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Submitted by Xanthus22 1071d ago | opinion piece

A Moment of Silence For Nintendo Power

Leviathyn.com | It was announced today that legendary gaming magazine Nintendo Power will no longer be releasing any more issues, due to the publication’s shut down. (3DS, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Power, Wii, Wii U)

Bantasaur  +   1071d ago
This is the saddest thing i have seen all month...
AztecFalcon  +   1071d ago
I still have my Ocarina of Time announcement issue. :(
browngamer41  +   1070d ago
Apparently you don't according to your disagree..I swear some people just want to hate on everything..lol
AWBrawler  +   1070d ago
I still have the first DS and Wii Issues and all the GBA ones
mike1up  +   1071d ago
Thank you for all the memories, and help.
FinalomegaS  +   1071d ago
still have a few issues in my boxes.

have one somewhere on top of a desk somewhere with the "new" pokemon ... was like 10 years ago , whats the name Lugia?
sumfood4u  +   1070d ago
Very sad moment in gaming history, I hope Nintendo reborns a new Nintendo magazine. Physical copies of gaming items will always have a place for gamers.
AWBrawler  +   1070d ago
I have a gut feeling they'll make a new one. it would be odd to be the top dog in gaming right now, yet the only console without an official magazine
nerdkiller  +   1070d ago
well nintendo doesnt have much to put in a magazine since the release of the wii that real gamers want to read and if they did its on the net first
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nintendojunkie28  +   1070d ago
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DarkSniper  +   1070d ago
Nintendo has made their landmark in gaming history in many different aspects.

Nintendo Power holds a strong nostalgic memory to Dark Sniper's magazine collection. Especially during the years 1985-1994 B.P., when Super NES and NES released titles that all audiences could enjoy. 1995 was the beginning of Nintendo Power's demise.

To witness the news of Nintendo Power's untimely ending reassures Dark Sniper that all good things must come to an end for the greater good of gaming.

This could'nt have come at a worse time. With Nintendo's next console still yet to reach a release date this year, one thing you can be assured of you will not be able to get your Wii-U fix in the latest issue of Nintendo Power.

War has changed. R.I.P Nintendo Power.

$niper
triplev16  +   1070d ago
I remember getting my parents to buy an issue Nintendo Power when I was a kid just so I could figure out what the hell I had to do to finish Simon's Quest. Then I went to school and bragged to all my friends with a polaroid of the ending. I was king for a day LOL. Thank-you Nintendo Power.
for we are many  +   1070d ago
This is very sad news indeed, this and the death of GameFan and N64 magazines which I liked most back in the day. Damn you internet :(
GuruStarr78  +   1070d ago
I remember getting a free game back in 1988 for subscribing to a year of Nintendo Power, I think it was 'Dragon Quest'...

Sad to hear this gaming icon is coming to an end..
CouldHaveYelledUiiW  +   1070d ago
Hard for magazines to compare with these here Interwebs. And it is hard for Ninty to give exclusives to them when (some) people see it as biased.

I hope that the employees get absorbed into Nintendo somewhere, perhaps they can produce material for WiiU's Online Content?

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