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ONM Remembered – #477

“What made you decide now was the right time to bring Speedball II to GB Advance?” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 119 (August 2002)

ONM Remembered – #334

“Players will be able to get behind the wheel of various vehicles in the game, but I’m not going to tell you which ones.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 177 (June 2002)

ONM Remembered – #327

“It’s certainly satisfying blowing a bad guy across the room with a shotgun.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 118 (July 2002)

ONM Remembered – #243

“Q: So did the disaster of the film have any psychological effect on your development?” from Nintendo Pro issue 33 (2000) The Nintendo 64 got a little weird at the end of its era. Okay, I’ve said it was weird at darn near every part of its life cycle, but you’d pick up the latest […]

ONM Remembered – #212

“It’s not this kind of typical Nintendo kiddie cutesy-bizarre character, it’s a bee with a big f*ck-off gun, y’know?” “And sunglasses.” “And sunglasses!” from 64 Magazine volume 15 (18th June 1998)

ONM Remembered – #177

“The respect of game players is always the energy source of we creators to make something new.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 137 (February 2004)

ONM Remembered – #172

“We’re not saying that Rare isn’t easy to find, but it’s currently being used by the government to conduct experiments on aliens.” from N64 Magazine issue 13 (March 1998)

ONM Remembered – Miyamoto Week, day 7

“You’ve created some of the best videogames ever made – and that’s a fact!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 89 (February 2000)

ONM Remembered – Miyamoto Week, day 6

“So you think that the link-up play will prove to be successful?” “… I don’t.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 132 (September 2003)

ONM Remembered – Miyamoto Week, day 5

“I’d love to see a futuristic version of Zelda, where Link and Zelda’s descendants battle with a robotic Ganondorf.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 95 (August 2000)

ONM Remembered – Miyamoto Week, day 4

“Sounds like the UK people are better game players than we are!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 137 (February 2004)

ONM Remembered – Miyamoto Week, day 3

“I can’t tell you any secrets just yet or I’ll get in trouble with my bosses!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 86 (November 1999)

ONM Remembered – Miyamoto Week, day 2

“HONTONI DOMO ARIGATO GOZAIMASHITA MIYAMOTO-SAN!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 64 (January 1998)

ONM Remembered – Miyamoto Week, day 1

“He created Mario, Zelda and Donkey Kong, and he ONLY answers quessies every month in NOM.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 91 (April 2000) Would you believe that Mr. Miyamoto was at the beck and call of every kid in the United Kingdom, and would answer reader-submitted questions every month? Given how the man was […]

ONM Remembered – #168

“Lylat Wars? I’m glad I’m not responsible for that. N64’s a great read, though. I get it every month.” from N64 Magazine issue 11 (January 1998)

ONM Remembered – #157

“The swashbuckling action won’t be lonely this time” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 118 (July 2002)

ONM Remembered – Never Reached The Shelves Week, day 3

“(no, really – apparently Hitler recognises the supernatural power of the perfect N64 cartridge)” from N64 Magazine issue 14 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – #128

“They’ll be armed with the dark side of the Force. Fortunately, you’ve got a rotating thumb.” from N64 Magazine issue 9 (December 1997)

ONM Remembered – #107

“The weapons… no, the enemies… no, the bosses – argh! It’s all cool!” from 64 Magazine volume 10 (1998)

ONM Remembered – #53

“GAMING LIVES” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 132 (September 2003)