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    I remember back in the day reading nintendo power and I do remember one issue where they had a contest where you could win the phone booth from bill and ted's excellent adventure. It is sad it will not be around anymore but we can always keep it going on the interwebb.

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    I just Nintendo Power at Walmart yesterday.

    My first encounter with this magazine was when I was 17 or so. My cousin had been collecting them for years and just up and decided to unload them on me. I carved a lot of them up and stashed some of my favorite pics in a photo album. That didn't hold together so well though. I think I made a few collages that I "stapled" together by photo copier. I lose a lot of stuff though. Today, I think I have like 40 magazines left out of a stash of close to 300. Now my collection is mostly comprised of PSM and GIM and AI and Otaku mags.
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    I never really got into N Power, but I understand the loss suffered by its demise. When Electronic Gaming Monthly called it quits, that was awful, it just sucked. I think they only do a digital mag nowadays.

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