Nintendo Power #14
While Rescue Rangers gets the cover, the highlights of the issue have to be the continuation of the Final Fantasy feature from issue 12 and the first extended look at Castlevania 3.This month’s issue also highlights another CES show where we see the first screens for TMNT 2: The Arcade Game, Dr. Mario and Mega Man 3. After looking at Rescue Rangers, we get a look at the Metal Gear game that’s not considered cannon anymore, Snakes Revenge.
With the expanded library of Game Boy games coming out around this time, the Game Boy coverage also expanded. This issue features 10 Game Boy titles, up from 8 in the previous issues with highlights being Double Dragon and a Final Fantasy game that isn’t really a Final Fantasy game, Final Fantasy Legend.
After the Game Boy, we get a 2 page look at Castlevania 3 with the reveal that there were 4 characters playable in this game compared to just the single player character in previous titles. Based on the power meter rankings, they knew this game would be a big hit for years to come.
Next issue is once again a strategy guide, this time for Ninja Gaiden 2. Hope you enjoy this issue and seed you next time! Play with power!
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