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Episode 193: Roller City Tangent Boys

by Adam Abou-Nasr, Nicholas Bray, and Carmine Red - December 17, 2015, 2:14 am PST
Total comments: 5

It's Smash Direct, Wiiware and DSi galore.

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This week on Connectivity the trio of Nick, Adam and Carmine discuss their reactions to the Smash Brothers Direct. After that, the conversation then moves onto a couple of listener mail questions, one being about open world game design and the other about favourite Nintendo musical tracks.

After the break, the main feature topic is all about games that people may have overlooked on the various Nintendo digital game stores. The trio wade through a discussion that ranges from Wiiware to the Wii U eShop, but not without some tangents along the way.

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This episode was edited by Nicholas Bray

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Talkback

TOPHATANT123December 17, 2015

Playing Fire Emblem in casual mode where party members are revived is a perfectly legitimate way to play. It's the way the developers say they play and it's the reason the series after 13 games suddenly exploded in popularity.

azekeDecember 21, 2015

Man, Ninjatown...

I looked around on amazon how much cart now goes for and apparently there is also mobile version too?..

fred13December 21, 2015

You claim that doing the survey will bring up a huge list of podcasts I've never heard of. I actually actively listed to a whole bunch of the podcasts on those lists.

The Ninjatown mobile game is, sadly, very different. You jump from tree to tree, trying to climb as high as possible.

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Playing Fire Emblem in casual mode where party members are revived is a perfectly legitimate way to play. It's the way the developers say they play and it's the reason the series after 13 games suddenly exploded in popularity.

Oh really? That makes me feel a lot better! ... except that you're basically providing evidence that I should blow $100 on the next installment of Fire Emblem and really get into this. T-T I have Amiibo to buy you know!

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