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Episode 650: Use Steroids, Kids

by James Jones, Greg Leahy, and Guillaume Veillette - December 1, 2019, 6:31 pm PST
Total comments: 4

If you want to grow-up big, strong, and angry then milk isn't going to cut it.

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Short episode, short article.

Jon's unexplained disappearance stretched into a third week. We recorded this epsidoe Thanksgiving evening, so we kept it quite a bit shorter than normal. On the New Business front we left enough time for Guillaume to talk Ring Fit Adventures and James Crypt of the Necrodancer.

The crew even found time for an email, what games are misunderstood by reviewers and the public at large? You can email us here.

This episode was edited by Guillaume Veillette. The "Men of Leisure" theme song was produced exclusively for Radio Free Nintendo by Perry Burkum. Hear more at Perry's SoundCloud. The Radio Free Nintendo logo was produced by Connor Strickland. See more of his work at his website.

This episode's ending music is Ravaged Rustworks from Hey! Pikmin. Requested by David. All rights reserved by Nintendo Co., Ltd.

Talkback

TOPHATANT123December 02, 2019

This has made me really want to play Deadly Premonition

KDR_11kDecember 02, 2019

Speaking of Inland Empire, that's a skill for your character in Disco Elysium. It lets you argue with your necktie, among other things.

Thanks for answering my question, Guillaume.  I've definitely seen doctors and gone to physical therapy about my compressed disc - it's more or less something I have to live with and manage.  Sounds like Wii Fit Adventure might be modifiable enough to where I could possibly avoid aggravating it while having an in-home routine during the winter when I get a little more lazy about driving to the gym (who wants to go outside when it's below 10 degrees?).

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Thanks for answering my question, Guillaume.  I've definitely seen doctors and gone to physical therapy about my compressed disc - it's more or less something I have to live with and manage.  Sounds like Wii Fit Adventure might be modifiable enough to where I could possibly avoid aggravating it while having an in-home routine during the winter when I get a little more lazy about driving to the gym (who wants to go outside when it's below 10 degrees?).

In addition to just not doing exercises you don't want to do, looks like there's also an "assist" feature you can call up when having trouble with an exercise. I'll try to find that and report on it when I can.
Some of those accessibility features are a bit more buried into menus than I'd like.

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