Dojo-Show-Go! Episode 108: Genuine Article

Let’s name the best Mario game of all time.

By M. Noah Ward. Posted 09/15/2010 10:08 2 Comments     ShareThis
Dojo-Show-Go! Episode 108: Genuine Article

Noah and Tidman are joined by guest cohost Hbomb to talk about every Nintendo game they’re not playing as well as their all-time favorite Mario game.

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Recording Date
September 14, 2010

Noah, Tidman and Hbomb

00:00:00 Introduction
00:04:34 What We’re Playing and What Tidman’s Playing
00:18:18 Favorite Mario Game
00:25:00 Warm Fuzzies Feedback
00:34:01 Conclusion
00:35:01 Credits

00:37:16 Total Length


2 Responses to “Dojo-Show-Go! Episode 108: Genuine Article”

  • 690 points
    KisakiProject says...

    Hey guys. Great show as always. I have to say my favorite Mario game is Mario 64. The reason why being as a kid I had Vectrex then Genesis so N64 was my introduction to Nintendo outside of playing Nintendo games at the arcade at my dentists office. The game blew me away. Admittedly, I only played a bit at first because I couldn’t understand you could get more than 1 star per level. After talking to friends at school I was told how to play and loved it. I also enjoyed picking it up on DS when DS launched and reliving the experience. My honorable mention is Super Paper Mario. I could never get into Paper Mario’s battle system. However, when this came out its hybrid of classic mario and rpg was perfect for me. Plus it had the same great humor with a somewhat more mature darker subtext. It is my favorite Nintendo game of the last decade and I would love to see another one.

    PS Hbomb Breath of Death VII was great and I’m really looking forward to his next game.

  • 45 points
    poptart says...

    Great show guys as usual and H-Bomb was a welcomed addition. As far as picking my favorite mario game of all time, I would have to say Super mario Bros. I played that game religiously for 2 years because there was nothing like it previously on consoles. Atari Pitfall was supposed to be this game but the limitations of the 2600 kept that platformer from being a revolution. Imagine my surprise when first playing Super Mario Bros. and wrapping my head around the complexities of the game that was light years ahead of any platformer before it.

    The only other game that completely turned the industry on its side was Mario 64 but that is another story for another time. Thanks guys for bringing this topic to your listeners.

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