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Episode 639: Schrödinger's Punk

by James Jones, Greg Leahy, Jon Lindemann, and Guillaume Veillette - September 15, 2019, 6:53 pm EDT
Total comments: 4

We believe that we don't make a bad podcast, we make a podcast that rejects the "copycat" instincts of the podcast intelligentsia. This makes us a truly punk podcast.

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James reviewed Daemon X Machina, and has thoughts about your comments. Guillaume dives into the mind of Goichi Suda with Travis Strikes Again. Jon explores a new era in Gears with Gears of War 5, now with less meatheads. Greg is back, and has explored the SNES Classic games, Celeste DLC, and Banjo in Smash. Lastly, that's how you start a podcast article.

Email this week cover: being negative in our commentary, the fate of Viewtiful Joe, making new DK spin-offs, and Nintendo's remasters. You can send us emails here.

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 Bleed Out from Devil's Third. Performed by Erin Reagan. It was requested by Chev Chelios. All rights were reserved by Valhalla Game Studios Co., Ltd.


TOPHATANT123September 17, 2019

Radio Free Nintendo: A Nintendo Podcast for Punks

"Only posers die podcast about Nintendo games"

KobeskillzSeptember 18, 2019

Great show guys. I know for a fact that Greg gets annoyed by my post but i meant what i said about loving the personalities. I mean god I've listened to about 99% of all the pod cast from you guys and Greg you have been from day one my favorite podcaster ever and still to this day and i mean that 100%. For what it's worth.

i got behind on your show due to personal things and work so i listened to about 13/14 episodes back to back and that was the genesis of my post and email as listening/watching something that much back to back highlights somethings that otherwise probably wouldn't bother enough to mention it.

All my "negative" post back to back on the forums annoying as they were could be taken as an analogy of what i went through with the podcast during that marathon. lol A pattern if you will.

Anyways if didn't love the show i would never take the time to post my opinion. keep up the great work and no matter what i always click the play button on your pod cast and will continue to do so. Thanks from a long time fan!

Order.RSSSeptember 22, 2019

Really funny episode, this one!

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