1990 to the present day


1995

Winter 95

Spring 95

April 95
Launch of Bike '95
a phenomenal success.

April 95
MEMS
Future's first staging of music show acquired from Westminster Exhibitions in the summer of 94.


Summer 95

June 95
Future breaks into a new market with the launch of SFX. This is the first glossy magazine to be dedicated to Science Fiction and SFX is currently going from strength to strength.
July 95
Future Publishing realised the need for a magazine aimed at the absolute beginner and launched PC Guide. The first issue exceeded expectations by selling a fraction under 70,000. The anticipated first ABC figure is in the region of 40,000 issues per month.
August 95
following the success of .net magazine, The .net Directory was launched, offering an authoriative guide to the other otherwise confusing Internet.
September 95
Total Football was launched. Total Football is - allegedly - witty, passionate, irreverent: the ultimate fan's magazine. It is the main stay of Future's new sports division.
November 95
Future licence PC Attack to Maverick magazines
November 95
arcane, Future's first roleplaying magazine was launched.
November 95
First XV was launched. An authorative Rugby union magazine, edited by Bath's former Captain, Stuart Barnes.
December 95
Computer arts, a one shot aimed solely at the creative PC user was on sale in December 95. This was a sell-out and a second issue was released in June 1996 to a rapturous welcome.

December 95
The Official Playstation Magazine, a monthly mag totally dedicated to the Sony Playstation was launched with the first of its regular cover CDs. This is the only UK Playstation mag to be officially endorsed by Sony.


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