Picture related: an original portrait of Link made from torn up Nintendo Power magazines by artist Chris Lange that I won in a contest.
Nintendo Power magazine, the monthly publication that was at one time (the 90s') the latest and greatest source for Nintendo news and tips, is calling it quits after 24 years, apparently being unable to compete with "the internets". Not gonna lie, I thought they stopped printing that thing a decade ago. "Yay, no more dying in vain!" I imagine a forest full of trees yelling in unison.
Thanks to ChaosLex, Penny, robert c, LupusYonderboy, Aurora Boredinclasses (nice) and jeffrey, who all miss that $4/minute Nintendo tip-line you could call to get help beating Zelda.
This is a side by side comparison of the very first and very last Nintendo Power magazine covers. Man, I actually remember having that first issue way back in 1988. I had just turned seven and still couldn't read yet. But did that stop me from looking at all the pictures and... / Continue →
In cripplingly depressing news, GameStop has announced they'll stop accepting Nintendo Gamecube related trade-ins April 2nd. "They still were?" Ha, it's news to me too. No word if Genesis games are still a go. So yeah, if you have any Gamecube game you want to get rid of, n... / Continue →
Nightmare Busters, a Super Nintendo game under development in 1995 but eventually scrapped, will apparently see the light of day after all. The Geekologie troll I have locked up in my castle dungeon? Not a chance. MWAHAHA -- MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! *lightning crashes* "That was ... / Continue →