The February 2015 issue cover
|Publisher||Digitalna avantura d.o.o.|
|First issue||August 2012|
|Based in||Zagreb, Croatia|
Reboot is a Croatian magazine covering all things related to video gaming culture. Most of the team behind the magazine were also working on other (now former) Croatian video game magazines such as PSX, Hacker, GamePlay and Next Level. The design of the magazine is similar to its predecessors Next Level and Gameplay. The first issue came out on 4 August 2012. It is published on monthly basis, priced at 25 kunas. The magazine features wide range of gaming-related news, interviews, specials, previews, reviews and rubrics.
The magazine is broken into six sections: Reporter, Hype, Feature, Reviews, Tech and Rewind. In Reporter one can find reports about the latest gaming conventions such as E3, Gamescom, PAX, ... Aside from these, the section also has many small reports on upcoming titles. In Hype and Feature, the upcoming games get a bit more of coverage, with features stretching over several pages. The features don't need to be solely about a specific game, but can be about various gaming related subjects. Upcoming and freshly-released Video games, both AAA and indie games, are reviewed in the Reviews. Scores can range from 1 to 10, with no decimals in between. Tech is a short section (most of the times covered on 2 pages) bringing the latest news about various tech products and gadgets, as well as computer configurations recommended for gaming. In Rewind section, the Reboot team covers various years and what happened of importance in those years, providing a nice read for all retro gamers.
In addition to working on the magazine, the Reboot team also holds yearly video gaming conventions - Reboot Infogamer.
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