Nintendo Power remembered

May 19, 2015

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Nintendo Power Remembered

Before the Internet came along, if you wanted to know how to get past tricky obstacles in your games you had to read Nintendo Power.

In a recent post by Gamasutra, Nintendo Power founding editors Gail Tilden and Howard Phillips spill the beans on the magazine’s early inspiration and challenges on the way to the first issues.

Unlimited 1UPs for everyone!

April 30, 2015

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Super Mario Bros Glitch Discovered After 30 Years

Amazingly after 30 years Super Mario Bros is still surprising us with new gameplay secrets. The latest treat is an unlimited 1UP trick caused by a glitch in the way beanstalks are generated.

200CC Will Appear for the first time in the Mario Kart series

April 18, 2015

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200cc Difficulty Hits Mario Kart 8

Speed demons rejoice! 200cc mode is coming with downloadable content on April 23.

As if the 50cc, 100cc, 150cc and mirrored 150cc speed levels weren’t slapstick enough, the new 200cc class promises to push your kart speeds to the extreme (extreme, at least, for go-karting).

Legend of Zelda Memes

We’ve been having so much fun rounding up Fallout memes and illogical game moments, we thought Link deserved a turn.

Read on for the best the web has to offer for Legend of Zelda memes…

Mario Maker coming September 2015

April 8, 2015

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Mario Maker Turns You Into the Designer

Have you ever dreamed of creating your own Mario levels? Admit it – everyone has. Your time to shine has come! Mario Maker will let you create, play and share levels with your friends.

Look out, here comes Nintendo on Mobile

March 25, 2015

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Nintendo on Mobile Near You

It wasn’t long ago that Nintendo shut down the Mario Kart channel on the Wii. For all the hype out there for seeing Nintendo on mobile devices, anyone who has been living with the company’s handling of Internet and connected devices may have some second thoughts.

Can Nintendo deliver on its mobile promise better than it has on Wi-Fi Connect?