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Reggie Still Loves You Long Time

By Kevin on Sep 26 2012 08:49 PM
In a recent letter to fans, President of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aime and Nintendo Power Editor in Chief Chris Slate, thanked Nintendo Power subscribers for their loyalty as Nintendo fans. Reggie's parting words didn't seem to have that shiny sincerity behind it, as he quickly wrapped up his words with an advertising pitch for himself. Chris, on the other hand, stayed true and took the opportunity to express his genuine interest in the subject at hand.

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At the bottom-left of the letter, Nintendo Power subscribers are made aware of what's going to happen to their subscription account after they receive the final issue (December 2012) of Nintendo Power. The text is rather small in the image, so here is what it says.

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Thank you for being a Nintendo Power subscriber! If your subscription extends past the final December 2012 issue, you will receive a refund or credit card credit of the remaining value of your subscription. If you reside in the US or Canada, your refund will arrive within 4-6 weeks after the December 2012 issue; for customers outside the US & Canada, your refund will arrive 6-10 weeks after the December 2012 issue. For more information, go to nintendopower.com.

Source: Destuctoid


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Comments: 6

This is sad. At least they are sending acknowledgment letters. I mean it is something...

View Postaquizero, on 27 September 2012 - 07:00 AM, said:

This is sad. At least they are sending acknowledgment letters. I mean it is something...

What makes you think they're sending them? You know, I got into a discussion about that very same thing with a few folks on Twitter earlier today. So, I'd like to know where you're getting that information at.

View PostKevin, on 27 September 2012 - 07:41 AM, said:

What makes you think they're sending them? You know, I got into a discussion about that very same thing with a few folks on Twitter earlier today. So, I'd like to know where you're getting that information at.

Well first, why would it be printed? Second, I read from several online articles "Nintendo sends out farewell letters to subscribers". The one example I can give you is Destructoid. Though this may all just be speculation.

View Postaquizero, on 27 September 2012 - 08:07 AM, said:

Well first, why would it be printed? Second, I read from several online articles "Nintendo sends out farewell letters to subscribers". The one example I can give you is Destructoid. Though this may all just be speculation.

I've learned to take what online sources post, with a grain a salt. Plus, Destructoid?! Wow, man. You should know better than that! :lol:

They have some of the laziest writers on the Internet and they have no Quality Control in active practice. Also, I was just corresponding with @ChrisTheHoff from Nintendo Power about this. Here's what he had to say.

https://twitter.com/...659269768028160
Always belive what Kevin says after all he is close to the source of NIntendo he is in Japan. :P

View PostBuffinator, on 09 October 2012 - 05:35 PM, said:

Always believe what Kevin says after all he is close to the source of Nintendo he is in Japan. :P

Eh...not true. I just happened to be correct about this. :lol: