Veteran Video Game Journalists Join Forces With Video Game Auction Site GameGavel to KICKSTART A New Print and Digital Video Game Magazine; RETRO.

Orange County, CA (PR) – October 7, 2013 Video game auction site has just launched a Kickstarter campaign to create a new digital and print video game magazine.  In an attempt to do something that hasn’t been done before, a who’s who of all-star gaming journalists from the past three decades have been called upon to provide content for the magazine.

The magazine, titled RETRO is a multi-format, throw-back video game magazine with the heart and soul of the great gaming magazines from the 1980’s and 1990’s.  RETRO will include a combination of retro gaming and current generation content and subscribers can expect a wide range of entertaining and informative content including developer and programmer interviews, multi-generational game reviews (and previews) for all gaming formats, hardware reviews, industry news, collecting tips and much more.  RETRO will be published bi-monthly starting January of 2014; available in December for Kickstarter backers.

All print subscriptions will also include enhanced digital subscriptions free of charge.  Contributors to RETRO currently include: Jeremy Parish, Seanbaby, Chris Kohler, Andy Eddy, Jeffrey Green, Kat Bailey, Keith Robinson, Alexandra Hall, David Siller, Martin Alessi, Pat Contri, Robert Welkner, Kevin Steele, Luke McKinney, Mike James, Scott Schreiber, Mike Kennedy, Steve Sawyer, Kevin Baird, David Giltinan and William Culver.  Other guest contributors will appear within RETRO too!

Visit the RETRO Kickstarter Campaign Page to learn more about the magazine and the All-Star cast:

For Press, Advertising or Product Promotion questions please contact RETRO Publisher and Editor, Mike Kennedy at  

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