Dojo-Show-Go! Episode 169: Spoony Courtesans

We talk Wii U’s online service and a launch game for it, as well as PETA and cherished controllers.

By M. Noah Ward. Posted 11/16/2011 08:00 5 Comments     ShareThis

Dojo-Show-Go!

Dojo-Show-Go! Episode 169: Spoony Courtesans

Summary
Noah and Adam talk videogame death marches, Wii U’s online service and launch titles and even more controller fixations.

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Recording Date
November 15, 2011

Hosts
Noah and Adam

Contents
00:00:00 Introduction
00:03:49 What We’re Playing
00:14:32 Wii U’s Online Service, Ninja Gaiden and PETA
00:30:30 Warm Fuzzies Feedback
00:46:21 Conclusion
00:47:45 Credits

00:49:25 Total Length

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5 Responses to “Dojo-Show-Go! Episode 169: Spoony Courtesans”

  • 687 points
    KisakiProject says...

    Sad the podcast is going. I finished the main quest in 3Dland. It was a lot of fun. It only took 6 hours. I hope the S worlds have more content. For me 3DLand isn’t on par with Galaxy or 64 but still good.

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  • 1358 points
    xeacons says...

    I think PETA quit trying to put out a logical message a long time ago. The Perverted Establishment for Tacky Advertising just wants their face in the paper. So why are we giving them the attention they want? When you see them naked on the street “crying” for animals (that’s their biggest ploy), ignore them!

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  • 138 points
    MaStEr Of SaNdZ says...

    noooooooooooooooooooo don’t gooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 165 points
    Zeer0id says...

    Wow! Can’t believe this is it. I haven’t been listening to Dojo-Show-Go for all that long — maybe 4 or 5 months? — but it’s definitely become one of the highlights of my week. Thanks Noah, James, Aaron, and Adam for taking the time to give us Nintendo fans an hour or so of entertaining listening each week. And also to all the regular commenters! Especially dmgice. You’re awesome!

    I guess I’ll close out by saying I’ve been happily playing Mario 3D Land all week and just loving it. I won’t quite say EAD Tokyo have outdone themselves, because Galaxy 2 sets an incredibly high benchmark, but man this is a fun game all the same. It turns out the short levels are really perfect for the 3DS and the time records are great with StreetPass. I managed to get myself a “rival” and I’ve been doing what I can to best him whenever my initial times fell long. I’m closing in on 20 hours clocked now and still have a bit to go before unlocking that ultra-secret final level, which I’ve heard rivals SMG2’s Grandmaster Galaxy in challenge.

    So, aside from that, as I type this it appears midnight has struck on the 20th and of course we all know what that means. I’m just about losing my crap in hype at this point and probably won’t get much (or any) sleep tonight. I suppose by the time 170 is recorded, I’ll already be waist-deep in Zelda, and hopefully as enamored with it as I’ve been expecting.

    Anyway, thanks again, and I’m looking forward to whatever else is in store for us during DSG’s hiatus.

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  • 381 points
    Hyawatta says...

    Warm Fuzzies All Around

    As you may have deduced from my shotgun emails, I listen to many Nintendo podcasts. I do so during my hour commute to and from work. I look for news, feedback, and informed perspectives about the industry and Nintendo’s status in it. Of all the podcasts that I listen to, Dojo-Show-Go! has become my favorite. Your opinions are insightful, your news is accurate, and you don’t use up over half of the podcast talking at length about the games that you’ve been playing. The area where you stand head and shoulders above the rest, however, is you feedback. You never discount or degrade a reader’s comments. Regardless of whether you agree or disagree with the readers, you manage to communicate your replies without tearing them down. This creates an environment where readers can freely express themselves. The community on the Nintendojo site is one of the best I have ever seen for any Nintendo site, and I will stick around even after this podcast is done.

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