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  1. Metroid is an action-adventure game for the Famicom Disk System developed and published by Nintendo. Outside of Japan, it was released on the NES. Released: (JP) August 6, 1986 (NA) August 1987
  2. Volleyball was developed and published by Nintendo for the Famicom/NES. Released: (JP) July 21, 1986 (NA) March 1987
  3. kitsunebi

    Red Alarm (Japan) (2)

    Red Alarm is a first-person polygonal shoot-em-up (a la Star Fox) developed by T&E Soft and published by Nintendo for the Virtual Boy. Released: (JP) July 21, 1995 (NA) August 14, 1995
  4. christian

    Mother 2

    © nintendo

  5. Metroid II is a platform game developed by Nintendo and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. Released: NA: November 1991 JP: January 21, 1992 EU: May 21, 1992
  6. Zelda no Densetsu: Kamigami no Triforce is a top-down action game with puzzle-solving elements developed and published by Nintendo. It was released in the US as The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Released: (JP) November 21, 1991 (US) April 1992
  7. I figure this is my best bet. I distinctly remember a full color, multiple NES game guide that I used to check out from the local library alot when I was a kid. It fascinated me, as I bobbled up anything Nintendo. The thing is I cannot remember its name so I can Amazon or EBay it like I have with the rest of my collection. Its the last magazine/strategy guide on my list, but I cant seem to find it. Going off of memory, I will describe it the best I can: ~I am 80% sure it had a green cover. ~It was not a Consumer Guide as it does not have a Sprial Spine ~It was nothing but NES games and had full color screenies ~I specifacally remember it covered Super Mario 3, Megaman 3, and had a small review of Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle, which I am sure was near the back.Therefore, I would think it was realeased in 90, 91 at the least. Any and all help would be most appreciated, as I said its the last magazine on my list.
  8. kitsunebi

    Red Alarm (Japan) (1)

    Red Alarm is a first-person polygonal shoot-em-up (a la Star Fox) developed by T&E Soft and published by Nintendo for the Virtual Boy. Released: (JP) July 21, 1995 (NA) August 14, 1995
  9. Games featured in this ad: Mario and Wario (a puzzle game compatible with the mouse, not released outside of Japan) Super Mario Collection (released as Super Mario All-Stars in the US) The Legend of Zelda: A Link To the Past StarFox Super Mario Kart

    © nintendo

  10. Yoshi no Tamago is a puzzle game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for both the Famicom/NES and the Game Boy. It was released in the US as Yoshi and in Europe as Mario and Yoshi. Released: NES/Famicom JP: December 14, 1991 NA: June 1992 EU: December 10, 1992 Game Boy JP: December 14, 1991 NA: July 10, 1992 EU: December 17, 1992
  11. christian

    fire emblem

    advertising " fire emblem " super famicom from famitsu

    © nintendo

  12. christian

    rockman X

    advertising " rockman x " super famicom from famitsu

    © nintendo

  13. Release date(s) NA: October 5, 1992 JP: September 10, 1993 EU: October 1993 advertising "mystic quest - final fantasy " version super famicom from famitsu

    © nintendo

  14. Collection of enhanced versions of Super Mario Bros. 1-3 plus the American version of Super Mario 2. Release date(s) JP: July 14, 1993 NA: August 1, 1993 PAL: December 16, 1993 advertising paper from my famitsu collection, mario all stars japanese super famicom

    © nintendo

  15. Radar Mission is mostly a Battleship board game clone from Nintendo with one mode like the board game and a second mode like a side-scrolling shooter Released: (JP) October 23, 1990 (NA) 1990 F-1 Race is an arcade style racing game from Nintendo Released: (JP) November 9, 1990 (NA) February, 1991
  16. kitsunebi

    Star Fox (Brazil)

    Release date(s) JP: February 21, 1993 NA: March 26, 1993 EU: June 3, 1993
  17. Hey everyone, I just wanted to pop over and say thank you for all the fine work you've done to make Nintendo Power scans available to everyone to download! I run a podcast called Playing With Power along with my friend Mike where we talk through an issue of Nintendo Power on each episode, starting with the first ones back in 1988. It's been a lot of fun and having access to retromags.com has made it much easier to be able to view the magazines digitally and share them with guests on the show. Every week we provide a preview to the upcoming episode along with a link to the scan on retromags.com. If you have any inkling in checking out the show, you can find Playing With Power on iTunes, Stitcher, or Podbean. Other ways to connect with us: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/playingwithpowerpodcast/ Twitter @getthepower88 Thanks again guys and keep up the good work! -Ben.
  18. As someone who grew up on a staple of Hanna-Barbera cartoons, this is some of the best Metroid fan-art I've ever seen.
  19. From the album: RetroDefense's Random Stuff

    What if the Metroid franchise had a Saturday morning cartoon show? Fantastic fanart! Prints available here.

    © Wil Overton (with props to Nintendo)

  20. Have you ever heard of Nintendo Magazine System UK? I'm pretty sure some people are too lazy to scan them.
  21. This may seem a bit odd but a few people I've come across know what I'm talking about (and at least one other person mentioned it around the internet through google searching) but some time during the 90's there was a magazine that provided either one page or a double spread of Bowser's head on a dinner plate, with his tongue sort of hanging out and him looking dead as can be with what appeared to be blood at the base of the head. I have been searching nonstop, going through 1995-1999 Nintendo Power and found nothing there (which is what one person assumed this page belonged to). I just have no idea what magazine it's in...it seems too morbid for Nintendo, so I'm thinking either GamePro, Electronic Gaming Monthly, Game Informer or even Playstation Magazine. The reason I'm searching for it is nostalgia .__.; already thanks to this site, I found a couple magazines that originally introduced me to some series (such as one of the Gamepros which showed an article on Resident Evil 2, my first introduction to the series before I finally started playing in 2002). I also want to show some friends this somewhat disturbing artwork. All the details I can muster on it, hopefully someone knows which magazine it was in (specifically the issue as well .__. . 1-2 Page spread (well it wasn't a spread perse, more or less it covered two pages) Bowser's head on a dinner plate, what appears to be blood at the base of the head Tongue hanging out, eyes slightly open Appears to be a candlelit dinner It was some sort of CG artwork, actually quite a bit realistic. I believe there was reflection in the blood from the light. Sort of similar to the CG artwork Nintendo was churning out around the time Super Mario 64 came out but from what I remember, it looked better than that. Just seems so odd but it also makes me wonder - what the heck was it advertising in the first place? Haha...I hope someone here can help me, this is an amazing site and has been a great database of nostalgic material.
  22. Hi there. I have never searched for it (or maybe the question has been asked before), but anyone knows why some SNES got a brown-like tone and others not? Here as example is my SNES: Regards, Glabrezu.