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Episode 220: Sway Those Hips and Dance That Belly

by Andrew Brown, Zachary Miller, and Carmine Red - February 9, 2017, 10:51 pm EST
Total comments: 1

The Shantae super fans unite to chat about the series.

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It's time to dance your way to downloading Connectivity 220!

This week Zach, Carmine and Andrew discuss the Shantae series, all these guys are big, big fans of the series so tune in to listen to them chat about it for an hour.

We also have a contest to win some download codes for Shantae: Half Genie Hero, check out the episode for the deets.

The musical selection for this week is the Credits theme from Shantae on GBC.

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This episode was edited by Nicholas Bray. The Connectivity logo was provided by Andrew Brown, and the opening theme song was provided by Perry Burkum. Check out more of Perry's music at Bluffs Custom Music.


ClexYoshiFebruary 19, 2017

thanks for this one, guys. This is the first time I've actually listened to an episode of Connectivity in some time.

Still, glad to hear folks getting on board with Shantae and such. I've said everything I need to say about Half-Genie Hero in my reader review over on the reader review board... well, maybe I'll update the thread with the various modes. strangely enough, I'm wondering what they're going to do to differentiate Ninja Shantae, Beach Shantae, and Patty Wagon Shantae since I know that they planned for those modes to have their own attributes. I'm also befuddled why they didn't have blue shantae at launch. oh well.

Man, if I were in your guys' boots, I'd LOVE to interview Matt Bozon so much... Although I'd probably preface it by saying that I'd be asking a lot of questions about SNES Shantae and Risky's Revolution and other such things that'd eventually find their way to the cutting room floor or unseen64 or such.

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