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Episode 51: Not the Same Person

by Michael Cole - May 6, 2009, 3:46 am PDT
Total comments: 9

Neal discusses one of his favorite games, and TYP butchers his name.

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Subscribe through the Did you like the third and fourth games? 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)!

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This podcast was edited by Michael Cole.

Music for this episode of Radio Trivia: Podcast Edition is used with permission from Jason Ricci & New Blood. You can find them in the iTunes Store. 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!

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SundoulosMay 06, 2009

There's some stunning music in this episode; I actually want to find and purchase that particular game now. 

Thanks for all the hard work TYP.  I enjoyed it immensely!

DAaaMan64May 06, 2009

Oh thank god.  I've got Radio Trivia blue balls waiting for this.

yoshi1001May 06, 2009

1. An interesting game. In addition to being the last NES game, it was the only one to have an ESRB rating. The one thing I didn't like is how you had to work so hard to set up chains.

2. The X cup was interesting, though occasionally you would end up with a course that caused most of the CPU characters (and possibly yourself) to suddenly fly off and die.

3. Naturally, I'm thrilled with the third game (you even pronounced my last name correctly), though I was a bit unsure of it at first, since the first two songs aren't played on my station due to shortness. One thing worth noting is that one of the songs in this game contains an instrumental version of"Mezase Pokemon Master", the original Japanese opening theme for the show (you played it during the part where you discuss the game). The GBA sequel also had rumble support on the Game Boy Player, and I think the music was copied over from Ruby/Sapphire rather than being rearranged.

#3 is one of my favorite games of all time.  For some reason, I never got the sequel.

#4 -- Surprising music from a game I would never have considered!

NovaQMay 07, 2009

This episode had some sweet music.

I kind of forgot about game four. I picked it up cheap and started a game, but left it massively unfinished. I should really go back and play the rest...

Also, TYP, you've got a great podcast, but sometimes your tone makes it sound like you think it sucks or something! I imagine it's more that you're frustrated with your speaking errors, I guess, but those are no biggie - at least, not to me. It's an awesome podcast, but you have to get like PaRappa - you just gotta believe!

P.S. - Feel free to tell me to bugger off.

DAaaMan64May 07, 2009

Thanks, it was an excellent episode of course! :)

PlugabugzMay 17, 2009

I loved this one, such good choices! What was the first song you played tho?

Based on a YouTube search, I believe it is the VS. Results screen music.

StratosJuly 01, 2009

Yes! I am so happy that you played Tenchu. I had lost hope that you were not going to play my request ever.   :)

If anyone likes games like Metal Gear Solid then this is for you. Go buy it!

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