DSi XL Nintendo Website Contest Top 10
It’s taken me most of the day to count the 1,500 votes cast for the best Nintendo Fan site on the web. Now I can reveal the winner… but I’m going to tease it. I’ll be counting down the top 10 (well 11 actually) most popular websites between now and Saturday. Keep checking back to see if your favourite has won the Nintendo DSi XL.
10 (Joint) – Hyrule.net
Hyrule.net has been around for 11 years and for all those years has provided a place where Zelda fans can stop by and communicate with other strong Zelda Fans. We provide our users with game information such as: walkthroughs, various guides and a chatroom to receive help in any zelda game
10 (Joint) – Legendary Pokémon
Legendary Pokémon is a 10 year old, English-Greek fansite about… Pokémon! It is well known for its in-depth Pokédex, trainer tools, including the most popular IV Calculator and also its accuracy and validity on the latest Pokémon news.
8 (Joint) – Mario Wiki
The Super Mario Wiki is a collaborative knowledge-base for everything Mario. Facts, games, characters—you name it. The site also has a forum and chatroom which bring the community together as the amount of Mario information grows. Anyone can edit articles and add information to further the ultimate goal of including all Mario knowledge.
8 (Joint) – Nintendo Land
NintendoLand has been around since late 1997, giving you the most in classic Nintendo information. Nostalgic is this sites middle name, with an old style layout, this site was the first main Nintendo fansite on the internet, it was even mentioned in Nintendo Power itself.
7 – gameSniped
gameSniped strives showcase the most obscure and really rare video game items out there! We also point out items that are going at a steal, and other stuff that’s just plain interesting. Check out our section on the
worlds most expensive video games. Games that sell for over $10,000.00? You bet!
6 – The PokéCommunity
The PokéCommunity is a discussion forum and community site for Pokémon fans all over the world. Discussions include games, trading card game, strategies, TV series, movies, role play, fan fiction, and trivia and more. Come join the fun!
5 – Legend of Zelda.com
Legend of Zelda
LegendOfZelda.com is one of the oldest and largest Zelda fan sites on the web, celebrating ten years online. Our forum community is among the most active you’ll find anywhere, and our media collection is unrivaled.
4 – N-Europe
Providing quality global Nintendo coverage from a European perspective for more than ten years!
3 – Boo Mansion
Boo Mansion is a site dedicated to covering the Super Mario Bros. series. It is a news, reference, and discussion site working to cover all Mario games from 1981 to the present day. Other content includes multimedia such as wallpapers, screensavers, fonts, widgets and other downloads. Boo Mansion also features several forms of interactive content, such as flash games, a Mario Trading Card Game and the community forums.
2 – GBArl.it
Active since 2004 and with more than 37,000 users each day populating its forum and portal, GbaRL is the leading italian reality for Nintendo handheld power gaming and hacking. Covering news of general gaming, Nintendo breakthroughs and welcoming programmers, hackers and flashcart manufacturers alike, with time it has become a meeting point for just about everyone in love with videogaming and the Nintendo brand; throughout the years we have scored a number of successful exclusive reviews, bringing our readers always the newest and latest of everything gaming, up to the point of spawning two branches covering both Sony handhelds and next-gen gaming, with a weekly “What’s New” feature covering upcoming releases, a lively chat room with games, sales data charts, an extensive Download Zone with the best software available for GBA and DS, and our archive of user guides, tutorials and reviews..
No matter what you seek, if news, advice, help, or just plain fun, GbaRL is the answer!
1 – Zelda Universe
Zelda Universe is the largest Legend of Zelda fansite online. With nearly nine years of history, Zelda Universe has a growing community over over fifty thousand Zelda fans on its forums, as well as guides, information, soundtracks and images for every Zelda game.