Zachary and the Mrs. are busy moving their brood to the side of the fence where the grass is greener but that doesn’t mean Andrew is all by his lonesome. Nope! Youtuber and Nintendo commentator Super Metal Dave 64 joins the show to talk all things Switch! 6:55 – Mega Man MUSCLE figures shown off
This week’s episode of Molehill Mountain is chock full of political goodness. Or badness. Uh… We talk politics! 25:33 – What does a tariff on imported goods mean to gamers? 43:36 – What does getting rid of net neutrality mean to gamers? 55:55 – Brad Bushman study gets trashed 1:03:40 – Capcom, Sherlock Holmes and
Another week, another podcast. Here’s what EZK and Andrew discussed this time: 14:44 – We try and fail to keep straight all the new Fire Emblem games 36:25 – Nintendo has released a few more interesting Switch details 53:58 – New survey examines the percentage of female gamers by genre
Coming out of the Switch Event from last Thursday night, I have some additional thoughts about the Switch. I shared my first impressions back in October after the switch teaser trailer. My initial impression was that while I liked the system idea in general, I found it hard to think of ways its unique feature
Last week, Nintendo spent an hour telling us all about its upcoming portable console, the Nintendo Switch. So naturally, EZK and Andrew spend two and a half hours talking about Nintendo talking about the Nintendo Switch! I don’t know if we were speaking the truth or speaking bollocks but somehow we attracted a lot more
This is the last Molehill Mountain for 2016 and Andrew was away again. We will not have a podcast on Christmas Eve nor New Years Eve, so you will be on your own for entertainment those nights. I open the show talking about Arc the Lad, a very short precursor to Arc the Lad 2.
I don’t have the time nor inclination to write up a full blown 800 word article on this, but I still wanted to share my thoughts. So introducing the first Random Tower Quick Thought. These are meant to get something that is nagging me off my chest and to spark a conversation. You don’t have
While Andrew was unable to join me on the Molehill Mountain Podcast this past Saturday, he still had something to say about our signature topic of the night, Super Mario Run’s always online requirement. The video is 4 and a half minutes long and great fun, like most his videos. Check it out. He posted