Nashville, TN – March 30, 2023 – In a move nearly a decade in the making, Pure Nintendo Magazine is returning to print subscriptions! While PNM has continued in dozens of digital issues, it’s always been our desire to return to the magazine’s origins. In fact, when first announcing the move from physical subscriptions, we said, “most of us here at Pure Nintendo do want to see PNM return to print at some point.” That point is finally now, as we’re ready to resume print subscriptions, not just individual copies. We hope to save you money and show that physical magazines still have a place in the gaming industry, even 12 years since we first began!

For supporters who’ve been with us since the early years (2011-2014), circling back to physical subscriptions is a long-overdue move. Thank you so much for sticking with us, and we can’t wait to get the new issue in your hands. It’s finished and waiting to arrive in your mailbox. Just make sure you are signed up for one of our print tiers on Patreon (The Tanooki Leaf or P-Wing Tiers). For those with questions about digital issues, our Patreon subscriber tiers, or questions in general, drop us a line at! Or follow us on Twitter, @PureNintendo, where our inbox is always open.

Get ready, koopalings; the best is yet to come!

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Here is the cover of the first issue back in print:

Pure Nintendo Magazine Issue 64

Those who want a PDF version to view in a digital format on any of their devices will still have that option via our Patreon page, but we will be discontinuing our iOS/Android apps with the interactive digital issues over the next of couple months to focus on print.

And if you just want a single issue in print, you can still order from our MagCloud storefront:

Pure Nintendo Magazine (PNM) Issue 64

By Pure Media LLC in Pure Nintendo Magazine (PNM)

52 pages, published 3/29/2023

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