Dengeki Mega Drive

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Dengeki Mega Drive
Publisher: MediaWorks
Country of origin: Japan
Backed systems: Sega Mega Drive
First issue date: 1993-01-XX
Number of issues: 6
Frequency: Bimonthly
Succeeded by: Dengeki Sega EX

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Dengeki Mega Drive (電撃メガドライブ) was a Japanese video game magazine released as part of MediaWorks' Dengeki series of publications. As the name suggests, this publication focused on the Sega Mega Drive, complementing similar magazines which covered other systems. This magazine was discontinued in one year. After the two and a half years, successor Dengeki Sega EX was issued.

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File Date Source Title and comments
DengekiMD JP 01.pdf Logo-pdf.svg 1993-01-XX Dengeki Mega Drive (JP), "February 1993" Price:590
Shock Mega Drive 02 cover.JPG 1993-03-08 Dengeki Mega Drive (JP), "April 1993" Price:
DengekiMD JP 03.pdf Logo-pdf.svg 1993-05-XX Dengeki Mega Drive (JP), "June 1993" Price:650
DengekiMD JP 04.pdf Logo-pdf.svg 1993-07-08 Dengeki Mega Drive (JP), "August 1993" Price:650
Shock Mega Drive 05 cover.JPG 1993-09-08 Dengeki Mega Drive (JP), "October 1993" Price:
Shock Mega Drive 06 cover.jpg 1993-11-XX Dengeki Mega Drive (JP), "December 1993" Price:

Note: PDF needed: No 02/05/06 --Akiyama Akane (talk) 16:19, 20 August 2018 (CDT)


Sega-related magazines published in Japan
Soft Bank Beep! MegaDrive (1989-1994) | Sega Saturn Magazine (1994-1998) | Sega Magazine (1996-1997) | Dreamcast Magazine (1998-2001) | Dorimaga (2001-2006)
Tokuma Shoten Mega Drive Fan (1989-1994) | Saturn Fan (1994-1998) | Dreamcast Fan (1998-2000)
Kadokawa Shoten Marukatsu Mega Drive (1992-1994)
MediaWorks Dengeki Mega Drive (1993) | Dengeki Sega EX (1996-1997) | Dengeki Sega Saturn (1997-1998) | Dengeki Dreamcast (1998-2000)
ASCII Tech Saturn (1995-1997)
Takarajima Saturn Super (1995-1997)
Mainichi Communications Great Saturn Z (1996-1998) | Dreamcast Press (1998-2000)
Enterbrain Famitsu Saturn (1996-1997) | Famitsu DC (1999-2001)
Sony Magazines Hyper Saturn (1996-1997) | Saturn V (1997)