Amiga Active Reviews
Newest Review: ... 11,146 world wide, Amiga Format ceased publication which left the way clear for Amiga Active. By a strange coincidence, when ... more
Customer Amiga Active Reviews (3)
by - written on 29/10/00, updated on 17/02/03
=====+++++ UPDATE +++++===== From time to time just to keep my hand in I have a look at the Amiga Active website at www.amigactive.com and to my dismay discovered that the magazine is no more. The last issue (26) went out for November 2001. A new magazine entitled Digital (issue 1 on the 27th November 2001) takes its place but it is no longer Amiga specific and costs £3.50. =====+++++ END OF UPDATE +++++===== With the near death of the Amiga computer the many magazines dedicated to that machine fell by the wayside one by one until only Amiga Format was left to keep the Amiga community informed. The Amiga community had been declining and so had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/00, updated on 22/08/00 (Useful, 24 readings)
Theres one thing you have got to admire about Amiga owners, there sheer determination not to buy a PC or Mac!. Up until 18 months ago I too was a die hard Amiga user and a secretary/treasurer of SEAL, South Essex Amiga Link but I gave moved to the PC for one simple reason, I just couldn't afford to run an Amiga any more!. I don't know about the rest of the Amiga community but the 20 or so people in the club just couldn't see that they were throwing good money after bad. There was one guy who spent £650 on PPC card but after installing it I went around and had a look at it wasn't as fast as my PC (which was only a Cyrix 300). The whole PC package which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/00, updated on 19/08/00 (Very useful, 9 readings)
AmigaActive is the UK’s only remaining mainstream Amiga Magazine. Published by a new Publishing company (PinPrint) Being the only Published Amiga magazine in the UK it has a 100% market share. So what is it like then ? Well coming from a new company I didn’t know what to expect when I first got hold of a copy. It really is a god read a nice blend of humour and serious. The magazine is full of useful information about all of the Amiga world and more besides. I found out about Planetarion from the magazine. It has also helped me decide on new hardware and software. So If you have an Amiga get hold of AmiActive as well as being full of ... Read the complete review
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