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Back in early 2003, little thirteen-year-old me came across an imported copy of an unofficial GameCube magazine, Cube. My father had told me about the magazine once since he had seen it before and suggested I pick it up since it came with codes and a DVD. Yet, I wasn’t expecting this UK magazine would be the start of wild ride I would endure for years. I can’t recall the exact copy since, for some reason, it only has the issue number on the cover and not the month/year, but something on its cover made my young heart pound madly. Written in big bold white letters over blood splatter were the words: “Resident Evil 4 – Monstrous 6-page feature”.
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