History Magazine / TopSecret

3rd Dec '15 3:44:59 AM Korodzik
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* UsefulNotes/ComputerWars: Most of the reader letters are [[UsefulNotes/Atari8BitComputers Atari]] vs. UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} vs. {{PC}} vs. UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. One particular reader (Krzysztof Kubeczko) became more or less a legend due to his hilariously aggressive letters about the superiority of the 8-bit Atari (and his later tragic death).
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* UsefulNotes/ComputerWars: Most of the reader letters are [[UsefulNotes/Atari8BitComputers Atari]] vs. UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} vs. {{PC}} vs. UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. One particular reader (Krzysztof Kubeczko) became more or less a legend due to his hilariously aggressive vitriolic letters about the superiority of the 8-bit Atari (and his later tragic death).death). * DigitalPiracyIsEvil: In one of the comics, the characters go to the future and find out that the entire gaming industry collapsed long ago due to software piracy. They promptly set out to SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong and cause new copyright laws to pass.

** GadgeteerGenius: Prof. Dzemik.
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** GadgeteerGenius: Prof. Dzemik.Dżemik.

* NoteFromEd: Indulged in it a few times. The most major example comes form issue 28, where the editor-in-chief butts in to remove the reviewer's supposed unrelated ramblings and instead writes half of the review himself.
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* NoteFromEd: Indulged in it a few times. The most major example comes form from issue 28, where the editor-in-chief butts in (supposedly to remove the reviewer's supposed unrelated ramblings ramblings) and instead writes half of the review himself.

* SpriteComic[=/=]{{Machinomics}}
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* SpriteComic[=/=]{{Machinomics}}ShoutOut: Prof. Dżemik's name is a reference to a famous Polish linguist, prof. Miodek ("miodek" is a diminutive for "honey", "dżemik" is a diminutive for "jam".) * SpriteComic[=/=]{{Machinomics}}: As mentioned in the description, there were quite a few comics, most of them made up of game screenshots with the characters (standing out, as they were drawn in vector graphics) added in.
3rd Feb '15 1:56:02 PM MarkLungo
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Moved Cowboy Bebop At His Computer to Trivia page, then deleted it.
* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: Well, the editors were living in a post-communist, poor country (where videogame consoles didn't appear until 1992); they were occasionally a bit... out of the loop regarding the videogame industry.
3rd Feb '15 1:52:48 PM MarkLungo
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->''It's a mysterious, terrifying and fascinating world. The world of computer games. Alone, you will perish. "Top Secret" lends you a hand.''
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->''It's ->''"It's a mysterious, terrifying and fascinating world. The world of computer games. Alone, you will perish. "Top Secret" ''Top Secret'' lends you a hand.''"''

A Polish video game magazine which evolved from earlier computer magazine "Bajtek" and existed from 1990 to 1996. ''Top Secret'' was the first magazine of its kind in Poland, and quickly became a cult classic still fondly remembered today, mainly because of its editors' wacky sense of humor. It was characterized by huge amounts of [[InJoke inside jokes]] (sometimes the articles would descend into ranting about the editors' everyday life). The editors had huge freedom which would be unthinkable today (which might have been one of its causes of death; advertisers simply shied away from such a non-serious magazine).
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A Polish [[UsefulNotes/{{Poland}} Polish]] video game magazine which evolved from earlier computer magazine "Bajtek" and existed from 1990 to 1996. ''Top Secret'' was the first magazine of its kind in Poland, and quickly became a cult classic still fondly remembered today, mainly because of its editors' wacky sense of humor. It was characterized by huge amounts of [[InJoke inside jokes]] (sometimes the articles would descend into ranting about the editors' everyday life). The editors had huge freedom which would be unthinkable today (which might have been one of its causes of death; advertisers simply shied away from such a non-serious magazine).

* ComputerWars: Most of the reader letters are [[UsefulNotes/Atari8BitComputers Atari]] vs. UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} vs. {{PC}} vs. UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. One particular reader (Krzysztof Kubeczko) became more or less a legend due to his hilariously aggressive letters about the superiority of the 8-bit Atari (and his later tragic death).
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* ComputerWars: UsefulNotes/ComputerWars: Most of the reader letters are [[UsefulNotes/Atari8BitComputers Atari]] vs. UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} vs. {{PC}} vs. UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. One particular reader (Krzysztof Kubeczko) became more or less a legend due to his hilariously aggressive letters about the superiority of the 8-bit Atari (and his later tragic death).

* ComputerWars: Most of the reader letters are [[UsefulNotes/Atari8BitComputers Atari]] vs. UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} vs. {{PC}} vs. UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. One particular reader (Krzysztof Kubeczko) became more or less TheRival: ''Secret Service'', a legend due rival magazine (helmed by ''Top Secret'''s former editor-in-chief and managing editor who [[StartMyOwn left in 1992 to his hilariously aggressive letters about the superiority of the 8-bit Atari (and his later tragic death). pursue their own career.]]) Since then, both magazines kept tossing thinly veiled {{Take That}}s at each other.

