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NWR Connectivity is a weekly podcast that is focused on connecting the listeners to the going-ons at Nintendo World Report. It highlights key stories and features from the site while also pulling in a variety of staff members to talk about different topics, such as new releases and important news stories. This is your ticket into the minds behind Nintendo World Report, for better or worse.
 
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Fresh off two giant Metroid Game Club episodes, Neal and John happily return to a smaller one hour format. But before we get to listener mail or what we've played recently we need to talk about the inevitably reality that is Quest 64 on NSO. Afterwords we discuss the realities of video game credits before diving into discussions of Dungeon Encounte…
 
In which we spoil Metroid Dread. Don't listen to this if you don't want us to spoil Metroid Dread. No really. Connectivity has joined Twitter, so be sure to follow @ConnectivityNWR to be up to date on any announcements. We are wanting more listener participation, so feel free to ask questions, they may show up in the show! Please send in some hard-…
 
In which we spoil Metroid Dread. Don't listen to this if you don't want us to spoil Metroid Dread. No really. Connectivity has joined Twitter, so be sure to follow @ConnectivityNWR to be up to date on any announcements. We are wanting more listener participation, so feel free to ask questions, they may show up in the show! Please send in some hard-…
 
As we celebrate the launch of Metroid Dread, the gang assembles what we thought would be the most divisive 2D Metroid. Turns out we all love it. Metroid Other M on the other hand... Connectivity has joined Twitter, so be sure to follow @ConnectivityNWR to be up to date on any announcements. We are wanting more listener participation, so feel free t…
 
Matt and Jared join John to talk about their recent experience playing Metroid Dread and the Switch OLED Model at a recent Nintendo press event. Fair warning, if you're worried about spoilers from the first hour or so of Metroid Dread, this may not be for you. Connectivity has joined Twitter, so be sure to follow @ConnectivityNWR to be up to date o…
 
Our favorite News Editor joins us to chat about our recent game pickups before moving on to theorizing about the direct that just happened. We record on Wednesdays for our episodes that post on Fridays. The Direct happened on Thursday. I'm sure you see the problem. Laugh at our horrible mistakes while being moderately impressed by things we got rig…
 
Justin joins us to talk about his own playthrough of the 2D Metroid series and it turns out he really enjoys Return of Samus. Neal has been having a great time rolling around with monkeys but less fun skating with birds. And John is cleaning up his backlog of Darksiders save files so that he has more room for Darksiders save files. Finally we turn …
 
We're back with another Metroid Game Club discussion, but this time we're up against the legendary Super Metroid. Our cast ranges from having first played Super Metroid around when it came out, all the way up to 2019. So join us as we debate the modern value of this Super Nintendo classic. Connectivity has joined Twitter, so be sure to follow @Conn…
 
Zach joins John and Neal to catch up on a bunch of games, both new and old. But first Neal and Zach chat with John about his recently released documentary on the development of Star Fox Command. John shares some stories from production and some additional insights from his interviews with the developers. After that Zach and John gush over how good …
 
Sometimes a game can be great one moment and terrible the next. Matt discusses his time with No More Heroes 3 and John keeps the trend going by looking back on his review of King's Bounty II. Neal follows up with some more positive thoughts on Spelunky 2 and Boyfriend Dungeon. Next, the summer of Skyward Sword continues with some in depth listener …
 
Resident editor Alex de Freitas and resident doctor (Mario World expert) Xander Morningstar fill in for John and Neal to cover the Pokemon Presents and Indie World events. But first, Xander gives a report on Dr. Mario World as he feverishly rushes to beat the game before its final days this fall. Alex shares his gripes with the less-than-stellar Ga…
 
We've gathered a mix of old and new voices to join our latest Metroid Game Club discussion. Metroid II: Return of Samus sets the groundwork for not only an official remake in Metroid: Samus Returns, but a slew of fan remakes including the legendary AM2R. Our gang discusses the evolution of gameplay, interpretations of the story, and the place of fa…
 
If there is one thing you should know about Alex, it is that he will happily sacrifice children if it means taking out alternate-reality Nazis. The gang marvels over the weird WWII inspired world of FUGA: Melodies of Steel before revisiting Dodgeball Accademia and The Falconeer.Next they look ahead to the fall and try to predict how people will rea…
 
