Thanks to Retsuza for the artwork!
Thanks to Retsuza for the artwork!

Pokémon AI controversy! Deep, deep Super Monkey Ball lore! Tantalizing pizza talk! All sorts of Switch game impressions. You get all this and SO much more in our latest episode!

Thanks to Donut Muffin for this episode’s timestamps!

  • 0:00:32 Intro
  • 0:01:41 Squawkabilly Description
  • 0:02:52 Crew’s Here
  • 0:05:57 Hello to Our Discord
  • 0:07:16 Pizza Discussion
  • 0:18:12 Super Monkey Ball: Banana Rumble Press Kit Unboxing
  • 0:33:41 GoNintendo Patreon Recap
  • 1:04:17 Let’s Get to News
  • 1:04:32 Marvel vs. Capcom Fighting Collection: Arcade Classics Physical Release Will Not Require Additional Download
  • 1:06:29 Multiple Pokémon TCG Illustration Contest Artists Disqualified Following Accusations of AI-Generated Art
  • 1:16:30 Palworld Might Not Come to Switch for ‘Technical Reasons’
  • 1:18:24 Top 20 Games by Active Users and Revenue for May 2024 Revealed
  • 1:23:13 Nintendo Investor Meeting and Thoughts on Using AI In Game Development
  • 1:27:39 Nintendo Considering Both Sequels and New IP
  • 1:28:58 North American Switch eShop Releases
  • 1:37:02 European Switch eShop Releases
  • 1:47:20 Nintendo Considered Naming Donkey Kong ‘‘Kong Dong, Steel Kong’’ and Many Others
  • 1:52:19 What Mom Brain Played
  • 1:56:47 What Nicky Hill Played
  • 1:57:40 What Deux Michaels Played
  • 2:12:37 What Raw Meat Cowboy Played
  • 2:28:48 Podcast Question
  • 2:30:55 Patron Question
  • 2:34:26 Music Trivia
  • 2:49:47 Deux’s Views: Rumor of the Week
  • 2:53:13 Outro

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20d ago

I am so excited to have the experience of not understanding the picture until listening to the pod! I love it!


20d ago


Sorry, didn't listen live. Non-specific action figure was part of the reveal commercial for the Wii U. I remember thinking that they were really smart with the marketing for Wii U in that they were targeting "hipsters" rather than "gamers", and that the Wii U should be viewed as the "cool" console. Unfortunately, they dropped that line of marketing as soon as they realised it didn't work.