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Podcast Discussion / Episode 199 - The President Of Greenland
« on: July 02, 2020, 09:36:37 AM »

The boys get ready for the Big 200, but that doesn't stop 'em from rocking out to some Clubhouse Games, Radio Squid, and finally Jerry gives us the lowdown on Sunset Riders!

http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/talknintendo/54244/episode-199-the-president-of-greenland

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What was once thought to be a short episode, it turns out to be pretty much a normal run time thanks in part to some rambling, but also a bunch of games! This past week was our Patreon Game Night and we put Clubhouse Games to good use rocking out to President. It definitely takes a hot minute to fully understand, but once in the flow of the game turns out to be an absolute blast. Casey also put in some time with Radio Squid, his eShop pick of last week and don't be fooled by its cute exterior, this game is mean and you'll die a whole bunch (that or Casey is just terrible, either or). Then Jerk Jerkum finally remembered to talk about Sunset Riders!

Holy moly, next week is the Big 200 and we're super excited! We fielded some awesome suggestions for the show, but we think we came up with the perfect thing (or things). Hope you guys are all as eager as we are!

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 198 - Gorbins Gorge
« on: June 25, 2020, 07:53:57 AM »

The boys have been busy with Burnout Paradise and Overland. Also we find out Perry's dirty little secret!

http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/talknintendo/54191/episode-198-gorbins-gorge

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The boys are back at it again bringing a few new titles to the table. Casey's never ending quest to see the credits roll in Xenoblade continues, but he's tossing in a little Burnout Paradise to give himself a chance of pace. This remaster runs exceptionally well on the Switch and it turns out, it's also a ton of fun to play! Jerry's been playing something a little more slow-paced when he isn't playing Fortnite. That's right a little game you might not have heard of, Overland. This game packs a punch in the strategy department and is free on Apple Arcade!

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 197 - Black Jack
« on: June 18, 2020, 08:21:26 AM »

Perry takes on the lion's share this week diving into Clubhouse Games and Borderlands: Legendary Collection!

http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/talknintendo/54100/episode-197-black-jack

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The boys have been busy this week, one with work and the other with games. Fortunately for everyone listening, Perry has took on the responsibility of playing the games this week as Cassie has a big ol Johns of having to work. He finally got his copy of Clubhouse Games and been chipping away at all it has to offer while also digging into Borderlands: The Legendary Collection!

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 196 - The Jank Island
« on: June 11, 2020, 08:11:44 AM »

The boys have been busy jamming out to Clubhouse Games and Journey to the Savage Planet!

http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/talknintendo/54005/episode-196-the-jank-island

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Casey continues his spending spree throwing down on Clubhouse Games to break up that Xenoblade gring. The presentation is simple but sleek and the games are a bunch of fun! Jerry failed to acquire his copy, but filled that void with Journey to the Savage Planet. However did that void really get filled?

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 195 - Riki's Arcade
« on: June 04, 2020, 08:55:58 AM »

Casey caved and got Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition and Perry's been playing... Apple Arcade? Well apparently it has some solid offerings such as What The Golf? and Grindstone that surprised ol' Jerry.

http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/talknintendo/53904/episode-195-rikis-arcade

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There once was a man who had no desire to purchase a 90+ hour game that he had already beaten, but then like the weak man he is, ended up purchasing it on launch day and that man is Casey. He didn't plan on it, but he ended up with Xenoblade Chronicles DE and so far so good. Reliving the game is bringing back a flood of awesome memories and is making the 90+ hour tag not seem to daunting. Jerry... well Jerry somehow stumbled into the Apple Arcade to play some mobile games. BOOOOO. However, he was pleasantly surprised to find that it's actually a great service with a bunch of cool games. He gives us the skinny on Grindstone and What The Golf?  

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 194 - Xenoxander and the Pokemon Gang
« on: May 28, 2020, 08:46:00 AM »

Xander drops by to talk Xenoblade Chronicles (not the Definitive Edition!), Animal Crossing (of course), and Golf With Your Friends. Then it's time for another Thirsty Mage crossover this time with Pokemon RBY!

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Boy Howdy do we have a jam-packed episode for you guys today! We kick it off with Xander dropping by and bringing a few games to chat about. He's been playing through the original Xenoblade Chronicles on the Wii and really enjoying it despite the tremendous length. In the downtime he's been playing Golf With Your Friends, although not many friends out there to play with... at least yet. Then we round it out with none other then Animal Crossing.

