Alas, in those days I was strictly a SEGA Boy who read Sonic The Comic (and a fine publication it was too), so I wouldn't have had a reason to pick this up. I didn't start reading a Nintendo mag until after getting my Nintendo 64 by which point NMS had already changed it's name to simply "Nintendo Magazine" (although, funnily enough they referred to themselves as "ONM" too), with Issue 62 in November. What was on the cover? Why, Duke Nukem of course! Duke Nukem 64 got a score of 91%. Elsewhere inside it features the worlds first screenshots of "Hey You, Pikachu!", some very early Ocarina of Time screenshots, a review of Lylat Wars which scored 93%, and some fan-art of Mario in Mario Kart driving over a "Greystation". Mature bunch weren't we?
I still have a huge collection of almost every issue since (I'm only missing #63) right up to NOM's final issue (#162, February 2006). I love flicking through the older issues which include screenshots of games still in development and how different they ended up being.