That Rare Nintendo Power Comics Strip With a Naughty Word Can Be Yours …

Old-school fans know that Howard Phillips used to be Nintendo's Games Master, immortalized in the back-page "Howard & Nester" comic strip of the recently cancelled Nintendo Power magazine. Phillips is a guy who helped the company on its rise to power in the United States. He probably has all kinds of cool stuff locked… » 12/26/12 2:00pm 12/26/12 2:00pm

The Final Nintendo Power Cover is Awesomely Nostalgic

On the left, the cover of the final issue of Nintendo Power magazine, a publication that's been running since the 80s. It's great on its own, but when you remember what the first issue of Nintendo Power looked like, on the right, it's enough to bring a tear to the eye. » 11/29/12 9:45pm 11/29/12 9:45pm

One Man's Journey From Warehouse Worker to Nintendo Legend

Howard Phillips might not be as big » 8/28/12 1:00am 8/28/12 1:00am a name in Nintendo history as men like Shigeru Miyamoto, Satoru Iwata and Gunpei Yokoi. But his story is just as interesting, and the story of his role in the company's American invasion of the 1980s is one all Nintendo fans should enjoy.

Nintendo Confirms the End of the Nintendo Power Era

Yesterday, news broke suddenly that Nintendo Power—one of the oldest game magazines around—would be shutting down. Today, Nintendo confirms that the Future-published magazine is ending this year. Here's their official statement: » 8/22/12 12:45pm 8/22/12 12:45pm

Apple Co-Founder Was a Tetris Champion (and a Pain in Nintendo's Ass)

Steve Wozniak, aka Woz, was one of the co-founders of Apple back in 1976. When he left the company in 1987 (though he technically remains an employee to this day, drawing a nice salary), he needed something to do.


One of those things was to become a Tetris champion. » 7/17/12 11:00pm 7/17/12 11:00pm