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Nintendo Power/Volume 135

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Nintendo Power
<- Volume 134 Volume 136 ->

Volume 135 of Nintendo Power was the August 2000 issue of the magazine. The cover feature for this month's issue was Mario Tennis for Nintendo 64.

Player's Pulse[edit]

Features reader letters and submissions for character crossovers in other games, as well as answering questions about the awards.

Power Charts[edit]

The top games of the month as voted on by readers:

Nintendo 64 Top 20

# Game Company Last Month Months on Chart
1 The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Nintendo 4 20
2 Pokémon Stadium Nintendo 2 3
3 GoldenEye 007 Nintendo 3 44
4 Donkey Kong 64 Rare 5 5
5 Super Smash Bros. Nintendo 6 14
6 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater Activision 1 2
7 Jet Force Gemini Rare 8 8
8 WWF WrestleMania 2000 THQ 7 5
9 Mario Party 2 Nintendo 1
10 Harvest Moon 64 Natsume 13 5
11 Pokémon Snap Nintendo 11 12
12 Banjo-Kazooie Rare 18 24
13 Super Mario 64 Nintendo 20 47
14 Star Wars: Rogue Squadron LucasArts 17 18
15 Mario Party Nintendo 10 17
16 Mario Kart 64 Nintendo 43
17 Star Wars Episode 1: Racer LucasArts 10
18 Resident Evil 2 Capcom 15 5
19 Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 3D0 12 8
20 Gauntlet Legends Midway 19 7

Game Boy Top 10

# Game Company Last Month Months on Chart
1 Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow Versions Nintendo 1 21
2 The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening / DX Nintendo 2 88
3 Pokémon Trading Card Game Nintendo 4 2
4 Pokémon Pinball Nintendo 3 11
5 Super Mario Bros. Deluxe Nintendo 6 7
6 James Bond 007 Nintendo 5 28
7 Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins Nintendo 90
8 Army Men 3D0 7 2
9 Donkey Kong Land Nintendo 9 61
10 Kirby's Dream Land 2 Nintendo 57

Most Wanted

  1. Dolphin
  2. The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (N64)
  3. Pokémon Gold and Silver (Game Boy)
  4. Banjo-Tooie (N64)
  5. Zelda: Fruit of the Mysterious Tree (Game Boy)
  6. Pokémon Puzzle League (N64)
  7. Hey You, Pikachu! (N64)
  8. Game Boy Advance
  9. EarthBound 64 (N64)
  10. X-Men: Mutant Academy (N64)

Nintendo Power Online[edit]

Mario Tennis[edit]

A seven-page feature on Mario Tennis, which tells about the game's modes, how to play, strategies, all of the game's characters, and an interview with Camelot President Hiroyuki Takahashi and Vice President Syugo Takahashi.

Ogre Quest 64[edit]

A nine-page feature on Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber. The feature discusses gameplay and gives a strategy guide for the first nine scenes of the game.

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