This week on All Things Nintendo, Brian is joined by Game Informer community member Nolan Filter to talk about the Mario series’ evolution. After discussing the new Christmas movie, 8-Bit Christmas on HBO Max, and running down all the latest Nintendo-related news, Brian chats with Nolan about his grad-school research paper on the evolution of Mario’s gameplay mechanics and about what they would like to see from Nintendo’s flagship franchise in the future.
If you’d like to follow the people from this episode on Twitter, hit the following links: Brian Shea (@brianpshea), Nolan Filter (@NolanFilter), Nolan’s upcoming game, Silly Seance (@SillySeance)
The All Things Nintendo podcast is a weekly show where we can celebrate, discuss, and break down all the latest games, news, and announcements from the industry’s most recognizable name. Each week, Brian is joined by different guests to talk about what’s happening in the world of Nintendo. Along the way, they’ll share personal stories, uncover hidden gems in the eShop, and even look back on the classics we all grew up with. A new episode hits every Friday!
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00:00:00 – Introduction
00:01:38 – First Nintendo Game/Favorite Nintendo Game
00:12:20 – Airing of Grievance/Pro Travel Tip for Switch
00:16:00 – 8-Bit Christmas Spoiler-Free Review
00:25:23 – Switch and Shin Megami Tensei V Sales Numbers
00:26:47 – New Pokémon Legends: Arceus Trailer and Info
00:32:18 – Nintendo Indie World Presentation
00:38:09 – Switch End-of-Year Player Stats
00:40:27 – The Evolution of Mario’s Mechanics
01:00:33 – What Could Be Next for Mario?
01:13:58 – Super Mario Run’s 5th Anniversary
01:17:15 – Definitive Ranking: Mario Bosses
01:28:00 – eShop Gem of the Week: Sumer
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For more Game Informer podcasts, be sure to check out The Game Informer Show, which covers the weekly happenings of the video game industry, and Video Gameography with host Ben Reeves, which explores the history of video games – one series at a time!
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