Introducing the Nintendo Invader Newsletter!

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It’s almost Nintendo Invader’s fourth birthday, and it’s time for a change.

I started the blog back in March 2011 when I should’ve been revising for my GCSEs, and wrote a few things every now and then. As the site gained momentum, posts became more frequent, and a few people jumped on board to help with content.

Things were looking good, but then I ended up with a ‘real’ job, and finding the time to dedicate to writing became harder. Aside from a few reviews, content sadly grinded to a halt late last year.

Now, instead of focusing on increasingly irrelevant news posts that pop up in near-identical format across the hundreds of fan-sites and blogs, I want to try something new!

That’s where the Nintendo Invader Newsletter comes in!

There’ll be no copy-paste press releases, generic lists of the week’s eShop downloads or click-bait articles. Instead, we’ll be focusing on the good stuff – the stuff you want to read.

We’ll do a round-up of the coolest Nintendo news, summarise the best new releases, and look ahead to games on the horizon. As we get established, we’ll also cover the best places to get your hands on amiibo, feature your fan-art, and go the extra mile to deliver bonus issues whenever a wild Nintendo Direct appears.

If you’d like to receive the latest issue of the Nintendo Invader Newsletter, direct to your e-mail inbox every month, all we ask is that you make a small pledge to our Patreon campaign. $1 – or 65p – per month will get you every issue we publish, and will help us cover all costs that go into maintaining this here website and getting our humble newsletter up and running.

As thanks for being a reader, we’re giving you three months free!

Simply fill in the form below, and we’ll add you to our mailing list for three months. If you don’t like what we’re offering, no hard feelings!

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