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Nintendo Dads Podcast #074: The Salty, Grumpy Episode

April 21, 2016 / 10:18 AM

By: Jesse Waldack

nd_074_artOn this week’s episode of the Nintendo Dads Podcast:

• Our thoughts on the Star Fox Zero anime
• Kickstarter for a Mother localization documentary
• SpongeBob SquarePants themed Splatoon Splatfest
Metroid Prime: Federation Force gets a release date
• Zac plays Star Fox Zero, Hyrule Warriors Legends, Earthbound, and Lost Reavers
• Jesse plays Lost Reavers, Witch and Hero II, and Poker Night 2
• Justin plays Runbow DLC and Lost Reavers
• Visit from the Postman

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About the author /

Having played Intellivision and Atari games since he was six, Jesse has not only grown up with video games, but has seen just about everything. A husband and father of three teenagers, he still tries to squeeze in a game or three when he is able.

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1 Comment

  1. Jacob Rush

    Hey guys I just got done listening to the latest podcast! I really enjoyed it. I wanted to say that Justin took the words right out of my mouth when he talked about savorying games. Growing up the way I got games was exactly how Justin said it. For my birthday I got 1 videogame, and for Christmas I got 2 videogames. And occasionally I sometimes got a new game around summer time. But that happend more as I got into my middle school days. I also regret selling my Nintendo GameCube and most of my games for it. I was in the 6th grade when I got my GameCube and it meant so much to me because my mom said she would not buy me a new system cause in her mind she had just got the 64 like 4 or 5 years prior. But to get the GameCube I had to push mow lawn after lawn saving up $20 at a time and sometimes doing other little jobs for people to save up and buy my own GameCube. I fell into the trap we all do. I got into high school became more active with sports and friends and my games became less important. And now as a young adult I have to slowly rebuy all of my old games and systems again. Oh what a fool I was! The same goes for Pokemon cards too! So hard to find! Thanks guys just wanted to share my story with you. Keeping doing a great job and I’ll be listening!
    Jacob Rush

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