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PixlTalk Episode 80: Wii Unanimous Love

The Wii U is out and the love is free-flowing on this episode of PixlTalk.

After a short hiatus and some failed podcasts post-New York Comic Con, episode 80 has finally come to fruition. And not a moment too late, as the crew for this episode (Nick, Jason, and JD) all have their Deluxe Wii Us and are excited to talk about them.

To kick things off we discuss overall thoughts on the system, the Game Pad, and the onboard applications, like Miiverse and the eShop. Following our breakdown of the system itself discussion jumps straight into the games. Nick's been playing Nintendo Land, while JD has spent some time with ZombiU and Jason has delved deeply into both Epic Mickey 2 and New Super Mario Bros. U.

Whether you've picked up a Wii U or not, you should tune in to this episode of PixlTalk for a glut of Wii U impressions and some candid thoughts on the potential of the system and where it may be headed in the future.


 

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smartcelt

03/12/2013 at 12:55 PM

Although I do not own a Wii U [yet!] this was a highly interesting discussion. I'm so glad I looked into these podcasts. I can start one running on my laptop as I drive around. Listen to it as I go from town to town doing X-Ray during the day. And on my iPad at home. Too cool! Great job on this one,too.

Nick DiMola Director

03/12/2013 at 02:49 PM

Glad to hear you liked it! We need to get PixlTalk up and running again. Things got real crazy after the Wii U came out with family in town for the holidays and then the whole moving bit. Anyway, now that Chessa is done with school and we're getting close to settled in, we'll probably kick off another episode soon, so stay tuned!

Joaquim Mira Media Manager

03/12/2013 at 05:01 PM

HOORAY!

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