Social Link Podcast #8: Welcome to the Next Generation

This week’s episode of the Social Link Podcast has us talking about the next generation, Nintendo (again), and unearthing old conversations like the one about Final Fantasy X! Here’s a summary of what happened:

  • I talk about how I got rid of my limited edition Zelda 3DS, black Wii U, and PSP-3000…
  • … for a PlayStation 4!
  • Anthony’s rant is all about opinions on the Internet. Of course, he’d rant about that. Almost predictable…
  • … and, of course, I disagree with him about it.
  • And because we’re both playing through Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remix, we’re going to be talking about Final Fantasy in this episode!

This episode was recorded on March 20, 2014.

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0 thoughts on “Social Link Podcast #8: Welcome to the Next Generation

  1. Good podcast, first, I want to say thank you, I know I’m not the only one who thinks both Reggie and Iwata should step down, even Pachter and Sessler even agree with you. Getting rid of Iwata is a first step, but at least it will go the right direction. You can listen to my blog on why Iwata should step down. Ever since the N64 and GameCube, Nintendo just became second fiddle to Sony. Most consumers who buys Nintendo console buy them just to play Nintendo games, but in the big picture, they do need 3rd party to make profits. As long Iwata is in charge, Nintendo can’t get better.

    It saddens me that Alex sold his Wii U, I just send him a friend request, lol, maybe Alex we can exchange 3Ds friends code, heh,heh…. I too will eventually get a PS4, just waiting for a right bundle with a in-pack game.

    Perhap when FFX/X-2 goes cheap, I might get it and replay it, I did finish the first one, but never the second one.

    Overall nice podcast, I got more questions for the podcast, wait and see…


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