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GameInvasion Podcast – Episode 3 – Nintendovention

It’s Episode 3 of GameInvasion, our weekly podcast about all things video games! The question of the hour, what is going on with Nintendo? Less than a decade ago, Nintendo captured lighting in a bottle with the Wii, yet has disappointed gamers with the WiiU. We don’t like what they’re doing to themselves, and since we love them, we need to show how much they’re hurting us and themselves.

The gang, ScreenInvasion.com Video Games Editor Carl Wilhoyte. co-host Nick Hammer, and guests Katie Hammer and Nick Weber, sit Nintendo down and tell them some things they don’t want to hear. Because we love them very much. We’ve spent out entire lives playing Nintendo games, and we don’t want to see them self-destruct like their formal rival Sega did.

We gab about beloved Nintendo memories, what’s right (but mostly wrong) about the WiiU, and what Nintendo should do in the future. There’s centaur-shaped console ideas, augmented reality, sexy bathtime with Shigeru Miyamoto, lots of love for Zelda, and Katie’s patent-pending giggling. This week, it’s a Nintendovention.

 

 

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Carl Wilhoyte

Carl Wilhoyte

Carl Wilhoyte is the Video Games Editor of ScreenInvasion.com: a class warrior poet who writes about all things video games. He's sure everything is not under control and is not going to be okay. For a good time, follow his angry rants and smart thoughts on Twitter: @carlwilhoyte.