We Have Launched Our Nintendo Prime Community Forums!

What’s this, a wild forum has appeared? You betcha! While there are those out there that may say that forums are a relic of an internet age gone by, we here at Nintendo Prime see them in a very different light. You see, Nintendo Prime isn’t just one thing. Do you come to NintendoPrime.net for news? That’s awesome! However, calling us a news outlet just doesn’t suffice. Maybe you check out our YouTube channel, which hosts the Nintendo Prime Podcast and has daily video content. Maybe you only check us out on Facebook, where we post a copious amount of images, community generated, fan art, cool gift ideas, and obviously some meme fodder. Heck, while small we have a pretty nice dedicated following on Twitter that maybe just sits back waiting for the next entertaining bit of information.

Honestly, we do so much at Nintendo Prime already (and heck, we’re just getting started!) that it’s hard to completely catch everything at all times. That being said, that to me is where a centralized forum community really comes into play. The community itself will grow and evolve over time, but the goal is for it to be a bit of a central hub for our fan base. As we continue to grow daily, it will be nearly impossible to read every comment and every message sent our way in all the various places we exist, but we’ll always pay close attention to our forum base. You can gather there to talk about the latest from both Nintendo Prime and Nintendo themselves, or just to converse about whatever happens to be on your mind at the time.

As the place is new, you’ll have to forgive the lack of activity out the gate, but hopefully in the coming days, weeks, and months we’ll see a fostering community we can call our own. You obviously don’t have to use the forums – we’ll still try our best to keep up with everyone as much as we can – it’s just a difficult task in the current web environment we exist in. You can find a link to the forums at the top of the site, or simply click/tap right here.

Nathanial Rumphol-Janc

A veteran in the video game media sphere, Nathanial co-founded Gamnesia, founded MetroidWiki.org, ran the news the segment on the Zelda Universe Podcast, found and ran Zelda Domain from 1998 to 2006, and built Zelda Informer as the Editor-in-Chief from 2008 to 2017. He now owns and operates Nintendo Prime. You can follow him on twitter @NateJanc, otherwise just stay tuned at Nintendo Prime for more of his work.