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Episode 622: Fanciful Yet Relatively Simple

by James Jones, Greg Leahy, and Guillaume Veillette - May 12, 2019, 2:44 pm PDT
Total comments: 6

This is Just how we describe One member of the RFN crew, who we won't be Naming.

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With everyone deep into Spirit Tracks, and Jon auditioning for a "guest star" role on the show, there's just not enough New Business to fill a segment. Instead we lean into a heavy dose of Listener Mail. This week we: un-cancel a Nintendo game, pick annoying ringtones, create musical theater, make Spike stand-out, and dive deep into the Wikipedia Trap.

In between, James and Gui squeeze in a little dose of New Business. James has some final thoughts on Venture Kid, and then dives into cyberpunk bartending visual novel VA-11 HALL-A. Guillaume has a look at the DLC for Tesla vs Lovecraft.

Final Reminder: Your homework is due this Thursday, with our RetroActive of The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks. Turn in assignments here.

You can also email us your work, and your questions, via the inbox.

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 Caldera Trap from Red Steel 2. Composition by Tom Salta. It was requested by Chev Chelios. All rights reserved by Ubisoft Entertainment SA.

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KDR_11kMay 13, 2019

https://www.mariowiki.com/images/6/67/SpikeSMB3.gif
Ever since his first appearance in SMB 3 Spike's defining trait has been the ability to store unfeasably large objects in his body that he just pulls out of his mouth. So Spike could be Bowser's walking storage container.

I want to see a Paper Mario musical that has all the actors wearing billboards with the characters printed on them.

LemonadeMay 15, 2019

This retro tune from Runner 2 has been my ring tone ever since the game launched
https://youtu.be/aCnkmv8Bp8g
Its only 30 seconds long, so it is perfect for a ring tone, plus it just sounds cool.

adadadMay 15, 2019

Quote from: Lemonade

This retro tune from Runner 2 has been my ring tone ever since the game launched
https://youtu.be/aCnkmv8Bp8g
Its only 30 seconds long, so it is perfect for a ring tone, plus it just sounds cool.

That is cool - thumbs up. Better than Buck Bumble that's for certain :P

pokepal148Spencer Johnson, Contributing WriterMay 15, 2019

Hey James? What about the time the email address was podcast@planetgamecube.com?

TOPHATANT123May 15, 2019

You're the Wa that I want
You are the Wa I want
Ooh ooh ohh

EnnerMay 19, 2019

Chiming in to say that I love the extra effort of putting the musical interludes in!

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