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In this episode of the Retroholics Anonymous Podcast, we talk about Nintendo, past and present.

Show Agenda

News Item – Upcoming Nintendo + DeNA mobile game announcement

News Item – LoZ: Twilight Princess HD leaked on Nintendo Wii U eShop. Real? Fake? Port? Remaster? Who cares, it’s news!

Most memorable Nintendo gaming moment that has been burned into your mind forever and ever 100 years AND/OR favourite Nintendo game/series.

Do you believe that there is an industry bias (developer, publisher, garme jernalizm) against Nintendo?

What are your thoughts/expectations on the upcoming Nintendo NX? (Specs, price point, third parties) Do you believe it was announced too soon?

Shigeru Miyamoto has often been called the Walt Disney of modern game design and has been developing le vidya for over 30 you think it’s time for him to retire? Additionally, can Nintendo survive without him?

Are there any hidden gems from the Land of the Angry Sun that you would like to see released in NA? (Mother 3, Fatal Frame 4, etc)

What are your thoughts on the low availability of Amiibo in North America/retailer exclusive amiibo/potential artificial inflation by Nintendo? *Amiibotastic topic suggested by Lost*

Let’s say you’re the President of Nintendo AND you have the ability to go back in time, what major change would you make that you feel would benefit Nintendo in the present? (hardware revision, third party relations, IP/Studio aquisition, not making Wii Music the big holiday title)

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About The Author


Brasel the Gamer has been playing games since 1988, when he first got his hands on an NES and Super Mario Bros 2. It's been a lifelong passion ever since. Now he wants to share his love for video games with the world. Brasel the Gamer is an equal opportunity gamer, playing everything from NES to PS3, Genesis to WiiU.

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