After a little break Xander runs off to do Xander things... probably playing Luigi's Mansion or Paper Mario. But we are quickly joined by David and Jordan of Thirsty Mage fame to talk about a classic. That's right, we are looking back at the original Pokemon trilogy!

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 191 - Downhill Trials
« on: May 07, 2020, 12:07:59 PM »

After starting off the show with some beautiful Wing Talk, we get into Casey's Quick Bites and then Perry has been jamming on Lonely Mountains: Downhill.

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Wings wings wing! How else did you really expect us to kick off the show... c'mon now! After that tantalizing talk and with food on his mind, Casey gives us his Quick Bites. That involves more Animal Crossing and Trials of Mana, but it also means a LAN party featuring everyone's favorite, World of Warcraft (it's retail and not Classic if that makes a difference). Then Perry gives us the lowdown on the Downhill that is Lonely Mountains.  

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 190 - Gimme Dem Bells!
« on: April 30, 2020, 09:16:26 AM »

The boys get into some Nontendo with Valorant, but still have plenty to say about Animal Crossing, Trials of Mana, and Ninjala!

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We continue the never ending Animal Crossing talk, but don't worry we have plenty else to chat about. Casey got into the closed Beta for the PC game Valorant and gives us impressions. He's also diving back into Trials of Mana, picking up from where he left off in the demo. Perry's been busy with something new as well and that's Ninjala. It's trying to be Splatoon, but can it even hold a candle to it?

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 189 - Aren't We All Chop-Busters
« on: April 23, 2020, 08:01:31 AM »

The boys talk Sunless Sea, Fortnite, Animal Crossing, and of course Wingstop!

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Another week and another chat about Animal Crossing... and Fortnite (thanks Jerry!), but we still managed to squeeze in something new to chat about. Casey has been reviewing Sunless Sea which just recently released for the Switch. You can catch the full review over on The Thirsty Mage!

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TalkBack / Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition (Switch) Review
« on: April 23, 2020, 02:08:53 AM »

Try not to fall asleep behind the wheel.

http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/review/53571/sunless-sea-zubmariner-edition-switch-review

Sunless Sea is an exploration based adventure that sets sail around the dark and ominous waters surrounding Fallen London. Survival is key as you venture from port-to-port encountering both enemies and mental obstacles along the way. The world is big and traversing it takes time, leading to a much slower paced experience with heavy amounts of text to read. Combat while present, takes a back seat to creating eerie and isolated feelings.

Instead of a singular goal to work towards, multiple options are available based on the individual captains and their ambitions, offering a handful of routes to take. Once the captain has been chosen it’s time to set off on a free exploration of the map. While docked in port, gameplay is done through a series of text menus. Visiting different areas, shops, and people help to uncover stories within the world and sometimes give hints on where a point of interest might be. Relying heavily on text to drive gameplay isn’t usually my cup of tea, but even with putting my best foot forward, almost all of the dialogue failed to garner my interest. Considering how much Sunless Sea uses dialogue as a driving force, this made the discovery of new ports more of a chore than a reward.

When not reading text at a port, exploration of the gloomy seas is the main objective. Unfortunately outside of being visually appealing, there just isn’t that much too it. Enemy ships do roam around and some wild creatures will attack from time to time, but combat is fairly basic and more often than not I found myself dodging potential threats to avoid any damage to my vessel. Fuel and food are necessities required for survival and keeping enough stock can be relatively difficult, especially early on when your budget is limited. Terror is another status bar you’ll need to keep an eye on because when levels get too high negative events start happening to your crew.

It’s stated early on that death will be a normal occurrence and it most certainly is. Whether it be from enemy fire or lack of food, crew members will die with the grim. Moral decisions come into play as a hungry crew will have to decide if eating a deceased crew member is the way to go, something I thought was a nice touch. After the captain falls you start a fresh run, but there are some elements that can carry over to help make things a bit smoother. I really enjoyed the dark tone and vibe, but sadly it isn’t enough to overcome the mundane gameplay and lack of instruction.

