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2010/01/27

February 2010 Issue of SA’s NAG Magazine out Tomorrow

The latest issue of NAG magazine, the February 2010 edition, is out tomorrow. So, for those of you who waited until the 7th of January to pick up the last issue, you only had three weeks to wait instead of four.

It looks like things are back to normal now that Christmas and New Year’s is officially over. Hooray.
Remember when NAG used to say: if you get the magazine on Friday, it’s a sure thing; if you get it on Thursday, then it’s common; if you get it on Wednesday, it’s uncommon; if you get it on Tuesday, it’s rare. And finally, if you get it on Monday, you’re a damned liar!

Actually it was supposed to be that it’s impossible, but anyway.

Nowadays, we’ve all figured out that it’s the last Thursday of every month, so I don’t waste time looking for it any earlier than that. So, in this case, the NAG should be in your local newsagent on the 28th (tomorrow).
They’re calling this one the “Sand Issue”, because it has features on Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Spec Ops: The Line, and Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands. Reviews are on the Fiona Coyne lookalike, Bayonetta, Saboteur, Avatar, and the dismal Rogue Warrior.

I had a look at the forums where they’re discussing the issue, and one guy hit the nail on the head. He said that NAG has too many trailers and such on the cover DVD, and the moderator over there said:
“Seriously though, check out the mag, there's a very important spread in there that will change this type of complaint for a long time. Read it carefully.”
Oops. I remember no too long ago, I kind of had the same complaint, but that was only because we all wanted the Dark Mod on one of the next DVDs. I get to watch most of the cooler trailers on The Verge, because I have DSTV.
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NAG February 2010 issue
[NAG Magazine] February 2010 Issue [Forums]
Contents Page of February Issue [PDF]
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