10-Page Guide! – The biggest PlayStation game of the year is finally out, and we’ve got all the expert info you need to get you started on your adventure! Be warned though – our strategy is so complete, you’ll only want to peek at it when you’re really stuck. You may spoil the game for yourself!
  • Ace Combat 2: The Skills to Make You an Ace – Before you’re ready for the real thing, you gotta go to school.
  • The Top 25 PlayStation Games of All Time – The votes are in, and we’ve got your top 25 favorite games of all time! Who made number-one? See for yourself…

Monitor

  • Peripheral Reviews
  • Yaroze News
  • Gossip
  • Nihon Game Otaku!

Reviews

  • Flashback
  • Backlog

Previews

  • Blasto
  • Colony Wars
  • Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
  • Gex: Enter The Gecko
  • NFL GameDay ’98
  • Tomb Raider 2
  • Wild 9’s
  • Porsche Challenge
  • Fighting Force
  • Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero
  • Bushido Blade
  • Deathtrap Dungeon
  • G-Police
  • Madden ’98
  • Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back

Code Junkies – The latest codes for all of your addicts

Letters

  • Link-Up
  • Ask Sony
  • Top This!
  • Marketplace

Reset – A sneak-peek at what’s gonna be hot for next month

…and more!





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