Originally a release on the PC, its translation to Switch is more or less solid. The initial loading into the game is noticeably long, but after that point everything moves along smoothly. There is a bit of jankiness when scrolling through text and choosing options, but ultimately a minor annoyance. One of the biggest omissions is a proper tutorial or guide system in game. Since originally being released in 2015, there are plenty of resources online for help, but that doesn’t diminish the fact you’re mostly on your own in-game when it comes to figuring things out.

Sunless Sea has a really great atmosphere that should be ripe for exploring, but unfortunately it falls flat when it comes to core gameplay elements. Story bits are slow to develop and failed to hook me, while the act of sailing itself is mundane. That’s not to say it’s devoid of good ideas, but it’ll take someone who doesn’t mind a slow burn to fully enjoy.


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Podcast Discussion / Episode 188 - Canadian Invasion
« on: April 16, 2020, 10:11:00 AM »

The boys talk Exit The Gungeon, Final Fantasy VI, and Splatoon 2. Then it's time for another down and dirty crossover episode with The Thirsty Mage and this time we discuss Gargoyle's Quest!

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We got another big boy episode this week featuring a crossover with The Thirsty Mage! But before all that Casey and Perry got a few games to chat about. Casey got to sink more time into Exit The Gungeon and it's been time well spent. He's also squeezing in  some Final Fantasy VI as well. Jerry on the other hand hasn't played anything new, but did play Splatoon 2 for Patreon Game Night!

Ahhh who doesn't love a good crossover especially with it's with David and Jordan joining us from The Thirsty Mage. Last time we took a deep dive into one a Nintendo all-time great, but this week we dive into a littler known series coming by way of Capcom. Gargoyle's Quest is a fun little game for the Game Boy! So kick back, grab a pint, and enjoy the show.

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 187 - British Invasion
« on: April 09, 2020, 08:45:56 AM »

Mick Waites surprises the boys with a special Mystery History! Then it's Animal Crossing and Exit The Gungeon talk before being joined by our second guess, Mat Annal from Nitrome, to chat Gunbrick!

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We've got a busy one this week! First we're joined by our buddy Mick Waites of Four Horses and he brings with him a Mystery History challenge! Of course there is more Animal Crossing chatter and Casey gives his stupidly early impressions of Exit the Gungeon. Then we close out the show with a fantastic interview with Mat Annal of Nitrome to talk about their recent release, Gunbrick!

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 185 - Not A Flying Bird
« on: March 26, 2020, 10:26:52 AM »

I mean, come on... obviously we're talking Animal Crossing. But that doesn't stop us from getting into a little Trials of Mana and Wunderling.

http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/talknintendo/53332/episode-185-not-a-flying-bird

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It was a tough choice, but we decided the show must press on despite the alternative of playing Animal Crossing forever. It was close though because hot damn, Animal Crossing New Horizons rocks. So much to talk about, you won't want to miss it! We managed to squeeze in some other games. Perry's been continuing his conquest of becoming smarter and while not playing Brain Training, he's been into Wunderling. Casey finally jumped into the Trials of Mana Demo... and lets just say between this an Animal Crossing, it's been a great week of games.

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 184 - Indie World Report
« on: March 19, 2020, 10:55:15 AM »

The boys have been playing some indies and then break down the latest Indie World Showcase!

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As we inch ever so closely to the release of Animal Crossing, the boys find them talking about none other than... Children of Morta. BUT it isn't Jerry this time 'round. Casey's been trying to fill that void before AC so he decided to check it out! Then with a nicely timed Indie World Showcase, we get to break down each game and talk about what looks cool!

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 182 - The Thirsty Jim
« on: March 08, 2020, 01:04:05 PM »

It's the event the entire world has been counting down the days until! That's right, it's The Thirsty Mage X Talk Nintendo Podcast Paper Mario Thousand Year Door Extravaganza!

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 It's the crossover we've all been waiting for! The Thirsty Mage and Talk Nintendo Podcast get down and dirty with Paper Mario The Thousand Year Door! It's the first play through for some and for others a revisit, but either way it's a fun game to play and talk about. This was supposed to be part of episode 181, but the convo was flowing so we decided we'd be dropping a bonus episode this week!

Make sure to check out The Thirsty Mage for all your RPG and beer talk needs! Speaking of which, check out The Mage on YouTube, Casey recently did an impressions video for Underhero!

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 181 - Under Heroes
« on: March 05, 2020, 06:19:02 AM »

The boys talk Wings, Air Fryers, DOOM, and Fortnite before being joined by the Kay and Rafael of Paper Castle Games to talk Underhero!

