Nintendo Magazine (2022 Summer)

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Nintendo Magazine (2022 Summer) is a magazine published by Nintendo. It is the fifth issue in the Nintendo Magazine series and included both Japanese and English versions.[2]

Zelda Content

Enjoy the Summer Wilderness with Pokémon and Zelda! (p.16-17)

This section highlights Breath of the Wild and Pokémon Legends: Arceus as two games where you can explore nature.[3] This section includes some images from in Breath of the Wild, including a reused image from the Winter 2021 issue of Link shooting a Woodland Boar.[4] Other images include Link standing atop Mount Hylia, Link Cooking in front of the Old Man's Cabin, Link using Magnesis on a metal Treasure Chest to lift it out of some Water, and finally Link aiming a Shock Arrow at a few Mighty Porgies and an Armored Porgy. Also included in this section are some artworks of Copious Mushroom Skewers, Gourmet Poultry Curry, a Mighty Porgy, and a Bright-Eyed Crab.

This section details how metal Treasure Chests can be found submerged underwater and shows how Magnesis can be used to raise them up and out.[5] It also details a trick to catching Fish, explaining how using a Shock Arrow will electrocute all Fish in a large radius and make them easy to pick up.[6]


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  1. "[トピックス]「ニンテンドーマガジン 2022 summer」を配布中。デジタル版も公開。" — @Nintendo on Twitter, July 29, 2022 (Archive)
  2. "Excerpts from the Nintendo Magazine 2022 Summer (Digital edition) are also available in English." — @Nintendo on Twitter, July 29, 2022 (Archive)
  3. "Summer vacation is a great time to explore nature. Let's explore some activities you can enjoy in these games!" (Nintendo Magazine, 2022 Summer, pg. 16 (English))
  4. Nintendo Magazine, 2021 Winter, pg. 18 (English)
  5. "Why don't you ride a raft and search for treasure chests lying at the bottom of the sea? Let's become a treasure hunter today!" (Nintendo Magazine, 2022 Summer, pg. 17 (English))
  6. "Fish swim freely in the sea. You can grab them by hand, of course, but you can also use a Shock Arrow to electrocute them before you catch them." (Nintendo Magazine, 2022 Summer, pg. 17 (English))