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Update: Game Night is now over! Winners will be announced very soon.


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Note: Game night will start at 6:30. Come gather in the IRC and chat until we start!

You all know the drill I’m sure: Hop in the IRC and play some Mario Kart Wii with all of us from the site! Remember, those in first and second place win a free copy of Grease: The Video Game for Wii or DS!



Howdy all! The podcast is up on Sunday this week because I’ve been busy, but it should be a lot of fun for everyone now that it’s up. I had a lot of fun with this show as we go over things like recent news, games we’ve been playing, and all the regular jazz that makes this what it is. Enjoy!

To Subscribe:

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If you want to subscribe to us with another feedgrabber aside from iTunes, copy this link into the box labelled “Feed location”:

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To Download:

Click here to listen (Right click and “Save As” to download the raw MP3)

Thanks for bearing with us as we continue to sort everything out regarding the podcast, and be sure to e-mail me at [email protected] if you have any questions/concerns/listener mail/other that you want to send to the crew!


Been a while since I’ve done a WDYT article, eh? Well, they’re back and better than ever. Why? Because they’re in video form! This week I talk about people talking about The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, as well as giving my own thoughts on the game itself. Enjoy!


The second episode of our podcast features a few new voices and a few missing ones, lots of game talk, some more (possibly slightly less than genuine) listener mail, and a good bit of laughs in between. We’re still working on catching our stride, so bear with us as things can get a little hectic from now until then!

To Subscribe:

Click here to subscribe to us on iTunes!

If you want to subscribe to us with another feedgrabber aside from iTunes, copy this link into the box labelled “Feed location”:

http://feeds.feedburner.com/GamingeverythingPodcast

To Download:

Click here to listen (Right click and “Save As” to download the raw MP3)

Thanks for bearing with us as we continue to sort everything out regarding the podcast, and be sure to e-mail me at [email protected] if you have any questions/concerns/listener mail/other that you want to send to the crew!


With less than two months until it releases in Japan, we’re currently being flooded with new information about the two upcoming Pokémon games: Black and White. I figured that with so much information out there, it’s time to sort through the magazine scans, Pokémon Sunday clips and leaked information to deliver all the essential facts on these new Pokémon games. And also speculate a bit.


Game Info:

System: Nintendo DS
Category: RPG
Players: 1-4
Release date: July 11, 2010
Developer: Level-5/Square Enix
Publisher: Nintendo

Dragon Quest has always been a huge hit in Japan, but has never quite managed to capture the same attention elsewhere. It seems more likely, in comparison to past DQ games that the release of Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies will lead to greater worldwide success. Never before has a primary Dragon Quest game been released on a handheld – in fact, it is designed for the best-selling portable video game console of all time. Moreover, the title features a mix of classic role-playing gameplay as well as a few new additions and modifications that make this particular title a worthy addition to the series.


As if it wasn’t already easy enough to guess, NintendoEverything.com and GamingEverything.com have started up a joint podcast, headed by yours truly! To jump right into it, the first episode was recorded today with staff members from both NE and GE, as well as some people you’ve never heard of, so give it a listen as I explain exactly what this all means with a helpful FAQ. Thanks a bunch for support, you guys, and I really truly hope you find the podcast enjoyable! If not, definitely let me know what we can do to make it better for you to hear!

FAQ

You said this was a GamingEverything and NintendoEverything joint podcast. Does this mean you’ll talk about one system more than any other?

Nope! It is technically a multiplatform podcast, but it’s really casual in terms of which systems get expressed in which ways. Don’t expect any flaming going on in here!

Should I bother listening to this if I only visit NintendoEverything.com?

Yes, absolutely! Not only do we cover a lot of important Nintendo news, most Nintendo-centric podcasts have a lot of talk of the other systems, so it should be completely bearable if not enjoyable to you.

Is this podcast on iTunes? Can I subscribe to it?

The answer is both yes and no. It is not on iTunes yet but it will be by this time next week. I’ll let you all know when it is and how you can subscribe to it as soon as it is! For now, just download the raw MP3 or listen to it in your browser!

Who all in on the podcast?

The podcast team this particular episode consists of 5 people:

Austin: That would be me. The GamingEverything and NintendoEverything feature-writer who pops in and out at random times.

Jack: Jack is a writer for GamingEverything who is also an avid Nintendo fan.

Mitch: Mitch is another GamingEverything writer, who is a pretty well rounded gamer, but has a soft spot in his heart for Sony.

Nick: Nick is simply a friend who enjoys playing games and talking about them. He is a staff member on neither site.

Laura: Laura, our sole female, is a gamer who also does not write for either site, but contributes to the podcast with her love of gaming.

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If you have any other questions, post them in the comments or e-mail them to me at [email protected] Otherwise, I’ll let the podcast speak entirely for itself!

NGE Podcast: Episode 1: Memoirs of a Ke$ha (Click to listen, right click and “Save As” to download!)


Game Info:

System: Nintendo DS
Category: Puzzle
Players: 1
Developer: Scholastic
Publisher: Scholastic

When I was a kid, I loved the I Spy series of books. I’ve owned quite a few different editions, including the original I Spy and my personal favorite I Spy: Haunted House. To this day I’ll occasionally go back and glance through them, noticing little things I never did before and getting a little blast of nostalgia from many years back. When I received an e-mail from Scholastic Media offering me a review copy of the game, I certainly couldn’t refuse. After all, what’s better than the content of several I Spy books all in one cartridge? Well, apparently quite a bit…