Most of these are "Locked", so you can only read the abstracts, which gives you the idea. You can pay to get access if you want.
A few are "Open Access", like the Quicksilva article I posted yesterday.
Here's another one
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10 ... 16.1190440
Bugaboo: A Spanish case of circulation and co-production of video games
Ignasi Meda-Calvet | Alex Wade (Reviewing Editor)
but seriously, why not just browse archive.org or use the wayback machine? it seems pointless to pay for info that is only usable to a select few. But, to each his own
Zx spectrum: masterpiece that keeps on giving
(wish it weren't so expensive)