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Retro Fans Can Check Out Nintendo Power Issues Online

If you’re feeling in a nostalgic mood you might want to check out the extensive back catalogue of Nintendo Power issues which have been scanned and uploaded for you to check out online. Every issue is available up until Spring 2001 so there’s a lot of free reading material for you to extensively look through. You can check them all out, right here!

Thanks, MasterPikachu6

16 thoughts on “Retro Fans Can Check Out Nintendo Power Issues Online”

  1. Sick! This was my magazine of choice as a young, Nintendo-exclusive gamer. Got interested in several games shown in issues like Bomberman 64: The Second Attack and Mario Tennis 64.

    Good times.

  2. Huge kudos to you, sickr, for pointing out that the issues run up to 2001. Everyone I’ve seen run this story so far has said “every issue,” so that accuracy is appreciated on my part.

  3. Greatest magazine there ever was for us Nintendo gamers. I could talk forever about the things I loved about this magazine, and how proud I am that I got a few letters published in the Player’s Pulse section.

    Nintendo Power was my one and only source for Nintendo news and upcoming game announcements. I read my favorite articles (and interviews) several times each month while awaiting the next issue. It’s the magazine that introduced me to Shigeru Miyamoto (among others). And man, I can’t tell you how much it KILLED ME having to wait a full month past E3 every year just to find out what happened. Ok, I gotta shut myself up. The nostalgia is strong with this. ; )

      1. Only 2 things come to mind (I can’t remember exactly, because I also had some printed in EGM magazine). One letter was asking if any of the Nintendo Power editors etc. watch the Pokémon anime. And in another letter, I was suggesting something about who could play Ganondorf in a Zelda movie. But that’s all I can remember. I wrote down all issues with my printed letters (from EGM as well) for my own reference, but I’m not sure what I did with that.

        1. Pretty cool. I never wrote in, but I have a few favorites that others sent in. I remember one where someone apparently mailed them his/her copy of LoZ: Spirit Tracks asking them to do the duet with the desert Lokomo (forget the name) on that card because he/she just could not do it. I remember going “Huh. I never had any problems with doing that.”

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