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ONM Remembered – #426

“The car engines sound like vacuum cleaners, and there aren’t many other sounds aside from that.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 88 (January 2000)

ONM Remembered – #421

“Even after artificially raising their hopes for a universal machine then releasing a late, overpriced, absurdly slower model and charging ludicrous sums for late, incompetently-converted games, such as, for example, Wave Race, Britain remains tenaciously eager! What could we possibly do next that’s more fun? Wait! I have it. We’ll delay the PAL Yoshi’s Island […]

ONM Remembered – #417

“If you drive off-road for more than three seconds, you get told off. Thanks, mum.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 07 (September 2006)

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 7

“Still, all the best games filch the best elements from films, and Mace’s character design is no exception. Well, at least they left the ‘Knights Who Say Nee’ out. Thankfully.” from N64 Magazine issue 9 (December 1997)

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 – Wallop Week, day 3

“Scott Norton was once mistaken for a beached whale, tranquilised and put into San Diego Zoo, only being discovered when the relevant authorities realised whales don’t speak English.” from N64 Magazine issue 12 (February 1998)

ONM Remembered – Wallop Week, day 2

“This handsome fellow is Gexorr, the final boss. He lives inside Zorr, the previous boss, to avoid council tax.” from 64 Magazine volume 9 (1998)

ONM Remembered – Wallop Week, day 1

“He’s got a scar on his face, so by the Hollywood rule of facial deformity he’s obviously a bad’un. Even if he does dress like a hotel valet.” from 64 Magazine volume 10 (1998)

ONM Remembered – #409

“Finish that zombie then take out the bad-ass with the teddy” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 122 (November 2002)

ONM Remembered – #382

“Now we’re talkin’. Super Smash Brothers’ll keep you button bashin’ for ages, ’til well past your bedtime.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 88 (January 2000)

ONM Remembered – #380

“The game’s so fast it’ll make some players puke” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 122 (November 2002)

ONM Remembered – #378

“Unfortunately this is another poor cash-in on a successful cartoon.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 119 (August 2002)

ONM Remembered – #372

“Arooga! Never mind those fancy fightin’ frolics. Gibbon half a chance, go for Donkey Kong and his primitive, brute strength.” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 78 (March 1999) (big ups to oldgamemags.com for the scans!)

ONM Remembered – #367

“Whoever came up with the idea of porting Wheel of Fortune to the N64 should be hurt.” from Total 64 volume 1 issue 12 (unknown date)

ONM Remembered – #363

“Everything that made the TV show so popular is in the game. Aside from the funny jokes, great animation and hilarious sound effects…” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 104 (May 2001)

ONM Remembered – #361

“Not your usual baseball sim” from Total 64 volume 1 issue 12 (unknown date)

ONM Remembered – #358

“EAT IT, MOUSE” from Official Nintendo Magazine issue 121 (October 2002)

ONM Remembered – #357

“Ah, Paul! Come again to show off your Pot Noodle? We can also eat, but we prefer fresh, nourishing food!” from N64 Magazine issue 8 (November 1997)