Comptiq (コンプティーク Konputīku?) is a Japanese computer game magazine, first published in 1983, by Kadokawa Shoten. The name "Comptiq" came from combining the words "computer" and "boutique". Originally a PC magazine, its focus shifted from computers to computer games. As of September 2003, it has been known as a "MediaMix Game Magazine". The magazine is sold every month on the tenth.
The magazine is also split into two parts: A game information part and a Manga part (Usually made after popular H-games). It's also especially known for uncovering all-new games that'll arrive and include a gift in each issue. But unlike other game magazines, this one doesn't have reviews for the games.
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