Electronic Gaming Monthly

Electronic Gaming Monthly

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Electronic Gaming Monthly (often abbreviated to EGM) is a monthly American video game magazine. It has been published by EGM Media, LLC. since relaunching in April of 2010. Its previous run, which ended in January 2009, was published by Ziff Davis. It focuses on video game news, coverage of industry events, and interviews with gaming figureheads, as well as editorial content and product reviews. Prior to the 2010 relaunch it exclusively covered console hardware and software, but has since expanded its coverage to the PC and mobile gaming markets.

In 1994, EGM spawned EGM<sup>2</sup>. EGM<sup>2</sup> focused on expanded cheats and tricks (i.e. with maps and guides). The spin-off publication eventually became Expert Gamer, and finally the defunct GameNOW.

Content and History

The first issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly came out in the summer of 1989, featuring NES title Mega Man 2 as its cover story. The third issue infamously featured the then-obscure male model named Fabio on the cover, representing the game Wizards & Warriors II (he also appeared on that game's box art).

For most of EGM's life, the formula was typically as follows: following the "Letter from the Editor", the magazine began with the letters section, then by "Press Start", which included newsbits, previews of upcoming games, and developer interviews. This was then followed by their features for the month (including the cover story), then the review section. The...
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