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Submitted by dekeliko 745d ago | interview

Interview: Operation: Power Up - To Revive Nintendo Power

Oprainfall writes:

"Near the end of August 2012, as the news first started making the rounds, we were one of many sites who reported on the demise of Nintendo Power… a magazine many of the staff held near and dear to their hearts. While we took time to remember, a small group of people decided to take action. Operation Power Up reached out to us for support. And while their numbers aren’t quite enough to join our Campaign Hub, some of the staff decided to do what they could to help out. I had the chance to interview the leader of Operation Power Up, to discuss the goals of their campaign, as well as pay respects to Nintendo Power and its contemporaries." (Culture, Nintendo)

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