Okay, there has been a lot of discussion over the past two weeks regarding the surprise – but inevitable – announcement of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Switch. Many have wondered if this new installment is just that, a new game or a Wii U/3DS enhanced port. Read on as to why this is most certainly a new game, what I’d like for game modes, and who WILL (and will NEVER) be a part of the newest roster of Super Smash Bros. Switch.
Mike Moran guest stars on this episode! Listen as the boys talk about Movie Universes, Video Game Adaptations, and Play a Game (or two) of Twenty Questions!
Jamie– Movie Universes (Starts at 00:00)
Mike– Video Game to Film Adaptations (20:50)
Twenty Questions! [Video Game] (48:47)
Twenty Questions! [Film] (53:17)
#52PickUp– Harry and the Hendersons (57:12)
Tim’s Communal Movie (1:03:49)
Plugs and Close (1:04:12)
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And finally, see what Jamie looks like (hint: not so good) at their other project: We Need Movies.
*For context: Colin Moriarty recently left Kinda Funny to produce his own video content for his first love: Politics and History. I recently mentioned him on the blog here: The Glossary of an Adult.
When I first heard you on Beyond in 2010, I despised you. I rolled my eyes whenever your voice appeared. But as I listened, I grew fond of your honesty and insight. So, I took a long and hard look at myself as to why I would react in such a way, and I had to admit that I was wrong. I misjudged you.
This is it! I saved the ultimate nostalgia film for last; the very first in a long time of high quality video game adaptations, the celebrated 1993 classic:
In this edition of Local Interest, I look to another Let’s Play duo from the area, and another friend: Thumb Clicks!
Note: Originally Posted on MyIGN Blog September 19th, 2015
Now that I’ve been obsessively playing the fantastic level creating game Super Mario Maker for a week (now out for the Wii U), there are some things that I have noticed that should be there but aren’t- and things that in my mind, have to be included.
I’m here to discuss Five Things that SHOULD be included in future updates to the “Proof of the Wii U Gamepad’s Concept”, Super Mario Maker.Read More »