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Nerds Without Pants Special: Switched On

In which Patrick becomes a mouthpiece for Nintendo.

With the Nintendo Switch right around the corner, the Nerds Without Pants bring you hands on impressions of the next big thing from the house of Mario! JD sits in with us, and we are joined by David Welch from Experimental Gamer. He is the man behind the Western-themed RPG Boot Hill Heroes, so go check them out!

Patrick and David worked the recent Nintendo Switch event in Chicago, and JD attended a similar show in New York, so the three of them answer Julian’s questions about the new Nintendo console. We discuss what it’s like to demo games for Nintendo, the event as a whole, the feel of the JoyCon, a brief look at some of the games, and more. Marvel at how deep into the Nintendo well that Patrick has delved! We close with some more talk about David’s upcoming sequel to Boot Hill Heroes. You can follow him on twitter @boothillheroes, so let him know what you think, and look forward to him being on a regular edition of the show. 



Super Step

02/20/2017 at 09:34 PM

So I was listening to this while prepping a lesson for my social media intro course and the term "brand ambassador" stuck out, as it's something that's come up a lot lately. I may want to ask Patrick to Skype into my class even ... I'll have to listen to this again, since i was taking notes on a chapter on first listen.

Angelo Grant Staff Writer

02/27/2017 at 01:01 PM

Found a pretty good example of the music from Boot Hill Heroes. I really enjoy it.

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