* SeriousBusiness: For the readers, the ComputerWars above. Also, in the earliest issues (1990-1992), playing computer games is sometimes treated as something of a mystic ritual. * SpriteComic / {{Machinomics}} * TheRival: ''Secret Service'', a rival magazine (helmed by ''Top Secret'''s former editor-in-chief and managing editor who [[StartMyOwn left in 1992 to pursue their own career.]]) Since then, both magazines kept tossing thinly veiled {{Take That}}s at each other.
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* SeriousBusiness: For the readers, the ComputerWars UsefulNotes/ComputerWars above. Also, in the earliest issues (1990-1992), playing computer games is sometimes treated as something of a mystic ritual. * SpriteComic / {{Machinomics}} * TheRival: ''Secret Service'', a rival magazine (helmed by ''Top Secret'''s former editor-in-chief and managing editor who [[StartMyOwn left in 1992 to pursue their own career.]]) Since then, both magazines kept tossing thinly veiled {{Take That}}s at each other.SpriteComic[=/=]{{Machinomics}}
7th Oct '14 12:05:08 AM Korodzik
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* FourPointScale: The majority of games received scores between 80% and 100% of maximum. There are times when the review is clearly written in a negative note, yet the score is still a high one.

* NoteFromEd: Indulged in it a few times. The most major example comes form issue 28, where the editor-in-chief butts in to remove the reviewer's supposed unrelated ramblings and instead writes half of the review himself.

* {{Reboot}}: in 2002, the title was restarted by Axel Springer publishing house, with the best-known "original" editor-in-chief at the helm. It lasted for four issues.
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* {{Reboot}}: in In 2002, the title was restarted by Axel Springer publishing house, with the best-known "original" editor-in-chief at the helm. It lasted for four issues.
6th Oct '14 11:48:29 AM rexpensive
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* ComputerWars: Most of the reader letters are [[Atari8BitComputers Atari]] vs. {{Commodore 64}} vs. {{PC}} vs. {{Amiga}}. One particular reader (Krzysztof Kubeczko) became more or less a legend due to his hilariously aggressive letters about the superiority of the 8-bit Atari (and his later tragic death).
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* ComputerWars: Most of the reader letters are [[Atari8BitComputers [[UsefulNotes/Atari8BitComputers Atari]] vs. {{Commodore UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}} vs. {{PC}} vs. {{Amiga}}.UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. One particular reader (Krzysztof Kubeczko) became more or less a legend due to his hilariously aggressive letters about the superiority of the 8-bit Atari (and his later tragic death).
23rd Apr '13 12:47:53 PM SeptimusHeap
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Planet Eris is being renamed to World Of Weirdness. Misuse and Zero Context Examples are being removed.
* PlanetEris: The setting of the comics. IndianaJones, VideoGame/DukeNukem, [[StarWars the Empire]] etc. all exist there.
8th Feb '13 4:34:13 AM Korodzik
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* ComputerWars: Most of the reader letters are [[Atari8BitComputers Atari]] vs. {{Commodore 64}} vs. {{PC}} vs. {{Amiga}}.
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* ComputerWars: Most of the reader letters are [[Atari8BitComputers Atari]] vs. {{Commodore 64}} vs. {{PC}} vs. {{Amiga}}. One particular reader (Krzysztof Kubeczko) became more or less a legend due to his hilariously aggressive letters about the superiority of the 8-bit Atari (and his later tragic death).

** BenevolentBoss: The editor-in-chief. *** Who is basically the real editor-in-chief's AuthorAvatar.
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** BenevolentBoss: The editor-in-chief. *** Who editor-in-chief, who is basically the real editor-in-chief's AuthorAvatar.

* SeriousBusiness: To the readers, the ComputerWars above. Also, in the earliest issues (1990-1992), playing computer games is sometimes treated as something of a mystic ritual.
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* SeriousBusiness: To For the readers, the ComputerWars above. Also, in the earliest issues (1990-1992), playing computer games is sometimes treated as something of a mystic ritual.
8th Feb '13 4:31:39 AM Korodzik
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A Polish video game magazine which evolved from earlier computer magazine "Bajtek" and existed from 1990 to 1996. ''Top Secret'' was the first magazine of its kind in Poland, and quickly became a cult classic still fondly remembered today, mainly because of its editors' wacky sense of humor. It was characterized by huge amounts of [[InJoke inside jokes]] (sometimes the articles would descend into ranting about the editors' everyday life). The editors had huge freedom which would be unthinkable today.
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A Polish video game magazine which evolved from earlier computer magazine "Bajtek" and existed from 1990 to 1996. ''Top Secret'' was the first magazine of its kind in Poland, and quickly became a cult classic still fondly remembered today, mainly because of its editors' wacky sense of humor. It was characterized by huge amounts of [[InJoke inside jokes]] (sometimes the articles would descend into ranting about the editors' everyday life). The editors had huge freedom which would be unthinkable today. today (which might have been one of its causes of death; advertisers simply shied away from such a non-serious magazine).

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A Polish video game magazine which evolved from earlier computer magazine "Bajtek" and existed from 1990 to 1996. ''Top Secret'' was the first magazine of its kind in Poland, and quickly became * ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou: Piwem i Mieczem ("With Beer And Sword"), an episodic story, involves a cult classic still fondly remembered today, mainly because of its editors' wacky sense of humor. It was characterized by huge amounts of [[InJoke inside jokes]] (sometimes the articles would descend into ranting character hallucinating about going to a fantasy world and meeting characters who are all based on the editors' everyday life). The editors had huge freedom which would be unthinkable today. magazine's editors.
7th Feb '13 12:24:40 PM Korodzik
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removing my lame caption
[[caption-width-right:250:The skull likes you, kids!]]
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[[caption-width-right:250:The skull likes you, kids!]]
24th Jun '12 2:08:57 AM Korodzik
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* {{Narm}}

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* {{Narm}}RougeAnglesOfSatin: Whenever the English language is involved, both on part of the readers and the editors.
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