to the home of probably the world's first multi-format retro-computing magazine!

Over the last few years, with the advent of modern technology in the form of the IBM-Compatible PC, enthusiasts have been returning to their roots to re-live the halcyon days of their roots - when a computer would do what they want it to do, and when they want to do it.

Retro Review aims not to regurgitate old news from the days gone by, but rather to support the user of these machines with the benefit of hindsight and modern technology. We intend to mix the past with the present to maximise the enjoyment that can be had from yesterday's technology today.

Because we want to write a magazine for enthusiasts, we would appreciate any feedback! If you have any ideas - or perhaps even wish to contribute to the magazine - please let us know!

After a big pause we are already working on Issue 6 of Retro Review, stay tuned for more news...

This page was the page for the Retro Review magazine, but as none of us have the time (plenty of inclination - just no time) we decided to link to another "RetroReview":

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