Nintendo Official Magazine Reviews
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Customer Nintendo Official Magazine Reviews (28)
by - written on 03/02/08 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I am quite a gamer, so I love to write about games, read about games and of course play games! My favourite magazine is actually the Official Xbox 360 Magazine, but at around £5-6 every month, it wasn't worth it for what it is. This magazine is £3.99 a month, and subscribing to it will get you a decent gift as well as the magazine delivered to your door every month on release date. It isn't the greatest magazine, but can sometimes be interesting to read. I am much more of a Microsoft Gamer, but I do own a few consoles made by Nintendo. The magazine's look changes every month. They actually get readers to design front covers, which sometimes make it onto the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/10, updated on 07/02/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
PLEASE NOTE: THIS REVIEW IS ALSO FEATURED ON CIAO, UNDER MY USERNAME "MONSOONBABY88". The Official Nintendo Magazine is a Nintendo gamers port of call for all relevant Nintendo news. It is priced at £3.99 per issue, which seems like a lot to pay out on quite a thin magazine each month, but there is an option to subscribe to the magazine, by paying £10.37 by quarterly direct debit. This means that you are getting a few issues for basically nothing, and for a regular reader, this is a great option. Nintendo magazine offers a free gift when you sign up for a subscription, I gained the brilliant Wii game "No More Heroes" when I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 5 readings)
Nintendo Official Magazine sees the latest news, information, interviews and games reviews on offer in a monthly dosage but is it as good as the company it represents? Nintendo over recent years has gone from an also ran in the gaming market to being the leader of the pack with its development of the Wii console and the DS making many people never interested in gaming sit up and take notice and become more interested. The company has been most successful with its bright, colourful and fun games and so what you hope for when you pick up this magazine is for the same to be on offer and you are not disappointed with the offerings each month always having bright ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/08 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I am a big Nintendo fan and have been for much of my life. The problem with Nintendo is recent years has been third party games. It used to be the case on the N64 that games by developers such as RARE were great titles. In today's gaming world however there are many more game developers bringing out games such as movie tie-ins or completely new characters. It is therefore hard to judge if these games are any good. It seems you can no longer rely on developers as they release many rushed poor games onto the shelves to make money from the success of the Wii and DS. This is where the official magazine comes into play and helps gamers to make important gaming ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/06 (Very useful, 281 readings)
At the start of the year this magazine, which shown by previous reviews, has received a lot of slate over the years, and generally not being a Nintendo fan, preferring the mighty Playstation 2 over the Gamecube which had a lack of third party support. However, with my anticipation growing for the new Legend of Zelda game, Twilight Princess, and the new console which has motion sensors making games interactive, I had to get news somewhere. Gladly though, my first issue was issue 8 of this monthly magazine-the post count restarted when the new publisher ‘Future Publishing’ started publishing the magazine, who also publish the superb Official Playstation 2 ... Read the complete review
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