Well, I loved Connectivity, but RFN was kinda hard to get into.
For me, it's the exact opposite. I love
RFN, and have ever since the current cast took over. They just have this natural chemistry and there's a good flow to the conversation. By contrast, I find Connectivity utterly boring, and no
it's not because they only talk about Nintendo titles (though that certainly doesn't help, given how often Nintendo consoles and handhelds tend to go through dry spells). The people on the show just seem unnaturally quiet
and the conversation seems very dry and fragmented. It's a very hard show for me to get through, so I don't listen to it unless I'm just out of other podcasts.
As for Radio Trivia, the big draw to that show is the music, and I can just find and listen to those tracks outside the podcast if I'm so inclined. I'm sure TYP puts a lot of work into it, but it just doesn't appeal to me.