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    Nintendo Power Successor - Nintendo Force



    I'm curious and want to check it out!

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    I've been looking into it its meh! Trying to capitalize on the Nintendo Power name nintendo isn't affiliated with these guys

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    Yeah I know that. But I follow the sites of a few of these people and they are very passionate about all things Nintendo. I think it has potential. I'm not going to subscribe right away, but I want to check out the first issue.
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    Now you're playing with force! Nintendo Force!!!!!!!

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    Did anyone else think of EA upon seeing the logo? o.O
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blacksite View Post
    Did anyone else think of EA upon seeing the logo? o.O
    I actually thought of NERF and James Bond lol

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    i do not know what to think, Magazines are just like newspapers now

    dust on a shelf that just keeps collecting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blacksite View Post
    Did anyone else think of EA upon seeing the logo? o.O
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    I actually thought of NERF and James Bond lol
    Lol. I don't know how I never saw any of that!

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    i do not know what to think, Magazines are just like newspapers now

    dust on a shelf that just keeps collecting
    But they make good reading material while on the crapper
    Also during lunch when I bring it to work, I always like to read the comics lol
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    I don't want my Nintendo news forced down my throat lmao...

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    i agree, but why spend 4.50 or 5.00 on a magazine, when you can get it all online for free and a you don't have to wait lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
    i agree, but why spend 4.50 or 5.00 on a magazine, when you can get it all online for free and a you don't have to wait lol
    That is true. With the internet, you don't necessarily need a magazine. But that's just how I am. I like reading an actual magazine or newspaper. I buy all my games retail, except those that are download only. I buy all my music by CDs.

    Edit: And with yearly subscriptions, it's usually closer to 1.50-2.00 per issue.
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    i had over 500 game magazines over 3 years ago and i read every single one and had all the gifts that came with

    but i rather get the info off the net now. The mag's i had, i give them to my wee nephew

    So he can learn the excellent gaming of the past
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