Nintendo has released 13 years of its once-popular magazine, Nintendo Power, online. For free.
Many Nintendo fans will fondly remember Nintendo Power, one of the longest-running gaming magazines produced. The magazine …
– When asked what they liked to do the most, the eight teens, which was split 50/50 when it came to gender, and aged between 14-17, all answered that they like to hang with friends. They all enjoyed gaming, but it wasn’t a priority, so they weren’t hardcore gamers to say the least.
– Every single one of them had access to a Wii. Either they owned one or had a family member that has one. All the girl games, plus one guy owned theirs. Of the remaining dudes, two of them had a Xbox 360 as their main console, while the last one mostly payed games on his laptop. Three of the girls also had 360s at home, though it was not specified if it was theirs or a family members. No one had a PS3.
Happy birthday Nintendo! Some of you are reading this and are wondering; 119? Wow, how is Nintendo that old. Well my young padawans, the answer can be found for you below. Enjoy reading about the long history of Nintendo after the Jump. How about three mighty big cheers for our favorite company!
Wario Land: Shake It!
Pro: – well-designed levels – fun moves (especially motion controlled actions) – side puzzles/bonus missions provide extra difficulty – animation is great – good bosses
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True GTA game – sandbox gameplay, open-world environment, gritty crime narrative. – M-rating – Isometric camera angle – Cel-shaded polygons w/ black borders – good touch-screen implementation – “tasteful” minigames, …
Reader’s most wanted:
1) Earthbound (SNES) 2) Mother (NES/Japan only) 3) Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (SNES, already released) 4) Super Smash Bros. (N64) 5) The Legend …