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ONM Remembered – #478

“Ed’s a loopy alien who, while cleaning up his spaceship, accidentally chucked a can of cosmic tonic down to earth. Oops!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 86 (November 1999)

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 – #475

“As a result of the explosion, the flourescent orange flight recorder blows out of ‘copter and down the hill. D’oh! You’re the bloke who has got to find it in the dark!” from Goldeneye 007 Field Agent’s Manual (pack-in with Official Nintendo Magazine issue 64, January 1998)

ONM Remembered – #474

“Give Daryl online or his GameCube gets it” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 119 (August 2002)

ONM Remembered – #473

“Surely this must be quite exciting? Actually, no. We’ve made more exciting cups of tea.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 07 (September 2006)

ONM Remembered – #472

“Apparently, us British love to eat sissy scones with our tea! What a cheek!” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 88 (January 2000)

ONM Remembered – #470

“Given the massive storage capacity of Nintendo’s disk drive, Mother 3 will undoubtedly be the biggest adventure game ever on a home console.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 64 (January 1998)

ONM Remembered – #468

“This month’s Ultimate Warrior looks like a cutey, but his creator reckons he’d put up quite a fight.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 78 (March 1999) (big ups to oldgamemags.com for the scans!)

ONM Remembered – #467

“Bored after saving the world from the nuclear missile crisis, the Blast Corps crew decide to stage a no-holds-barred race through towns and countryside.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 66 (March 1998)

ONM Remembered – #465

“After finishing this letter, I didn’t know whether to congratulate you or call the police.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 58 (July 1997)

ONM Remembered – #464

“COLLECT $200.00 SALARY AS YOU PASS GO” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 148 (January 2005)

ONM Remembered – #463

“Look out for these cool Frogger chain games from Tiger. They’re fast, furious ‘n’ fun.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 85 (October 1999)

ONM Remembered – #462

“OFFICIAL ALWAYS FIRST BIGGEST AND BEST” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 85 (October 1999) The longer I look at that raptor, the more it looks like a meticulously painted jellybean.

ONM Remembered – #461

“Pull on yer baggy trousers and catch some air.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 88 (January 2000)

ONM Remembered – #459

“The official word on the Nintendo grapevine is that he’s going to be called Derek in the Gamecube version.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 104 (May 2001)

ONM Remembered – #458

“If things are getting tough and your Yoshis are being slaughtered, it’s time to call on a renegade band of mercenaries.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 62 (November 1997) (big ups to oldgamemags.com for the scans!)

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 – Pack-In Week, day 7

“Crumble, you ancient pillars! Feel Fox Power!” from Lylat Wars Pilot’s Guide (pack-in with Official Nintendo Magazine issue 62, November 1997)

ONM Remembered – Pack-In Week, day 6

“Biokinton is an enemy who throws flying chickens at Mario while floating around inside a cloud. Nobody knows what Biokinton looks like behind his cloud, not even Biokinton’s mum.” from The Complete Mario Encyclopedia (pack-in with Official Nintendo Magazine issue 07, September 2006) One of the later pack-ins, coming out after ONM had their big […]

ONM Remembered – Pack-In Week, day 5

“But have no fear, loyal Kongsters, ‘cos your ONM tips book is here to guide you through even the toughest race…” from Diddy Kong Racing Advanced Driver’s Manual (pack-in with Official Nintendo Magazine issue 64, December 1997)