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Nintendo Power
Nintendo Power (logo).png
Editor Chris Slate (2008-2011)
Steve Thomason (2012)
Categories Video games
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 475,000
Publisher Nintendo (former), Future US (current)
First issue July/August 1988
Final issue December 2012
Country NAUnited States
CANCanada
Language English

Nintendo Power was the official Nintendo magazine for North America. It has supplied Nintendo fans with in-game information for 24 years starting with its July/August 1988 issue and ending in December 2012.

Animal Crossing in Nintendo Power

Issue #235

During the Animal Crossing era, each issue included an edition of the Crossing Guardian. It also distributed Animal Crossing-e cards and published Universal Codes for unique furniture.

Nintendo Power in Animal Crossing

In Animal Crossing, villagers sometimes mention Nintendo Power, and may ask for the player's help with a maze in the back of it.

Issue #1


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