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 We kick off the episode the only way we know and that's with some Wing talk and Perry... well he's finding new ways to enjoy wings. He's making 'em on his on (I know, what a JIM!) with his newly minted Air Fryer. But onto more pressing topics, Casey took advantage of the DOOM sale and has been messing around with the OG FPS. And speaking of FPS... well Perry isn't playing one at all, but instead playing more Fortnite.

After the break we're honored to be joined by Kay and Rafael of Paper Castle Games to talk about their recent release Underhero. A really cool platformer RPG that feels a bit like Paper Mario, but with a twist! You won't want to miss the interview and you'll definitely want to check out the game!

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 180 - The Good Ol' Days
« on: February 27, 2020, 07:45:00 AM »

The boys got a lot to talk about including Brain Training, Minecraft, Goblin Sword, WoW Classic, and some good ol' fashioned Listener Mail!

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What we once thought would be a smaller episode turned into a big ol' boy with plenty of games to talk about. We kick it off with the usual, food talk of course. But as far as games go, Perry has been working hard to make his brain bigger and stronger with Brain Training. Casey's shutting his brain off with Minecraft and both the boys have been messing around with Goblin Sword. Then please forgive Casey's half hour of WoW Classic talk!

While the News isn't plentiful this week, the eShop picks are and then we get into Listener Mail! We always love fielding questions, so please don't hesitate to send them in! Also make sure to leave a 5 Star Review for a chance to win an inbox Animal Crossing amiibo! We're giving away one a week up until the launch of New Horizons!!!

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TalkBack / Devil May Cry 3 (Switch) Review
« on: February 20, 2020, 08:51:21 AM »

The addition of Free Style to the Switch makes this the definitive way to play.

http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/review/52926/devil-may-cry-3-switch-review

After the rocky reception of Devil May Cry 2, Capcom knew they had to hit on the third installment in order to keep the franchise from fizzling out. Thus they reverted back to a direction more akin to the first title, including the over-the-top version of our protagonist Dante instead of the more silent iteration found in 2. Signs of aging do crop up throughout, most specifically in regards to the camera and platorming, but fluid and fun combat are enough to hide the blemishes. New for the Switch is the ability to change out play Styles on the fly, making the action even faster and more seamless than ever before.

   

Devil May Cry 3 is a prequel to the first title, setting up a story that includes Dante’s brother Vergil as a big player throughout. While Vergil is a predominant force to be reckoned with, there are others you meet along the way resulting in some truly memorable battles. Capcom hit the nail on the head with enemy and boss design, keeping things fresh as you combo your way through the legions of foes put in your way.

   

With any good character action game, the most important element is combat and looking as cool as humanly, or not so humanly, possible while doing it. Fortunately Devil May Cry 3 stands tall in this department and it’s never been more true than with with the latest release on the Switch. In combat Dante can use his melee weapon and guns in tandem to unleash a flurry of punishment upon the enemies. Doing this effectively without spamming the same attacks will lead to higher scores at the end of each mission. This system really shines as you unlock more weapons, opening up the possibility for new and flashy combos. Earning red orbs on your travels allows you to power up ranged weapons and unlock even more new skills for each melee weapon, helping with the pursuit of looking like a complete badass.

   

Introduced to the series in the game’s initial release are Styles, which are specialized movesets. These alter the special abilities Dante can perform and certain Styles are more beneficial than others depending on the situation. In the prior versions, you could only use one Style until you reached a Divinity Statue before switching, but for the Switch version you can choose to play Free Style. This gives you the option to switch between Styles on the fly, even during combat, giving you greater control and freedom. I really enjoyed being able to change it up, especially on difficult bosses where an evade skill was insanely helpful.

   

Despite being released over 15 years ago, Devil May Cry 3 holds up fairly well to today's standards. The combat is engaging, fun, and challenging, but very rewarding. The visuals, while a HD version of a PS2 game, still look good especially from an atmospheric point of view. Some areas have the camera set back and reveal a beautiful sky shot atop a medieval castle, which more often than not yielded a handful of screenshots. While beautiful, navigating them wasn’t always as enjoyable. Moving between areas results in some weird camera positioning that feels dated and platforming can be frustrating, except for those amazing bounce pads you can jump on to shoot yourself up super high, those were great. Thankfully platforming isn’t the focal point and acts as some down time between battles.

