MOTHER 3 Plushie Mania!
A few weeks ago I spotted an issue of Family Computer magazine up for auction, except it was quite a bit of money. But jrronimo on Twitter was like, “Hey, I’ll totally get it for you and send it to you for free!” And then I was like, “Whoa, you rock!”
Yesterday the magazine finally arrived at my lair and what I found was really interesting. This is the June 3, 1994 issue, which places it only a few months before MOTHER 2’s release. For some reason – probably just to have a ton of content to show – the MOTHER 2 preview in this issue features several pages of really old screenshots right alongside more recent screenshots. Some of these old screenshots we’ve seen before (here and here, for instance), but some are completely new to me!
Here are some quick scans I made for everyone to see:
I don’t have the time to translate everything here, but just at a quick glance I see:
- The Mach Pizza delivery is done by the Mach Pizza lady and not the guy with the big hat
- Paula’s original clay model is used here
- Pokey and King are following Ness… in broad daylight?
- Poo is out of HP in one screenshot and has a big X over his HP and PP
- The coffee enemy is missing its giant splash in its graphics
For some reason the article writer also thinks Belch’s base is in the Deep Darkness. I haven’t fully read everything else, but if I do find anything else of interest I’ll update this post.
In the meantime, if you find anything else interesting in these scans, let me know in the comments!
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13 Comments to MOTHER 2 Preview in Family Computer 11
- DJ: From what I’ve gathered I’m pretty sure he still writes copy, so they’re an ad company.
- cosmodos: What does his company even do? Is it actually lucrative? From what I can gather (not knowing Japanese), it’s just his blog, and he...
- Jason: http://www.ipokiso.com/company /2017/hobonichi.html The anticipated price per share is 2,300 yen. As for those wishing to purchase a share...
- Leeaux: Hey I just saw this! Really interesting watch to. Lots of little fun facts.
- Mary: The “behind the scenes” video on how the Ness animation was made is great too. The animators channel is A + Start.