Better late than never right? I am used to the lack of games during the summer but, I am not used to trying to do a show during it. Still, I think Adam and I found a few good topics to hit on during the show. The image above is a game we touch on and would both love to see on the 3ds. Thank you everyone for sticking with us and continuing to listen. Our numbers have been way up lately and we have you to thank for it. So click HERE to listen and please review us on iTunes. As always your comments and emails are welcome. Enjoy!
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With all the E3 announcements and 3DS update, Adam and I had quite a bit to discuss. I had a lot of fun recording with Adam this week. Hopefully you will enjoy it as well. Click HERE to download the show and thanks for listening. Also, If you get a opportunity we would appreciate a review. No pressure.
Filed under 3DS, DSiWare, eShop, Gameboy, Nintendo, Podcast, Pokemon, Virtual Boy, Wii, Wii U, WiiWare
When Adam posted a video of this game earlier this week I was instantly intrigued. Since I am a huge fan of games like Mega Man 9, Mega Man 10, and the Konami Rebirth titles it’s only natural that a game like Super Bat Puncher would be right up my alley. Continue reading
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First off let me apologize for the lack of posts and shows lately. Basically, until we get some more games out for the 3ds and learn what’s coming from E3 there isn’t much to talk about. Despite all that, this podcast was very fun to record. The title says it all so download it HERE and as always thanks for listening!
I know it’s probably a huge shock to listeners of the show that my first post about the 3ds is about Super Street Fighter 4. Before I gush on and on about one of my favorite series I’ll get the negative out-of-the-way. Thank you Capcom for finally putting Street Fighter 4 on a Nintendo platform, something that should have happened years ago. Alright, with that done we can move on to what is great about the game.
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