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ONM Remembered – #293

“After four days of breaking speed limits and watching awesome pile-ups, David remained the best boy racer.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 123 (December 2002)

ONM Remembered – #290

“New bumpers, a roof spoiler and sidetrims were added before they were doused in purple paint to create the authentic GameCube look.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 121 (October 2002)

ONM Remembered – #288

“Try to remember that the baggage limit is something stupid like 25kg so you won’t be able to take away any cute Japanese shop assistants in videogame outfits.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 07 (September 2006)

ONM Remembered – #279

“Did you know? Merseyside team Liverpool FC are the most successful club in Britain, although they are yet to win the Premiership.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 123 (December 2002)

ONM Remembered – #255

“✓ Awesome titles ✓ Ace value ✓ Games you gotta own” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 86 (November 1999)

ONM Remembered – #248

“Downers: Having bugger all beer money because you’ve spent it all down the high street” from N64 Pro issue 4 (February 1998)

ONM Remembered – #240

“It’s even got giant robot Goemon Impact in it!” from 64 Magazine volume 9 (1998)

ONM Remembered – #216

“Answers that begin with the letter S will be instantly binned to preserve the gene pool!” from 64 Magazine volume 9 (2nd January 1998)

ONM Remembered – #200

“Did you know that, in GoldenEye 007, you can shoot someone in the leg once and they’ll still live? Well, if you didn’t, try it on Natalya. She’ll appreciate it.” from N64 Magazine issue 9 (December 1997)

ONM Remembered – #197

“And not forgetting: Fidel Castro! Idi Amin! That bloke from Mozambique!” from N64 Magazine issue 9 (December 1997) Besides being a mighty fine magazine, one thing that netted N64 Magazine further acclaim was its great tradition of swamping readers in pack-in guides, cheat lists and other booklets full of goodies. Although most were a very […]

ONM Remembered – #195

“… the fact that a digital TV company and a games publisher are teaming up, could well be the first step towards buying your games via interactive TV.” from N64 Magazine issue 17 (July 1998)

ONM Remembered – #194

“Reports that Mr Miyamoto jumped on stage and did a karaoke rendition of the Black Eyed Peas’ Where Is Love? were unconfirmed at time of going to press.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 137 (February 2004)

ONM Remembered – #184

“Basically, when I’m in trouble, I run away.” from N64 Magazine issue 41 (May 2000)

ONM Remembered – #161

“REVIEWED: SUPER MARIO LAND – THE GAME THAT LAUNCHED THE PLUMBER’S CAREER ON THE GAME BOY” from N64 Magazine issue 12 (February 1998)

ONM Remembered – #159

“They say that, in the event of a nuclear holocaust, cockroaches will most likely be the sole survivors. I take issue with this, and am certain that both Tamagotchi and the Toki Meki Memorial babes will be around to keep the roaches company.” from N64 Magazine issue 7 (October 1997)

ONM Remembered – #156

“Baby Bio Freak.” from N64 Magazine issue 17 (July 1998)

ONM Remembered – #150

“The fastest, most powerful shoes in videogame history.” from N64 Magazine issue 23 (December 1998)

ONM Remembered – #145

“Tiger Woods 2005 should have more commentators and what about some classic golfers, too?” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 147 (February 2004)

ONM Remembered – #141

“(rather like arguing over whether a postcard of Waterhouse’s Lady of Shalott truly captures the original painting’s Pre-Raphaelite attention to detail. Um, quite.)” from N64 Magazine issue 12 (February 1998)

ONM Remembered – Never Reached The Shelves Week, day 5

“The characters and set-pieces you encounter are so adult-orientated that we can’t explain many of them without being banished to the top shelf of your local newsie.” from N64 Magazine issue 41 (May 2000)