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Episode 82 - TIME TO SHRINE

by Danny Bivens, James Charlton, and Ty Shughart - June 18, 2016, 6:37 am EDT
Total comments: 3

The Japan crew gives you their thoughts on Zelda, Box Boy naming conventions, Chex Quest, San Francisco Rush and more on this E3 centric episode!

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It's the time of year again, folks. E3! Christmas in June...with only promises of presents at a later time. It all works out in the end, though, right? At any rate, although Nintendo promised not to bring much to the show, there were some pleasant surprises that the guys cover throughout the episode!

First off, the Famicrew discuss The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild! The guys break down the trailer, the footage and everything (maybe?) that you could possibly think of! After that lengthy discussion, the guys move on to talk about Ever Oasis, BoXbox Boy, Yo-kai Watch, Pokémon and the other titles that Nintendo showed off at the show. The best of Nontendo (through the eyes of The Famicast, at least) are also discussed here after a brief Splatoon update from JC.

How do Chex Quest and San Francisco Rush fit in to all of this? You'll have to tune in to find out! E3 a-go-go, baby!

This podcast was edited by Danny Bivens.

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famicomplicatedJames Charlton, Associate Editor (Japan)June 18, 2016

Pfff Sairus said 1/2 Genie Hero was "defintely totally all 2D", but look at it, 3D backgrounds and objects, I was right!

Oh and TYP's interview was with Grant Kirkhope, not David Wise (oops)

TOPHATANT123July 08, 2016

Though it isn't especially relevant to this episode
...I'd like to point out that James's common go to example of who you should idolise: Martian Luther King Jr, would not have wanted you to idolise him as he was a Christian and to make him an idol would go against one of the ten commandments.  ;)

famicomplicatedJames Charlton, Associate Editor (Japan)July 10, 2016

Wow, thems some smart thinking!
In that case I'd go for Dr Dre.
But I'm not sure how religious he is either so..who knows!

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