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ONM Remembered – #466

“Dropping the joypad after a minute and walking off exclaiming ‘What a steaming great dumper!’ will not do anything for Anglo-Nippon relations. Unless it’s Seta. They’re probably used to it.” from N64 Magazine issue 11 (January 1998)

ONM Remembered – #457

“Better known as Daisy in the UK, the pretty pink princess is good for nothing except whimpering and getting kidnapped.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 56 (May 1997), issue 57 (June 1997), and issue 58 (July 1997) (big ups to oldgamemags.com for the scans!)

ONM Remembered – #433

“Dom grasps the basketball tightly and sets himself up for the mother of all slam dunks. Leaping gazelle-like from the court, Dom aims his hands towards the basket. You should been there – it was just like poetry in motion.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 117 (June 2002)

ONM Remembered – #424

“That’s right, blame Nintendo’s dull screen instead of your own failings.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 137 (February 2004)

ONM Remembered – #415

“Please go now. We’re not calling the police! My mum’s phone number is 999 as well! Hello? HELP US!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 132 (September 2003)

ONM Remembered – #412

“Dom watches in misery as the errant skateboard rolls away, leaving him looking rather foolish.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 116 (May 2002)

ONM Remembered – #408

“Got bored with your old games? Want to play them again? Now you can with these fantastic new techniques!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 95 (August 2000)

ONM Remembered – #405

“No, no, NO! Luigi DIDN’T appear in SM 64, despite all those pesky rumours on the Internet.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 78 (March 1999) (big ups to oldgamemags.com for the scans!)

ONM Remembered – #402

“We’re not talking CDs here, which aren’t quite as tolerant of having strawberry jam slapped all over them as we might have been led to believe.” from N64 Magazine issue 11 (January 1998)

ONM Remembered – #389

“What is Donkey Kong the king of in this upcoming GBA game?” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 148 (January 2005)

ONM Remembered – #352

“In fact, getting in the way of other pedestrians is the fastest growing national sport, with points deducted for looking behind you.” from N64 Magazine issue 17 (July 1998)

ONM Remembered – #351

“This month I’m gonna show you a scene from Turok. The game’s a bit scary for little me, and I always close my eyes when those nasty dinos appear. Ooops, dead again. Giggle.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 66 (March 1998)

ONM Remembered – #346

“Poo is huge in Japan.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 64 (January 1998)

ONM Remembered – #345

“Enthusiastic voting by Andrea earned Tamagotchi World its chart position, proving once and for all that democracy is a dangerous tool.” from N64 Magazine issue 13 (March 1998)

ONM Remembered – #342

“BMT needed more non-driving mini-games – like one where you have to spit at a target.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 132 (September 2003)

ONM Remembered – #338

“All the dinosaurs were trained actors, but we were chronically wasted. I mean, you can only take shouting ‘Rooaaaarrr’ and eating screaming people to a certain level.” from N64 Magazine issue 12 (February 1998)

ONM Remembered – #333

“IT’S A PLANT” from N64 Magazine issue 7 (October 1997)

ONM Remembered – #325

“21: The number of days before the premiere of Pok√©mon when Ash’s sidekick, Clefairy, was replaced by Pikachu.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 116 (May 2002)

ONM Remembered – #314

“3,265: The weight, in pounds, of pasta that filled Nintendo’s world record-breaking bowl of spaghetti.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 121 (October 2002)

ONM Remembered – #305

“We’re not the types to poke fun at peeps who’ve lost their hair, but what the hell!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 86 (November 1999)