Sega Players Enjoy Club

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File:SPEC Vol 0.pdf
Sega Players Enjoy Club
Country of origin: Japan
Backed systems: Sega Mega Drive
First issue date: 1988-08-26
Last issue date: 1993-xx-xx
Number of issues: 11
Succeeded by: Sega Fax Club

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Sega Players Enjoy Club (SPEC) was a newsletter service (later full-blown magazine) offered by Sega of Japan. Eight issues were released (technically eleven thanks to the existence of a prelude edition, "SPEC 0", the "half-issue", "SPEC 7.5", and the "1993 extra" edition) exclusively in Japan. As well as detailing upcoming games SPEC features interviews of developers and even suggests ways to "modify" your Sega Mega Drive.

Magazine Staff

List of staff

Back issues

Issue PDF Name Date Price Barcode Extras
0 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 0 1988-08-26
1 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 1 1988-11-28
2 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 2 1989-02-06
3 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 3 1989-05-10
4 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 4 1989-10-20
5 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 5 Spring Special 1990-03-20
6 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 6 Summer 1990-09-10
7 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 7 Winter 1990-11-30
7.5 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 7.5 1991 Summer 1991-07-08
8 Logo-pdf.svg Vol. 8 1992 1992-xx-xx
extra SPEC 1993 cover.jpg Extra 1993 1993-xx-xx


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