TOTAL! 09/95TOTAL! - Germany - 3 PagesA report about the Ultra64 and the Virtual Boy featuring beta screens, a releaselist, an illustration, proto-pics and lots of facts and dates. A racing-game called "Virtual Formula" which is said to feature "extremely flowing 3d-effects" is mentioned! TOTAL! 10/96TOTAL! - Germany - 4 PagesThe biggest VB-related article in the german Total!. Nintendo's mistakes are pointed out and it has screenshots of most games. TOTAL! 08/97TOTAL! - Germany - 1 PageCheats for Jack Bros, Mario's Tennis, Virtual League Baseball and Panic Bomber. Videogames 07/95Videogames - Germany - 3 PagesShortly before the US launch general information about the Virtual Boy is given. With proto screens and a pic of the E3 Red Alarm prototype! TOTAL! 07/95TOTAL! - Great Britain - 2 PagesNews from E3 '95 with info and logos of the launch games. TOTAL! 05/96TOTAL! - Great Britain - 4 PagesDescriptions of the released and unreleased US games. Nintendo Power 73 (06/95)Nintendo Power - USA - 6 PagesA review about the launch of the Virtual Boy. it has interesting VB Mario Land pics and all (at that time) known details. Nintendo Power 74 (07/95)Nintendo Power - USA - 4 PagesIn this issue the Virtual Boy is mentioned two times, in the E3 report and then there is a first look at Virtual League Baseball with two proto screens. Nintendo Power 75 (08/95)Nintendo Power - USA - 27 PagesVery extensive Virtual Boy article. On 20+ pages you can learn everything about hard- and software. This issue also has Virtual Boy trading cards on the back. Nintendo Power 76 (09/95)Nintendo Power - USA - 18 PagesRed Alarm and Golf reviews and a first look at Virtual League Baseball. Nintendo Power 78 (11/95)Nintendo Power - USA - 16 PagesWaterworld and Virtual League Baseball reviews, Nester's Funky Bowling and VB Wario Land previews and even some words about Goldeneye. Nintendo Power 80 (01/96)Nintendo Power - USA - 7 PagesShoshinkai report, Virtual League Baseball cheats, a Jack Bros review, the best 5 Virtual Boy games of 1995 plus a Virtual Fishing (us) preview! Nintendo Power 82 (03/96)Nintendo Power - USA - 13 Pages3D Tetris review, Red Alarm cheats plus an overview of all released games. GamePro 10/95GamePro - USA - 2 PagesReviews of Mario's Tennis and Galactic Pinball, as well as previews of Waterworld and Virtual League Baseball. GamePro 03/96GamePro - USA - 1 PageShort reviews of VB Wario Land, Mario Clash, Virtual League Baseball and Panic Bomber. GamePro 08/95GamePro - USA - 1 PageShort report about the VB on E3 1995. N64 Magazine 21 (11/98)N64 Magazine - Great Britain - 1 PageReviews of some games, but the really interesting thing is the few lines about the Hong Kong Cartridge. MAN!AC 07/95MAN!AC - Germany - 1 PageShort article about the E3 '95, with a release list, which lists a Coconuts game called "War Simulation"... Nintendo Fun Vision 07/95Nintendo Fun Vision - Germany - 1 PageIn their E3 1995 report, the Fun Vision gives some info about the VB. Big.N 07-08/00Big.N - Germany - 6 PagesVirtual Boy's history. The only VB-related article ever in the Big.N magazine. Nintendo Magazine 09/95Nintendo Magazine - Australia - 2 PagesOn 2 pages filled with screenshots most of the coming VB-games are presented. Famitsu VB Tsushin (バーチャルボーイ通信)Famitsu - Japan - 100 PagesEven before the Virtual Boy was launched in Japan, the most famous japanese gaming magazine Weekly Famitsu (formerly Famitsu Tsushin), brought out this one and only issue of Virtual Boy Tsushin, a 100 pages VB magazine with reports about upcoming games and technical issues, interviews and much more. Tips & Tricks 02/03Tips & Tricks - USA - 1 PageA listing of all Virtual Boy releases with their rarity. VB Guide 2 (バーチャルボーイ追悼記念ガイドブック （改訂版）)VB Guide - Japan - 28 PagesA 28 page black/white VB guide also known as "VB Fanzine". It was developed and published privately and released on 01/24/1998. 3D Virtual Boy Magazine (3D バーチャルボーイ MAGAZINE)3D Virtual Boy Magazine - Japan - 36 PagesIntroduction of VB software, interviews and 3D "cross-eye" images of VB games. It also has a stereogram on the cover. When you hold it very close to your eyes and stare right through it for a while, and then slowly take it away from your eyes, something like a large 3D-"V" becomes visible.
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