At times, Mega Machines felt more like a Viz comic than a Mega Drive magazine! Mega Machines was created to replace Sega Force Mega, and it’s fairly clear that the publishers wanted to make the magazine as zany and off-the-wall as possible. One unusual quirk of the magazine is that it was printed landscape (rather than the usual portrait orientation), so you needed to turn it sideways in order to read it. Mega Machines lasted for just five issues before it was closed along with the rest of Impact’s magazines.
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