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ONM Remembered – #471

“To add the confusion, Virtual Hiryu No Ken has been going by several different names, including Art of Fighting Fist Twin, Flying Dragon Twin, Fly Dragon Fist Twin and various mix ‘n match combinations to make whatever name you felt like saying at the time.” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – #460

“Why was it that only the swots can manipulate the metal loop ’round the windy wire course without touching it and causing it to buzz? Why is it that I, Alex ‘steadyhands’ Lee, can never quite get it to the end without that bloody buzzer going off?” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – #445

“With realistic spinouts, skid turns and radio communication with the pit, F1 puts you right in the driving seat.” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – #414

“Noddy counts the cash he’s made from the game spin-off of his cartoon!” from Nintendo Pro issue 33 (2000)

ONM Remembered – Wallop Week, day 6

“But unlike the bizarre Oozumo, this doesn’t feature fat lard-ased, pony tailed, pampers wearing, slap-happy, hippo-like mountains (the kind that made Gazza’s mate Jimmy Five Bellies look like Twiggy).” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – Wallop Week, day 5

“Thankfully, what MK Mythologies lacks in graphics, sound, story and social credibility, it makes up for in playability. Only joking! The gameplay is as shit as everything else.” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – #369

“FIGHTERS DESTINY” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – Total Test Week, day 4

“This is an accurate conversion of an extremely limited beat’em-up. How much more life can be squeezed out of the dinosaur that is 2D beat’em-ups?” from N64 Pro issue 4 (February 1998)

ONM Remembered – Total Test Week, day 1

“A classic Eighties shooter returns but hold on a minute… weren’t Eighties games rank?” from Nintendo Pro issue 33 (2000)

ONM Remembered – Staff Week, day 5

“We’re sure you’ll agree that the mag’s looking hotter than Buffy after an hour-long, leather-clad vampire-slaying mission!” from Nintendo Pro issue 33 (2000)

ONM Remembered – Staff Week, day 3

“New Year’s High Resolution: sneak references to expensive clothing companies into the reviews in an attempt to get some freebies” from N64 Pro issue 4 (February 1998)

ONM Remembered – #269

“Thanks to: Viruses which leave only one person in the world, WCW fans, Adrian Weston, fair and frank discussion” from N64 Pro issue 6 (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 – #252

“We’re building a machine with only one purpose – to play video games!” from Nintendo Pro issue 33 (2000)

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 – #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 – #237

“Imagine if you were ten and were asked to draw a sumo wrestler in 30 seconds using thick marker pens, it would look like the sumos in Oozumo.” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – #220

“On his adventures, Ed runs into a CD-worshipping village (evil, evil!)…” from N64 Pro issue 5 (February 1998)

ONM Remembered – #210

“The next best thing to having one parked in your drive…” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)

ONM Remembered – #207

“COMPATIBLE WITH ALL “RUMBLE PAKā„¢” GAMES” from N64 Pro issue 6 (April 1998)