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IGN editors discuss all things Nintendo. Now you're playing with power!

Customer Reviews

All Nintendo needs?

while it upsets me that Ninty can't seem to get the hang of podcasts and make an official one and instead seem to put out old "update" interviews on their games seperatley, they can be glad that they have these guys to cover their back as even if there were a official Nintendo podcast this would still rival it.

Why is there so few reviews?

Bozon is a machine. Cassa is a tease. They like to spoon. Craig is a cross between a baby and a british gangsta (bald and hard). Daemon gets to review all games that end with z, but he rocks. Nintendo team assemble! Not as much crazy fun as Scoop I still like these guys better. There is a lot of detail here and if you want Nintendo info there is nowhere else to go.

Orchestrated Hate

OK, firstly, the action takes place in two seperate cities simultaniously. That isn't, in itself, a bad thing and this redeems the podcast in several ways. For example, the actor who plays 'Bozon' is clearly a very talented induvidual, and whilst he and the 'Matthew' character clearly share rappor, the split-city narrative is far too narrow in scope to accomadate this relationship. Casting aside, this venture suffers from some serious technical production issues, lines are often misread or stumbled-over and limited attention is given to cover up these mistakes. Overall I would give this podcast a 7.9. Good, but not great.