Official PlayStation 2 Magazine Demo 71

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Official PlayStation 2 Magazine Demo 71
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Languages supported:
English: SCED-54099 & SCED-54043 & SCED-54079
German: SCED-54099 & SCED-54043 & SCED-54079
French: SCED-54099 & SCED-54043 & SCED-54079
Spanish: SCED-54099 & SCED-54043 & SCED-54079
Italian: SCED-54099 & SCED-54043 & SCED-54079
Region PAL:
Serial numbers: SCED-54099 (Australia)
SCED-54043 (UK, Netherlands)
SCED-54079 (France)
SCED-54050 (Germany)
SCED-54149 (Italy)
SCED-54070 (Spain, Portugal)
Release date: April 2006
June 2006 (Spain, Portugal)
Windows Status: ?
Linux Status: ?
Mac Status: ?

Publisher(s): Sony Computer Entertainment, Future Publishing
Genre: Demo
Game description: Official UK PlayStation 2 Magazine (often abbreviated to OPSM2) was launched in December 2000 as the sequel publication to the Official UK PlayStation Magazine to coincide with the launch of the PlayStation 2 console. It ran monthly for 100 issues (note that some numbering confusion occurred in issues 2 and 3), with the last issue out on August 2008. Each issue has cover-mounted playable demo DVD. Some issues vary between the countries (Germany has the highest number of unique issues, save for issues 1-10, 23, 44, 46, etc.). Until around February 2005 UK magazines were issued a month prior to European counterparts.
This issue DVD contents:

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  • Also known as OPS2M Demo 71, Germany 04-2006, UPS2M Demo Italia 04/2006, OPS2M Demo 71/uk, ops2m demo 71 por/spa
  • (Source) UPS2M Demo Italia 04/2006 was sold with The PlayStation 2 Starter Box which contained random demos and a random magazine (whatever unsold items they had left) from Play Press Publishing Srl, the publisher of the official PS2 magazine in Italy. Different boxes contained different items.