[Nintendo Everything Podcast] – episode #67 – Is E3’s importance waning? And unhealthy hype trains
Hello, my beautiful sewer babies! This week on NEP, our big talk is on E3. With Sony gone (for good probably) but Nintendo still attending, Oni Dino and Galen take a look at the burning question: Is E3’s importance waning? There’s a lot of elements at play on both the consumer side and the business side, and we throw our hats into the ring. Plus, we’re talking mixed first impressions on Persona 5 Scrambled Eggs, Fire Emblem: Three Houses wave 4 DLC: Cindered Shadows, the Sonic film’s release (with a shocking mention of Pee Wee Herman) and generally unhealthy mindsets in the gaming community—a discussion sparked by… you guessed it: Pokemon Sword and Shield. Let’s Gaming!
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- 05:10 – Adventure Log: Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers
- 16:48 – Adventure Log: Dragon’s Crown Pro
- 26:02 – News: Fire Emblem: Three Houses Wave 4 DLC Ashen Wolves releases
- 32:22 – News: Sonic the Hedgehog film released this week. We didn’t see it.
- 36:44 – News: Pokemon crashing your Pokemon in Sword and Shield—maybe.
- 48:07 – News: Nintendo confirms E3 2020 presence. What is the importance of E3? Let’s take a look at it from the consumer side and the business side.
- 1:16:29 – Additional DLC
- 1:20:09 – Listener Mail
- Clay Kramer’s channel on YouTube
- Team FourStar – DBZA Farewell
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