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Episode 26: Reversi

by Michael Cole - February 29, 2008, 10:59 pm PST
Total comments: 10

In a surprising twist, Jonny runs the show in this episode as TYP plays along in the dark!

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This week we didn't use any requests, but we invite you to continue sending us game requests ! If we like your request, it may be the third game next Radio Trivia: Podcast Edition! Heck, throw in a question and specific songs if you want. Just remember, it has to be a game found on a Nintendo system in North America (unless we say otherwise)!

Credits:

This podcast was edited by Michael Cole.

Music for this episode of Radio Free Nintendo is used with permission from Jason Ricci & New Blood. You can also purchase their new album, Rocket Number 9 directly from the record label, or call your music local record store and ask for it!

All game music used during Radio Trivia is copyright their respective owners.

Talkback

ShyGuyMarch 01, 2008

What a twist! /m. night shyamalam

YoshidiousGreg Leahy, Staff AlumnusMarch 01, 2008

A great episode with some shrewd selections from Jonny. I went 4-1, take one guess at which one I didn't get!

For those that enjoy the music of Metroid 2, you simply must hear Stemage's latest MetroidMetal.com work, "The Tunnel" (based on the 1st song of the Metroid 2 portion of this podcast). It brings the melody to life brilliantly, and not only works as a supremely skilful interpretation of the original material, but also as a truly rocking standalone piece. 

This is two really great trivias in a row.

Thanks, Crimm!  I worked (surprisingly) hard on it.  Of course, TYP worked hard too, with all of the editing and a lot of technical help for me.

EntroperMarch 02, 2008

Excellent music selection from game 3, especially the last song.  Back when I actually played this game, I had to hear the music from my crappy mono TV speaker.  It was awesome to listen to it coming out of a 5.1 system, I had no idea the N64 was so capable.  :)

PaleMike Gamin, Contributing EditorMarch 03, 2008

I'm still listening, but I just wanted to say that I spent a good portion of my childhood trying to make a harness to strap the virtual boy to my face.

I recently tried to get my virtual boy running again, and much to my chagrin, one of the eyes is acting up and is off half the time.  It's kind of a funny effect because you mind doesn't really compute that one is off when you stick  your face in there.  The games just flicker between being 2D and 3D.

SundoulosMarch 05, 2008

New listener here.  I listened to the Brawl birthday special and decided to download some of the other episodes, partly due to the prompting during the RFN podcast.  Anyway, I"ve been listening to it at work whenever I have to go to the lab and pound out some code.  I've really enjoyed what I've heard so far, and I plan to download more of the episodes. 

BTW, hearing the music from Perfect Dark brought a smile to my face.  I may be one of the few people who genuinely loved that game, even though it frequently made my piece-of-garbage generic N64 memory expansion pack lock up. 

I'm sad now because I want to play that game, and I can't.  When my wife and I got married, we had too much junk after she moved her stuff in.  I short-sightedly sold off all my old video game systems/games prior to the last generation thinking that I'd never want to play them again.  I really regret that decision now.

It seems I will be unable to record Radio Trivia this week. There's a possibility we could pump one out a little late (Sat or Sun)....we'll see....

Nick DiMolaNick DiMola, Staff AlumnusMarch 06, 2008

Wow, serious fail. Perfect Dark is sooooo much better than Goldeneye.

I wholeheartedly agree with the above statement.

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