Submitted by Valay 1009d ago | news

A look at Nintendo Power’s farewell letter

NE: "Sadly, Nintendo Power is gone. The December 2012 issue – yep, the last one – was sent out to subscribers and is on newsstands now." (3DS, Nintendo DS, Wii, Wii U)

P_Bomb  +   1009d ago
I remember getting a free copy of Dragon Warrior (a $60 game at the time and future classic) with my 1 year subscription in the late 80's. Great mag' at the time, heckuva step up from the ol' free Nintendo Powerflash newsletters. No regrets. Great run guys!
Tetsujin  +   1009d ago
I'll miss it, although I stopped reading it back in High School (late 90's) I'll miss the Ness comics and the older coverage of when Donkey Kong Country was first announced. Man what good memories of that magazine. I also remember the Sega Visions and Playstation magazines.

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