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Episode 87: Going Nowhere

by Michael Cole and Zachary Miller - January 24, 2011, 11:07 pm PST
Total comments: 9

Zach and TYP exchange foggy memories.

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Did you like the third and fourth games? Let your fellow listeners know in TalkBack! Think you've got a better choice? Then send it my way and your request might be on the next episode of 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)!

This episode was edited by Michael "TYP" Cole. Intro music is copyright Jason Ricci & New Blood. All game music is copyright their respective owners.


Games featured in this episode:

Castlevania: The Adventure (GB)
Kirby's Epic Yarn (Wii)
Sim City (SNES)
Wolverine (NES)
Bust-a-Move 99 (N64)

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KisakiProjectJanuary 25, 2011

Man I love the soundtrack to game #2.  Thanks for picking it.  Put a smile on my face.

f*** the haters that game is awesome.  Especially the shmup stages.

noname2200January 25, 2011

I'll echo Kisaki's sentiments about Epic Yarn's soundtrack, although I haven't played the game yet.  Thanks also for tossing in Sim City; I own the game and played it for hours upon hours.  I never reached the highest level in that game, even after openly emulating a plan from Nintendo Power, but I managed to get pretty close a few times.  And once it became clear that I wouldn't get over the hump yet again, I had fun destroying everything by repeatedly summoning Bowser to destroy everything.  Good times, good times...

Oh, and having played the PC version too, I can say that there were very few differences between them, aside from the scenarios and the apparent lack of a Game Over in the Super Nintendo version.

FZeroBoyoJanuary 25, 2011

I went 2 for 5 this time. Haven't played Game 2 but I have heard the soundtrack. So when the first song came on, it took me a few moments to remember that I had heard this recently. As for Game 3, it took less than 5 seconds for me to recognize it. Nice round, overall.

I should probably mention the answer to the first game's trivia question:


Battle of the Holy is one of my favorite pieces of game music, but that game is so terrible, it's one of a literal handful of games that I've gotten rid of.

I've been trying to learn how to play the first background song of game two. Really tough, but lots of fun!

roykoopa64February 14, 2011

Yes, I got the first 3 games correct (and the other 2 I had no clue). Good selection!

TJ SpykeFebruary 14, 2011

I love listening to Radio Trivia, even though I rarely know which game is playing. LOL

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