The February, 2010, Volume 4 Issue 2, of NintendoAge is now available to download. The monthly e-Zine covers everything Nintendo and the PDF can be downloaded for free (following a quick registration, if you aren't already). The e-zine has undergone a re-design this issue, with new layout artist Aquanistic (Alex) joining the NintendoAge team, so pop into the NintendoAge forums to let them know your thoughts on the new look.
This month's content includes:
Challenging the World: Vintage Nintendo Championships
Adventures of Kaz: The Lolo artist speaks!
Personal Arcades: A beginner's guide
A guide to collecting for the smallest Nintendo system library, Virtual Boy
The alternate faces of imported NES games
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