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Submitted by PNeafsey 580d ago | news

Nintendo Force Rises from the Ashes of Nintendo Power | FTG

FTG Writes: It wasn’t long ago that Nintendo Power announced it was closing down. Now, a new website has revealed its successor, Nintendo Force. IGN editor Lucas M. Thomas has gathered some names from across Nintendo-based gaming sites to create this magazine.

Now, it must be said that Nintendo Force is a spiritual successor to Nintendo Power – not an actual replacement. Future Publishing (the company behind Nintendo Power) is not responsible for this magazine; it is completely fan-run. And just who are these fans/editors? Have a look. (Industry, Wii, Wii U)

Benjaminkno  +   580d ago
Yeah, nobody really cares.
Nintendo Power was OK sometimes I guess. I'm not going to miss it. I have everything I need online so... that takes care of that.

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