Episode 3 – Strider 2

ENOS LIVES

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On this episode: @brawndwarf@TylerOhlew

Music:

Eiffel 65 – My Console (unofficial ENOS LIVES theme song)

Strider 2 – Pursuit of the Air Battleship 1

Strider 2 screen courtesy of Striderpedia

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Episode 83 – Rainbow Connection

I was able to join Ryan, John and Lindsey once again on the always incredible Nintendo Fun Club Podcast. I got to share my thoughts on Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, as well as a regrettable fashion joke during Lindsey’s Style Savvy discussion. I hope you enjoy it!

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News:

Color Game Boy game mysteries revealed! (spoiler: it’s magic)

Rodea the Sky Soldier coming to NA on 3DS and Wii U thanks to NIS America!

Curve’s OlliOlli to offer cross buy functionality on Wii U and 3DS

Games: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, Resident Evil Revelations, Harvest Moon: A New Beginning, Pokemon Shuffle

Music:

The Bouncing Souls – We Love Fun (unofficial Nintendo Fun Club theme song)

Fifteen – Rainbow Connection

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Flipnote the Script (Flipnote Studio 3D)

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Wow…I can’t believe I made a cartoon.

Okay, I’m getting ahead of myself (like, miles ahead), but I’m actually surprised by how incredible Flipnote Studio 3D is. Previously I’ve used Colors!3D for my scribblings (and will continue to do so), so I’m always hesitant when another artsy app pops up that requires me to re-learn “how to draw” under its own rules. While Flipnote is lacking some of the bells and whistles I’ve become accustomed to, it’s still quite robust (and makes up for what it lacks in other areas).

The above is my first bit of work, and while I have a ways to go, I’m happy by how quickly I got it up and running. Pretty cool. While some consider this version of Flipnote Studio 3D as neutered (any sort of online sharing directly from the 3DS has been removed, it’s all up to the user to upload wherever they please), I figure sharing over Twitter and this site is how I would have done it anyways. So whatever. Take your rage party elsewhere.

I hope I have more to share with you in the future. Oh, and I’ll work on my lip movements in the mean time.

Episode 73 – Miiverse Jail

I forced my way onto this week’s Nintendo Fun Club Podcast, and thankfully the show’s quality remained strong as ever. Ryan, John and I discussed 3DS themes, Smash Bros., Hyrule Warriors, Castlevania, the Bayonetta 2 demo, and my two week ban from Miiverse (which is over!).

I hope you enjoy it, and if you do, subscribe and leave a review on iTunes for this wonderful show.

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News:

3DS Update – Themes!

Canceled Factor Five Star Wars Trilogy for Wii

Games: 

Hyrule Warriors, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Castlevania Dracula X, Bayonetta 2 Demo, Castlevania Circle of the Moon

Music: 

The Bouncing Souls – We Love Fun (unofficial Nintendo Fun Club theme song)

Bayonetta – Let’s Dance Boys!

Teen Idols – Midnight Picture Show

Tyler’s handheld gaming site stickitinyourpocket

Let us know your thoughts on Castlevania II for our next episode!!

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Podcast Appearance! Nintendo Free Radio Ep.44 – The Truth Bullet Club

The kind folks at Nintendo Free Radio (Donald Theriault, Destin Faroda, and Stephen Shook) had me on their show to discuss spoil the butt of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. It was a lot of fun, especially since Donald feels this entry is better than the first game, which isn’t exactly how I feel…at all.

You can give it a listen right here!

They’re a fun bunch of guys, and I think you’ll love them. You can see their episodes and subscribe if you click these words here. The show grew out the Nintendo World Report forums, which itself is a great place to hang, trade some friend codes, and praise/malign Nintendo.

This same Danganronpa 2 segment concludes episode 153 of Nintendo World Report’s Connectivity podcast. How’s that for synergy!

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Episode 71.5 – Final Fantasy Music Spectacular!

Ryan, John Nintendo, and Lindsey join you on the balcony to discuss Theatrhythm Curtain Call, a game made to celebrate the music of Final Fantasy.

Whether you’re a Spoony Bard or a Chocobo Champion, there’s no denying the beauty of Final Fantasy’s melodies. Make sure to listen, and watch for my own impressions soon.

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Welcome to our Final Fantasy music spectacular! In honor of the upcoming release of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call, we’re celebrating the legendary compositions from this long-running series.

Music:

Opening Theme (FF XIV)

Matoya’s Cave (FF I)

Eternal Wind (FF III)

Crystal Room (FF III)

Balamb Garden (FF VIII)

Bland Logo (FF Tactics)

Main Theme (FF V – Remastered Version)

Melodies of Life (FF IX – Piano Collection Version)

Rem Tokimiya (FF Type-0)

Fisherman’s Horizon (FF VIII – Distant Worlds Version) (I know, I said Dear Friends Version on the podcast oops)

Epitaph (FF VI – OST Remaster Version)

The Sunleth Waterscape (FF XIII Instrumental Version)

The Skies Above (FF X – Black Mages Version)

Qoopa Klub Episode 50: Fabulous Nova Crystallis (Final Fantasy XIII Special)

Special thanks to Tyler, Ian, Michael

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