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Magazine Genre Research

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Magazine Genre Research

  1. 1. GAMING MAGAZINE
  2. 2. Game Magazine covers
  3. 3. 3 Favorite Game Magazines Nintendo Power Game Informer PC Gamer
  4. 4. NINTENDO POWER • Demographic: young, white males ranging from 10 – 19 interested in more relaxed gameplay • Total readership of 475,000 copies • Stories covered: game reviews, gaming related announcements, statistics of sales and ratings, features on popular games
  5. 5. Masthead Main Coverline Tagline tagline Top Cover Central Image
  6. 6. NINTENDO POWER MASTHEAD • Masthead is large and the dominant phrase on the cover. Its typically an eye-catching color, as well, such as red, white, or yellow. The font is memorable and easy to distinguish with the horizontal lines.
  7. 7. GAME INFORMER • Demographic: 13 – 21 year old white, males interested in games • Circulation: 1,218,634 copies, with over 2 million paying subscribers. • Stories Covered: Game reviews, spotlight on newer games
  8. 8. Masthead Main Coverline Top Cover Tagline Central Image
  9. 9. GAME INFORMER MASTHEAD • Masthead is typically two-toned, with either two separate colors in the title, or a separate color for the outline of the text only. The masthead is also always behind the central image and the font changes occasionally to fit the central image more effectively.
  10. 10. PC GAMER • 96% males who have either built their own PC or are PC enthusiasts. • 58 million enthusiasts each month • 3.6 million copies sold each month • Stories Covered: PC reviews, built PC spotlights, advertising new PC games.
  11. 11. Masthead Main Coverli Taglines Top Cover Central Image
  12. 12. PC GAMER MASTHEAD • The masthead has always featured a red, white, and black color scheme with the same font. There was only one minor change in font and size as the magazine advanced through the years. The central image is always in front of the masthead, and the magazine can easily be defined by its title typography.

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