Retro tries to keep as many of its sources in-house, so we create references on our wikis that don't need to be constantly maintained. You should have noticed the huge library of magazines on Retro CDN by now - it's glorious and wonderful. But there's a lot missing. I make a point of regularly going around the internet looking for reference material that is useful to Sonic, Sega or NEC Retro, but it's getting to the point where there's too much tedious, mostly undocumented stuff for one man. Sysops used to be able to upload things more efficiently than regular users, but those powers are gone - I have to use the same wibbly wobbly upload forms as everyone else, and often I'm not sure my bandwidth is up to it. Time to spread the load. So rather than have these get lost in the TODO page, I'm going to make posts in this topic in the hopes it might inspire some helpers. Or at the very least, remind me at a later date when technology on my end catches up. Alternatively, because so much of this is mysterious to English speakers, people might be able to answer questions and find things. The general rule is always "we want all of the things". Anything related to Sonic/Sega/NEC is within scope. Get nice PDFs (or nice JPEGs and turn them into PDFs), upload to Retro CDN. We can probably solve any problems after that if you're struggling. To start: Game Hihyou (ゲーム批評) https://archive.org/details/gamecriticism?sort=titleSorter https://www.gamingalexandria.com/wp/2019/12/23/game-hihyo-game-criticism-magazines/ Japanese gaming magazines are among the most important resources out there. The story behind this one seems to be that it had an opinion, and that's apparently rare. Determining whether Japanese games are considered good or bad lets us understand the market over there a little better.