Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Continue? Yes!

Hello, this is Jeremii of Nintendium 128, also one of the leaders of Operation: Power Up.   Today, December 11, 2012, is the day where the last issue of Nintendo Power will be published.  My subscription ended around October, a few months after Nintendo confirm the cancellation of Nintendo Power, so there was no way for me to renew.  Be that as it may, I went to pick up the last issue.  As I saw the issue out on display, it felt like a surreal experience.  Seeing the giant homage to the first issue of Nintendo was heartwarming.  However knowing this might possibly the last issue ever was deeply saddening.  It felt like an end of an era.  I always felt that Nintendo Power will always be there, like Nintendo itself.  However seeing the words “Final Issue” was just too unreal.  

At the end of the issue, there’s a picture the reads “Game Over!  Thanks for reading!”  We of Operation: Power Up are looking for the “Continue” option.  Please continue to support us in hopes of Nintendo of America bringing back or resurrecting Nintendo Power as a magazine or some sort of digital format.  Don’t let this legacy die now.  Sign our petition, join or Facebook, follow us on Twitter, join our events, write letters to Nintendo of America to let them know that you want the Power, Nintendo Power.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Operation: Power Up / Nintendium 128 at The Legend of Zelda

On November 3, 2012, Operation: Power Up members and the crew of Nintendium 128 went to the The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses at San Antonio to show support and get supporters of our campaign.  Here's some pictures:

Special thanks to Eimear Noone and Jeron Moore for letting us do this!

So what care to help?  Read this post.  For those who attended, thanks for your taking a minute to take a picture and uploading it to the internet!  Let us show Nintendo of America we still care about Nintendo Power!

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Mission: Nintendo Power Photo Shoot Symphony

The crew from Nintendium 128 are gonna shoot some pictures near the The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses in San Antonio.  Come join us and take a few pictures along with a giant banner and possibly a giant AR card.

We're trying to show Nintendo of America there's still a market for Nintendo Power.   And what better way then getting their attention at a Zelda Symphony?

Once you're there take a picture or join us in a picture and send them to Nintendo through the 3DS Photo Showcase or mail them a picture and a letter stating that you want Nintendo Power back to these addresses:

Nintendo of America
PO Box 957
Redmond WA 98073

Nintendo Power
Customer Service Manager
4000 Shoreline Court, Suite 400
South San Francisco, CA 94080

Or email them to:

Can't make it to the event itself?  We'll be posting pictures on our website and Facebook.  Just get the pictures there and send it to them and or share them.   More details soon.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Mission: S.N.A.P.

Our first event of Operation: Power Up!

Mission:  S.N.A.P., showing Nintendo of America Power.
Nintendo 3DS Photo Showcase is a website that allows 3DS users to take pictures with their 3DS and submit it to Nintendo and have it featured it on the website! 

So our plan is to raise awareness of Nintendo Power by submitting pictures of Nintendo Power with our 3DSs and then share the pictures on Facebook from their website.

Here's our submission:

What we need for you to do.  Take a picture of any issue of Nintendo Power with your 3DS and submit it to the website.  Click here on how to submit.  Submit as many pictures as you can.  We're trying to get NoA's attention that we still care about Nintendo Power!  Also post and share pics of Nintendo Power on our Facebook as well!

See you next mission!

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Operation: Power Up Video

We have made a video to promote our campaign!  Please help us spread the word on us!

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Welcome to Operation Power Up! Our mission is to convince Nintendo to keep Nintendo Power alive. Please like our page and support the movement. We are currently concentrating on increasing our numbers. So if you wish to join the cause, your first mission as a defender of Nintendo Power is to spread the word. We'll need all the soldiers we can get!

Check out our Facebook!