...you'd think, "Well, they probably had a staff of 50 running around doing all sorts of different things." No, we did not.
December 11, 2012 10:16 AM Subscribe
Back then -- it's hard to imagine now, because we have so many tools, including YouTube walkthroughs and so on. It's hard to imagine that we were all playing games on little toilet paper tubes -- this narrow perspective of what the game world was. To have these maps suddenly spoke to how large the game world was, which then resulted in this tremendous feeling of empowerment, because you could feel it, finally. You could finally know what was beyond the edge of your television screen in the next area.Nintendo Power: Remembering America's Longest-Lasting Game Magazine (previously)
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