Nitro Game Injection #303: Crystalline (15th Anniversary Special)

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15 YEARS of NGI goodness are celebrated on this episode, featuring classics by Game Over, DCT, and Level 99, new music from our good friends at Chiptunes = WIN, and more!

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BumbleKast #65: NINTENDO SIXTY FOOOOUR!

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Better late than never, Ian and Kyle spend the 65th episode discussing the Nintendo 64!

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Molehill Mountain Episode 89 – Let’s Smash Bros.

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There was a Nintendo Direct this week. What else is there to talk about?

  • 0:00 – Andrew talks about the various problems he had with his first two hours with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  • 36:36 – We discuss the recent Nintendo Direct
  • 1:31:58 – Yep, time to talk Smash Bros.!

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Nitro Game Injection #302: Keep Out the Celt (Celtic Special)

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NGI heads to the British Isles this week with an eye on collecting just some of the most excellent celtic-inspired video game music arrangements out there!

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Molehill Mountain Episode 88 – Sick and Wrong

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Andrew has caught the flu so it’s an EZK solo show this week!

On the agenda, Trump is meeting with the games industry next week, but no one told the games industry and the ESRB has added “In-Game Purchases” to the list of non-content descriptors.

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Nitro Game Injection #301: Near a Tomato

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Nitro Game Injection enters a post-300 episode world, where not much has changed: the host remains questionably capable, but the music remains completely badass! This episode features tracks from a new release by Ferdk, a celebration of gaming’s major March anniversaries, the latest from Dwelling of Duels and OverClocked ReMix, a new segment featuring remixes from KWED, and more, as well as announcing the 300th episode digital prize pack winners!

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BumbleKast #64: The Last Jedi

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On this episode, Ian and Kyle bring their commentary on the latest Star Wars movie.

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Radio OverCoat #250 (2018-02-27): Hosono Show

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Well, well! I made it to show number 250! To celebrate this momentous achievement, I did a live show featuring one of my favorite, if not absolute favorite composers, Haruomi Hosono. And then the recording glitched out and my voice came out skippy and distorted. Heck. Then I re-recorded this one, two days later, with the exact same playlist. As well as this being episode #250, I’ve nearly been DJing for seven years now. Radio OverCoat has been a huge part of my life since its inception, and I’m glad it’s been part of yours too. Thanks everyone, for listening to me for so long. Read on for the full playlist:

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Radio OverCoat #249 (2018-02-18): Tango Jam

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Big news everyone! There’s a new TQ-Jam album. Unfortunately, the Bandcamp downloads are all used up and he got rid of the URL that I had said on the show, however it’s still available completely for free at his website [tq-jam.com], including even the .nsf files! After that, I played some tango [mostly Piazzolla] and some Nice Jazz. Read on for the full playlist:

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Molehill Mountain Episode 87 – Publishers and Politicians

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It’s like they’re trying to piss us off.

  • 0:00 – Monster Hunter World’s DLC is grossly overpriced.
  • 10:18 – YouTube’s recommendations algorithm sucks.
  • 28:38 – Game developer uses malware as DRM. It goes about as well as you’d expect.
  • 41:34 – ESA doesn’t want you to enjoy anything it can’t make money off of, bemoans it sees no revenue from admission fees of museums displaying video games that have long since been end-of-life’d.
  • 56:28 – Konami is monetizing extra save slots. Seriously.
  • 1:02:38 – Assassin’s Creed: Origins’ educational spin off saddled with unnecessary censorship.
  • 1:09:26 – Politicians are being dumb about video games. Again.

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