Nintendo Universe to launch free digital magazine

London, UK - April 30, 2012 -- Nintendo Universe (  www.nintendo-universe.co.uk  ), a website dedicated to providing extensive coverage for Wii U, Wii, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS platforms, is pleased to announce plans to launch a free, monthly digital magazine.     

With Nintendo Universe set to attend the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the full-fledged magazine will launch toward the end of June and will provide extensive coverage of the latest software, hardware and accessories that will be on the show floor, focusing upon Nintendo's anticipated reveal of the Wii U.     

To coincide with such announcement, a preview issue has been made available today which can be   viewed on Issuu  , outlining the initial concept for its finalised design. Within, you will find preview and review coverage of recent and upcoming releases including Mario Tennis Open, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, Kid Icarus: Uprising, Pandora's Tower and Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure.     

"It's a particularly exciting time not only for Nintendo Universe and the new direction we're to undertake, but also for fans worldwide eagerly awaiting Nintendo, and third-party publishers, to lift the lid on their Wii U plans," said Nintendo Universe's editor  Alex Seedhouse .  "I had been contemplating a free digital magazine for quite some time, and felt that attending E3 this year will provide a fantastic springboard to ensure our debut issue will be packed with great content."

The digital magazine is planned to be made available across digital platforms, including iOS.

About Nintendo Universe         

Nintendo Universe was launched in October 2010, steadily expanding its readership to a level where it now reaches a global audience. The site has contributors in both North America and the UK, and prides itself on providing extensive coverage regarding worldwide Nintendo news.

 

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