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Originally published in-house by [[Nintendo of America]], publishing duties were later contracted to {{wp|Future US}} in 2007. The magazine debuted with its first issue in July 1988, and ended publication in December 2012.
 
Originally published in-house by [[Nintendo of America]], publishing duties were later contracted to {{wp|Future US}} in 2007. The magazine debuted with its first issue in July 1988, and ended publication in December 2012.
  
in December 2017, the ''Nintendo Power'' brand would be brought back in the form of ''[[Nintendo Power Podcast]]'', hosted by the magazine's former editor-in-chief [[Chris Slate]].
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in December 2017, the ''Nintendo Power'' brand would be brought back in the form of ''[[Nintendo Power Podcast]]'', hosted by the magazine's former editor-in-chief Chris Slate.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
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Later, Nintendo would begin releasing the ''[[Official Nintendo Player's Guide]]''. Unlike the previous guides, these were not included with subscriptions, and instead had to be purchased separately. Initially these guides were similar to ''The Official Nintendo Player's Guide'' and covered multiple games for one console, though the format was later converted so that each guidebook would cover one specific game, and are only made for Nintendo-published games.
 
Later, Nintendo would begin releasing the ''[[Official Nintendo Player's Guide]]''. Unlike the previous guides, these were not included with subscriptions, and instead had to be purchased separately. Initially these guides were similar to ''The Official Nintendo Player's Guide'' and covered multiple games for one console, though the format was later converted so that each guidebook would cover one specific game, and are only made for Nintendo-published games.
  
After ''Nintendo Power'' was given to Future, the guidebooks were discontinued.
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After ''Nintendo Power'' was given to Future, the guidebooks was discontinued.
==Notable Staff==
 
*[[Scott Pelland]] (Editor-in-Chief until 2007)
 
*Chris Slate (Editor-in-chief until early 2012)
 
*[[Steve Thomason]] (Editor-in-chief until the magazine's cancellation in 2012)
 
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

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