Fusion Magazine – Issue 43 April 2023
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Welcome at Fusion Magazine Issue 43 April 2023

As I write this, a big yellow ball has appeared in the sky, and the birds are singing enthusi­astically. Could it be Spring at last? It certainly feels like it. And, much like the weather, the gaming world appears to be entering its own season of growth after a long, cold winter. My news feed is bulging with new games for more systems than I can keep up with or find the time to play, and personally, I wouldn’t have it any other way. Whether you’re retro gaming or sampling the latest AAA titles, there is some­thing for everyone right now.
This issue, we welcome the return of Retro Obscura, our feature on history’s less popular and sometimes misunderstood consoles and computers. Alan Hammerton is restarting us at the beginning of home console history with Ralph Baer’s Odyssey. Retro Faith brings us an interview with Blast Corps designer Martin Wakeley, Toy Polloi takes a look at some iconic characters, and we have reviews of Jeff Minter’s reimagining of Atari’s Akka Arrh, Mund­fish’s debut game Atomic Heart, and the lndie Heroes Collection 2 cartridge for Evercade.
Amongst our other regular features is something new we’re trying out for this issue: the Fusion Reactor. We hope you like it, and please let us know what you think via the usual channels. Or, you can take two minutes to let us know your thoughts via the Reader Survey to your left. All your feedback is appreciated
(good or bad), and will help us keep making the content you want.

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