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ONM Remembered – #296

“A truly awe inspiring song.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 113 (February 2002)

ONM Remembered – #283

“Thanks. It was lovely.” from N64 Magazine issue 14 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – #268

“Thank you Hiroshi Yamauchi. You must come around for tea and biscuits some time and help me scrape bits of television off my bedroom wall.” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – #256

“Wil will play as anyone who looks slightly like a Streetfighter character. It takes him ages to choose, sigh.” from N64 Magazine issue 13 (March 1998)

ONM Remembered – #232

“Wil tries to make the words blend into the background so they don’t distract you from his pictures. Ed.” from N64 Magazine issue 11 (January 1998)

ONM Remembered – #230

“Hopefully some KFC will bolster your chances of solving the mystery on Tallon IV, Andy. Eat some chicken and go for it.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 132 (September 2003)

ONM Remembered – #224

“Mario won’t get older, and he won’t start doing rude stuff!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 122 (November 2002)

ONM Remembered – #218

“Does this mean that other Rare heroes have secret piercings or tattoos? Spill the beans, Tusk.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 92 (May 2000)

ONM Remembered – #214

“And don’t say that it gives more gamers a chance to play a great game, because deep down you know it sucks, too.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 148 (January 2005)

ONM Remembered – #211

“Thanks. I thought yours was the best letter I’ve ever read.” from N64 Magazine issue 8 (November 1997)

ONM Remembered – #208

“When Mr. T awakens the next morning, he is angered at his bare neck.” from N64 Magazine issue 10 (December 1997)

ONM Remembered – #205

“Stop talking Double Dutch, you complete loon!” from Nintendo Pro issue 33 (2000)

ONM Remembered – #192

“If Nintendo (and any other companies) did this more often, I’d be a happy bunny.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 135 (December 2003)

ONM Remembered – #188

“I am pleased that games – whether they come in plastic cases or not – help prevent children getting into scrapes outside on the streets.” from N64 Magazine issue 41 (May 2000)

ONM Remembered – #186

“I like Britain very much.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 92 (May 2000)

ONM Remembered – #171

“Why did Rare drop these wondrous machines of destruction?” from N64 Magazine issue 10 (December 1997) In case you didn’t know, anything involving prototypes, unreleased games or removed features always catches my fancy. Yes, in the first trailers of Blast Corps, there were some really far-out machines in the game, such as this mecha scorpion […]

ONM Remembered – #170

“Be prepared for a rude answer when you ask Rare’s Uncle Tusk.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 91 (April 2000)

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 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 – #163

“(trust the French)” from N64 Magazine issue 8 (November 1997)