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Nintendo Gamer #3 (#73) Scores and info


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New issue's just popped through t'letterbox, so another round-up is due.

Features:

Wii U: The Truth

The 25 Heartbreakingest Nintendo Moments

Interview: Hironobu Sakaguchi

Replay: Freedom Fighters

Time Warp: Viewtiful Joe

Still Playing: Xenoblade Chronicles

Judgement Play: Glover, WCW/nWo Revenge, Solstice

Reviews:

Wii: Mario Party 9 - 80

3DS: Nano Assault - 75

3DS: One Piece: Unlimited Cruise SP - 31

3DS: Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games - 70

3DS: Pac-Man Party 3D - 50

DS: Captain Morgane & The Golden Turtle - 50

3DS: Secret Mysteries in London - 21

Wii: Kiki Trick - 78

3DS: Order Up!! - 62

3DS: Reel Fishing Paradise 3D - 65

DS: Heroes of Hellas 2: Olympia - 29

Online and Online Shop Reviews:

3DS: Resident Evil: Revelations (Online mode) - 94

WiiWare: Bobby Carrot Forever - 54

WiiWare: TNT Racers - 47

Wii Virtual Console: Prince of Persia (Super NES) - 87

3DS Virtual Console: Prince of Persia (GBC) - 50

3DS Virtual Console: Balloon Kid (GB) - 76

3DSWare: 3D Classics: Kid Icarus - 80

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It's a really, really good magazine - NGamer was beginning to feel a bit tired and samey, but the relaunch has given it a real kick up the arse so it feels like a 'proper' magazine again. Lovely design too, and it still has that cosy, charming feel passed down from Super Play, N64 and NGC.

Shame it's unlikely to see a big improvement on NGamer's terrible sales figures, mind you. I can't really see where a load of new readers are suddenly going to appear from, regardless of how good the mag itself is.

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I picked up issue 3 yesterday. It's become a bit of a monthly ritual for me now; do a bit of shopping, pick up Nintendo Gamer, spot of lunch and perhaps purchase a game or two (SSFIV3D, Monster Hunter Tri and Wii Music yesterday).

The Wii U info throughout this issue is just excellent. It put everything neatly into perspective and made a lot of sense.

What I love most about this mag is that it never ever licks Nintendo's bottom. Fair and critical always.

It really is the best mag out there including Edge and Games TM. I hope it gains lots of support.

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