The Nintencast talks about the Smash Bros E3 Invitational and which players made the cut. Also they discuss The Oracle series, and the controversy of playing a game and finding it fun. But not really liking it.
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This week the Nintencast talks Super Smash Bros 4, more Mario Kart news, and finally closes the chapter on the N64 era of Zelda with Martine’s favorite game in the series, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask.
This week the Nintencast continues their in-depth dicussion on all things Zelda with A Link to the Past and the less appreicated Link’s Awakening. They ponder all the modern conventions that started with these games and why Link’s Awakening got lost in the Zelda shuffle.
Starting from the two games that started it all, this week the Nintencast discusses their history with The Legend of Zelda franchise. They also discusses what each game brought to the table and what transferred to the future entries of the series. Finally they try to figure out why everyone hates Zelda II: The Adventure of Link so much.
This week Martine, Tim, Coty, Patrick, and Adam go knee deep with all the latest news delivered by Masahiro Sakurai in the all Super Smash Bros. Nintendo Direct. They dig into the details, cover the latest reveals, talk about all their likes and dislikes, and start a turf war with the Microsoft section.
This time Martine, Patrick, Adam, and Coty talk about Sega’s ultimate mascot and his latest offering to the gaming world. They also go in on where they think the series might have gone wrong, if it’s for gamers or for kids, and if the Sonic team will ever return to their glory days.
With Jason away on vacation, Aaron and Cassidee sit down for a lively discussion about demon goats, FMV games, generic PS2 box art, and Wrestlemania. Aaron also tries to tell the difference between indie games and indie bands.
This week on the Leviacast MagicalTimeBean’s Ian Stocker joins Cassidee, Jason, and Aaron to talk about Escape Goat 2, Facebook’s Oculus acquisition, and the Game_Jam fiasco. They also attempt to figure out why Mountain Dew is the default choice of sponsors.