the end of Nintendo Power in December 2012, a group known as Nintendo
Force attempted to fill the void with their own magazine. Just over a
year and seven issues later, Nintendo Force has turned to Kickstarter
to keep Nintendo Force Magazine going for a second year.

turning to Kickstarter mean the magazine was a failure? Not quite.
One of the writers for the magazine, Johnathan Holmes, defends the
choice, claiming Nintendo Force was successful and that through the system they can budget more efficiently and offer
both discounts and stretch goals. Two of the three revealed stretch
goals will add posters to some of the upcoming issues.

you want to get a subscription to the magazine, you can do so through
the Kickstarter, and the next few hundred people to do so will get
theirs at a discounted price. If you want to know more about what the
magazine includes, you can check out some preview pages from the
first six issues on the Nintendo Force website.

Source: Kickstarter

Our Verdict

Drew Navarre
Name's Drew. Currently making my way through Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time series and waiting for The Winds of Winter (A Song of Ice and Fire 6). I'm a subscriber to Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic Universe, and Mega Man and I read Superior Spider-man when I can. I'm a pretty big Nintendo fan, but enjoy the other companies as well. As it stands, I have a Wii U and a new gaming desktop (3.5ghz processor, 2GB video card, 8GB RAM with support for 32GB) and plan on getting a PS4 in 2014. As for Xbox One, we'll see, but I'm sure I'll add it eventually.


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