Neal and John actually played some games this week! Neal is working on his review of Sports RPG Dodgeball Academia and John fulfills his promise of diving deep into the world of Jelly Boy. Next, the fellas discuss the recent allegations filed against Activision Blizzard and what this culture means for the industry as a whole while also discussing h…
 
Zach returns to the show after missing out on our first Metroid Game Club episode because we still wanted to hear his thoughts on Metroid and Zero Mission. But first Neal played that new PokéMOBA, Pokémon Unite, and has some initial thoughts on it. The gang covers some news stories including new non-Earthbound titles coming to Switch Online and Joh…
 
Happy Skyward Sword HD day! Alex joins Neal and John to quickly chat about the Switch (OLED Model) before moving on to The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD. Neal recounts the leadup to the original Wii release and his time reviewing the game. The gang laments the shift in perception towards the game over time but ultimately just spends a while tal…
 
We kick off our Metroid Saga Game Club with a long discussion about Metroid and Metroid: Zero Mission. We dip into our personal history with the NES original and the GBA remake, as well as our modern experiences, Samus' story, and the series speedrunning legacy.The crew is vast and maybe each one represents an area of Zebes. We'll leave that determ…
 
Neal is out this week but he's assembled a elite team of people who don't like Mario Golf Super Rush very much. But before we get to that, Justin Berube and Matt Zawodniak chat about the new Smash DLC character and their weirdly good experience with Microsoft's Cloud. In the main event Justin and Matt break down why they've been disappointed with M…
 
John talks about the bizarrely impactful LEGO Builder's Journey and Neal journeys back to the 90's for Legend of Mana's arrival on Switch. Metroid Game Club is in full swing and the fellas check in with their initial impressions of Metroid Zero Mission (officially NWR's favorite Metroid game). Then the fellas continue on to the incredibly full July…
 
Neal is out fighting a war he cannot possibly hope to win against an army with superior numbers. Meanwhile Alex and John get real hyped for Metroid Dread, Breath of the Wild 2, Advance Wars, and WarioWare. We also check in to see if Alex has bought a copy of Star X yet for his GBA collection. Connectivity has joined Twitter, so be sure to follow @C…
 
Neal has one more child now than he did in the last episode.Alex de Freitas joins John and Neal to talk about what E3 was and may never be again. The gang discusses the origins of the ESA and the future of the concept of trade shows in general. Neal ponders how he will explain to future generations what an E3 was.Next the fellas discuss the Playdat…
 
If you remember a world with Big Bertha, the Boom Boom Bar, and E3 2020, then you'll love this week's episode of Connectivity. John and Neal kick things off by talking about the restored version of the Super Mario Bros. movie before diving into some listener mail about video game books, early RPGs, and more.A handful of sure-to-be-wrong Nintendo E3…
 
Dinosaur afficinado Zach Miller joins to talk about some video games and make John and Neal's brain wrinkle with some Jeopardy. Thankfully, our Switch Pro talk didn't become woefully outdated before the episode went live, but the rest should be decently timeless.Zach has been playing Robot Dinosaur Zelda (aka Horizon: Zero Dawn) while John's been s…
 
Jordan Rudek returns to talk about his time with the remastered Mass Effect Trilogy but before we get to that, we have to collectively throw down about Nintendo Switch Online. Is John right that we'd largely just play 15 minutes of whatever notable games get added? Is Neal right that it's like a '90s Blockbuster rental lineup? Is Jordan right that …
 
After a great disturbance in the force, Blockade Runner co-host Ryan Grove joins us again to talk Star Wars, but before then, we get to hear Ryan's thoughts on Resident Evil Village and the series at large, then we go move on to Subnautica before following a wild ride that starts with Zombies Ate My Neighbors and takes a sizable detour through PSP …
 
Game Builder Garage was announced hours before recording, so John and Neal open by talking about Nintendo's upcoming game-making game. Then, Neal talks through his conflicted feelings of EA buying Super Mega Baseball developers Metalhead Software as well as Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2's Switch release date bringing the end of Vicarious Visions close…
 
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