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Episode 42: Four Bits of Voting Power

by Michael Cole - November 21, 2008, 1:41 am PST
Total comments: 13

An entire episode of listener requests! Well, almost.

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Blame the listeners.


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Subscribe through the Did you like the game selections? Let your fellow listeners know in TalkBack! Think you've got a better choice? Send it my way and your request 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

Does the Radio Trivia logo show in iTunes for anyone after you've subscribed (in cover flow view)? I get a generic image for RT, but not RFN. The logo shows up fine in the iTunes store.... Do I need to use that horrid AAC format to get that logo to appear when playing the audio?!

DAaaMan64November 21, 2008

Quote from: TheYoungerPlumber

Does the Radio Trivia logo show in iTunes for anyone after you've subscribed (in cover flow view)? I get a generic image for RT, but not RFN. The logo shows up fine in the iTunes store.... Do I need to use that horrid AAC format to get that logo to appear when playing the audio?!

IDK how I missed this release, but thank you! I'll download now and bring back some feedback!

Quote from: TheYoungerPlumber

Does the Radio Trivia logo show in iTunes for anyone after you've subscribed (in cover flow view)? I get a generic image for RT, but not RFN. The logo shows up fine in the iTunes store.... Do I need to use that horrid AAC format to get that logo to appear when playing the audio?!

I don't understand this at all, it doesn't show up in iTunes but when I downloaded the episode straight to my iPhone to try out the feature in the new firmware it showed up there. And what's so bad about AAC?

Anyone else having problems? I can find it in iTunes...

aac is more work :) Also, it isn't as well supported.

AVNovember 22, 2008

it worked for me. i already had iTunes open in the background and I hit the iTunes link and it took me right to the source. I subscribed and it started to download to the newest episode. YEAHHHH.

I'm using a Mac OS 10.55 and the newest versions of Safari and iTunes.

DAaaMan64November 22, 2008

Not the best of WaveRace music, but that kicks ass that you used a game I asked for! Thank you!!

If there are specific songs you'd like when you request a game, let me know and I'll try to accommodate. (I retain veto power, though. If I think a song is bad, too easy, etc. I may still pick a different one.)

UltimatePartyBearNovember 24, 2008

I'm so happy to hear that TYP played the game I requested, too.  I never got to try the two player game, so I'm jealous.

Where did you find the music?  I looked around before making the request, but I didn't know where to look, and Google didn't seem to, either.


I also used to get part of game 4, song 2 stuck in my head sometimes.  That game may have seemed clunky, but I sure liked it.  It looks like a weird mix of action and RPG, but it's really almost all RPG, complete with grinding.

Even with the aid of picking one of them, I only managed to get three games right today.

I've had the music around for a while for that game, PartyBear. Not sure where I got it.

The second song from my game is one of my top 3 game songs ever.

DAaaMan64November 26, 2008

Don't get discouraged, I love this podcast!

SundoulosDecember 02, 2008

Cool.  I finally got to listen to this now that I'm back from the Thanksgiving holidays, and I really enjoyed this one.  Please keep it up!

TYP, here's just a bit of useless, unimportant, but maybe fun trivia.  I watched the animated movie that you mentioned in this episode (around game 4) many times growing up, but that's because I was such a fan of the source material.  It was originally released in '77, and the company that produced it was Rankin/Bass.  This is the studio that brought us those (horrific?) stop-motion/animated Christmas specials such Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, and Santa Claus is Coming to Town, etc.  Here's something even weirder: the animation studio hired by Rankin/Bass to make said movie was Topcraft (an division of Toei Animation); several of the Japanese animators in that firm that worked on this movie went on to work for Studio Ghibli.  I found this out when I noted that there were several things about the art in Thundercasts cartoon series that reminded me about this movie; after doing a little digging, I found out that Topcraft was involved in the production of Thundercats as well. 

Also, if it makes it easier, my screen name is actually pronounced soon'-doo-los...not that it matters.  It's the English equivalent of a word used several times throughout the original Greek New Testament, meaning "a fellow servant, one who serves the same master with another."  I'm a professing Christian, and had heard it used elsewhere, so I kind of like using it as a screen name.  Plus its a name used by Sundoulos World Motor Sports.  :D

The more you know~

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