The first issue of Nintendo Gamer has arrived on shelves.
The unofficial Nintendo magazine – formarly NGamer – is available in both print and on iPad. The cover price has been cut from £4.99 to £4.50.
A new website, www.nintendo-gamer.net, will also go live in February, complemented by a strong social media presence.
“With 3DS taking a strong foothold in the market and Wii U on the horizon, the Nintendo sector should be a more vibrant place in 2012,” said Lee Nutter, publisher for Future’s Nintendo portfolio.
“We’ve positioned Nintendo Gamer to deliver that excitement across print, web and iPad, in its own inimitable way.”
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