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Episode 48: Dyspepsia: Drink of Crisis

by Michael Cole - February 20, 2009, 6:02 am PST
Total comments: 8

More beverage misadventures await! And a slim majority of the music isn't bad, either!

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After recording I poured a little out of the drink in question. It is not colored, so the additive in question probably is not in the drink.

Regarding the third game, why the heck haven't I seen this movie until just now?! Sure, it's riddled with plot holes...which I guess can be explained by the whole dream backdrop...but anyway, it's totally the sort of stuff I loved watching as a kid. Tragically, although it touches on some peripheries, it sheds very little light on Little Nemo: The Dream Master's trippy candy-and-animal game mechanic.

Then again, maybe the original | comic | strips | do

NovaQFebruary 22, 2009

I loved game 3 when I was younger. I agree with Jonny about the appealing uniqueness of its single player mode. I remember the boss fights were frustrating but a lot of fun. (The final, flying Wizpig battle was both the worst and best of them all.) Using the plane was by far my favorite vehicle, but the other two were unique and entertaining in their own ways. Man, what a great game! And did you know that, for a while, it held the Guinness World Record for fastest selling video game?

That was the only one of the bunch that I was familiar with this time, but I enjoyed the music overall - even game 1, to a degree. Another solid episode.

(I always wondered about that drink. Now I know I haven't missed much.)

DAaaMan64February 22, 2009

that movie is awesome. Childhood favorite.


yoshi1001February 23, 2009

Johnny, let me get this straight: You knew a girl, who liked Nintendo, and had wealthy parents. What went wrong?  ;)

Loved how you used the secret tune for game 4. For the record, both Conker and Banjo were removed for the DS version (replaced with other DK characters with the same racing stats, I believe).

CalibanFebruary 24, 2009

I like the music from Drill Dozer (Game 2, I think). I think it's catchy. I want Drill Dozer 2. Seriously.

I'm so bad at Radio Trivia that I forget the games' identities between the time we record it and when I listen to the finished episode.

StratosFebruary 25, 2009

I remember the movie for game three. I read a few of the comics and loved them as well. I need so dig around the internet and see if they sell the whole collection.

Haha, I was the one who won Little Nemo, but I already owned it, so I had it sent to AV-Cables.  Great game, fun anime.

I think most citrus sodas include Brominated Vegetable Oil.

Jonny, if you like block-kicking games, try Tricky Kick for TG-16.

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