Character action games rely heavily on combat and style and Devil May Cry 3 manages to deliver just that in spades. While not being able to completely withstand the test of time, the addition of Free Style play to the Switch version gives the title a breath of fresh air, offering veterans of the series a fresh take on the classic while making it even more accessible to newcomers.


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Podcast Discussion / Episode 178 - I'm Just a Giblet Head
« on: February 13, 2020, 07:01:00 AM »

Casey brings a Mystery History to the table and Perry has been chipping away at Depixtion!

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Perry's a big ol’ pervbag. That doesn't have much to do with the show, but figured it never hurts to reiterate the truth. Speaking of Jerry, he's been continuing his enjoyment of Brain Training, but also has added another puzzler to the mix with Depixtion. Casey on the other hand has a mystery for ol’ Berry.

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 177 - Training Our Brains
« on: February 06, 2020, 07:22:50 AM »

The boys talk Game of the Year, Mario & Sonic, and Brain Training! Oh and Wingstop, of course.

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The boys are back at it and before we can even get into Wingstop talk Perry wants to talk Game of the Year. But then of course we get back to Wingstop. Oh and some Mario & Sonic action with a little Brain Training peppered in as well!

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 176 - Picking on Pikmin
« on: January 30, 2020, 06:38:14 AM »

The boys each bring a new game to the table. Perry's been jamming away on Aggelos and Casey's navigating the strange world of Mosaic. Then we get into a brand new segment, "This Stinks on ICE".

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Perry continues his gaming hot streak with Aggelos which just so happens to be our Game of the Week over on Instagram! Casey on the other hand is diving into the odd world of Mosaic. Speaking of odd, ever think you'd hear Perry argue that Sonic is cooler than Mario? Well you won't want to miss our new segment, "This Stinks on ICE".

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 175 - The Ultimate Crossover
« on: January 23, 2020, 07:41:04 AM »

Perry hits Casey with the big ol' surprise crossover craziness to kick off the show. Then they're joined by the Fabraz boys to talk Skellboy!

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Perry's usually up to no good, but this time around he did... good! Surprising I know, but he hits Casey with a crazy crossover game to start it off before the boys work their way into a series of Quick Bites. Then Fabian and Ben stop by to talk about Skellboy, Fabraz's latest published game!  

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 173 - Hindsight is 2020
« on: January 09, 2020, 06:39:51 AM »

The boys talk Ori and the Blind Forest, Nintendo Direct (not the one you might expect), Wingstop and Mystery History!

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The boys are back at it with a beefy episode that starts a little differently than normal. Instead of starting with what we've been playing, the topic of the show kicks it off this week. Cassie and Pert talk about the possibilities of a January Nintendo Direct and no it isn't the Pokemon one that was conveniently announced after recording. Then Casey gives us the low-down on Ori and the Blind Forest while Perry hits Casey with a Mystery History!  

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 172 - A Jimmie New Year
« on: January 02, 2020, 07:58:00 AM »

Kynan Pearson of Donkey Kong Country Returns and Metroid Prime fame, joins the boys to talk about Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Baba Is You, Ninja games, and our Dream Game segment!

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Our friend Kynan Pearson, who just so happened to work on Donkey Kong Country Returns, Metroid Prime 2 and 3, and a bunch of other rad projects, stops by for some New Years fun. The boys kick it off with some Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 talk before moving into Kynan's Quick Bites on Baba Is You, Link's Awakening, and The Ninja Saviors.  To finish off the show Kynan breaks down his dream scenario where he created a spiritual successor to Super Mario Bros. 2.  

Happy New Year! Make sure to check out Kynan over on Twitter.

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Podcast Discussion / Episode 171 - Ta-Ta Turtle Man
« on: December 26, 2019, 12:37:57 PM »

The boys enjoy a post Christmas chat including discussion on Pokemon Shield, Kuukiyomi: Consider It!, Call of Duty Modern Warfare, Wargroove, and more!

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The boys gather to talk about Christmas and vidgya games. Perry's been busy with a random collection of games including Frogger, Lion King, Wargroove and Kuukiyomi: Consider It!. Casey has been digging into his Christmas gifts with Pokemon Shield and Call of Duty Modern Warfare.

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