The King and the Donkey

The King and the Donkey

Before Nintendo released their first home console system, their American branch was in the business of licensing games to other manufacturers. Spanner details a defining moment of Nintendo of America, its legal battle with Universal Studios over Donkey Kong.

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I'm a bit worried about the fact The Escapist is reprinting old articles in new issues.
With the articles still available throught the archives, I don't find "padding out" issues with past articles agreeable, especially if they come instead of new ones.
Am I alone in this?

I see what you mean, but Im not worried... yet

sharp_as_a_cork:
I'm a bit worried about the fact The Escapist is reprinting old articles in new issues.

Don't worry, it's not a trend. We basically only re-run articles when we A) are on vacation, or B) get boned at the last minute on something we were expecting, but didn't arrive on time or meet our standards for publication. That we've run two issues back-to-back with reprints is somewhat of an anomaly.

Besides, some folks may have missed these articles the first time. Take solace in your awesomeness that you've become such an expert on our publication that we can't possibly pull one over on you, and I promise we'll try not to do it again.

 

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