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Episode 192: Bells for Money

by Adam Abou-Nasr, Nicholas Bray, Becky Hollada, and Carmine Red - December 1, 2015, 7:20 pm PST
Total comments: 3

A variety of topics permeate this weeks show.

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Nick, Becky, Adam and Carmine go over a number of talking points in the first half of this weeks show. From the Pokémon series to Master Swords, from amiibo to Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival, a number of talking points are discussed.

After the first segment ends, Kim and Becky return for the break's entertainment, this time listing off some great (Probably not) gift suggestions for this Christmas.

For our main topic this week we discuss what other markets Nintendo could look to entering in the future, along with some chat about what they have already been working towards.

Remember, the NWR Childs Play Telethon is happening this weekend on December 5. For all the details check here.

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This episode was edited by Nicholas Bray

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Talkback

Leo13December 02, 2015

I loved your discussion on TV shows and movies based on Nintendo games. Yes I would have LOVED a Wonderful 101 cartoon. However, I've never heard anyone else say this, but I think Xenoblade Chronicles would make an absolutely amazing movie.

Glad you liked that part of the discussion.

I hadn't thought of Xenoblade, I have actually not yet played the game still. If a version of the story could be crafted into a more traditional Hollywood mold, maybe that could be a film. Even a kids/teens CG show might be alright.

Leo13December 02, 2015

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Glad you liked that part of the discussion.

I hadn't thought of Xenoblade, I have actually not yet played the game still. If a version of the story could be crafted into a more traditional Hollywood mold, maybe that could be a film. Even a kids/teens CG show might be alright.

Ouch, I'm sorry for your loss. Nobody should have to go through life without having played Xenoblade. (Yes I'm very biased it's my all time favorite game), but yes I did very much enjoy the discussion and I wish I know influential people in Hollywood to pitch those 2 ideas to.

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