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Submitted by purely_justin 870d ago | preview

Pure Nintendo Magazine Issue #5 Out Now

Pure Nintendo (purenintendo.com) just released their newest issue for their magazine, Issue 5. It covers Nintendo's E3 2012 show coming up and what they need to do to succeed. There is also 6 pages of exclusive video game concept art from Donkey Kong Country Returns and Metroid Prime. Check out these and much much more in both digital formats and, for the first time, print options through MagCloud.

Also in this issue, Xenoblade Chronicles and Kid Icarus Uprising reviews. (3DS, E3, Industry, Kid Icarus: Uprising, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, Wii U, Xenoblade Chronicles)

jjdoyle  +   871d ago
Suuuhweet seeing another Nintendo focused magazine!
frequentcontributor  +   869d ago
Agreed. It actually looks really good, focusing more on opinion that you can't get anywhere else, rather than old news... Magcloud gets pretty pricey, if ordering a physical copy, but it's nice that they're free online. The covers could use a bit of work, though...

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