Episode 80: High Gunvoltage

On September 21, 2014 by Jason Rechtman and Jose Angel Salado

Episode 80: High Gunvoltage

It’s guns a blazin’ in this episode of the Random Nintendo Podcast as we bring you full impressions of the 3DS eShop’s Azure Striker Gunvolt, as well as go hands-on with the Wii U’s upcoming Bayonetta 2. Even before the guns are drawn, there’s still lots to discuss, starting with news and impressions from GameStop Expo 2014 (be sure to check out our photo gallery of the convention, too). We then break down a final round of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS news, the latest on Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, and an assortment of third-party news including the first details on the next Ace Attorney and the unveiling of a new game from the developers of SteamWorld Dig. Plus, we discuss August sales numbers and give impressions of Gunvolt’s 8-bit counterpart, Mighty Gunvolt.

If you prefer to play Mighty Gunvolt opposed to just hear about it, we’ve still got you covered. Simply follow us on Twitter @RandomNintendo for a chance to win a free copy of Mighty Gunvolt! We’ll choose one Twitter follower at random to receive the Mighty Gunvolt download code. We’ll tweet out full contest details later this week, but be sure to follow us now so you don’t miss out. You can also keep up with the latest podcast episodes by subscribing to the show on iTunes.

As always, we’ve includes links below for more information on all the news and games discussed in this episode. Each link also lists a time stamp so you can easily jump to the segments you are most interested in. Enjoy!



2 Responses to “Episode 80: High Gunvoltage”

  • Tommy C wrote on September 22, 2014 at 11:48 am:

    Not a big deal but Wayforward didn’t release shovel Knight. Former Wayforward developers that made yacht club games which was the developers for shovel Knight. Close enough though

    • Jason Rechtman
      Jason wrote on September 22, 2014 at 1:48 pm:

      Yeah, that was a slip up on my part. Thanks for the correction!

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