Download Episode iTunes Link In this weeks episode, the NintendPals discuss the origins of the podcasts name. They also discuss the latest news such as; Nintendo’s latest free to play game, Iwata missing from E3 and of course what’s happening in the world of Amiibo. Also due to underwhelming demand, 5 Lives Remaining makes its come back.
This week on NintendPals: We discuss the Splatoon Global Test Fire, the latest news about Nintendo’s mobile plans and the newest Amiibo’s that will no doubt be impossible to get. We also make our E3 predictions in a section that Myles manages to introduce in the least excited way possible.
In this weeks episode the NintendPals try out a brand new section for the show, they chat about some upcoming games including one that Myles found on a sketchy website and as always we talk about we’ve been spending our playing this week. Also Myles got drunk and played Mario Kart 8 again and Nick had an ill family member.
We love the Power Rangers. Mostly the Mighty Morphin’ kind. After that, things get weird. Take Power Ranger Dino Thunder for the GameCube as an example. You walk around as a robot dinosaur and collect other robot dinosaur bones. At least I think that’s what happened.
This week on the NintendPals podcast Myles and Nick discuss the latest Mario Kart DLC and 200cc mode – specifically how neither of them could work out how to actually access the thing. They also talk about various ways to either not spend money or save it and have another rant about the state of Amiibo stock.
Myles and Nick have a huge announcement to kick off this very special 10th edition of the NintendPals podcast. After that, normal business resumes with a thin news week, chats about what we’ve been spending our time playing (Nick has added another retro console to his growing collection) and we run down our top games of 2014. Oh and we announce the winner of our League of Heroes competition.
Get ready to plug into adventure as we clean up after a lazy father, watch a depressed little girl color, hear a mom yell through a door, walk into trippy rooms filled with eyes and talk to toys when they come to life at night. It’s Chibi-Robo! for the GameCube.