Episode from the podcastFamicom Dojo Video Game Podcast

112: The Osborne Effect (Live at DaishoCon 2014)

Released Saturday, 29th November 2014
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There are problems with announcing new hardware that's not available everywhere, such as the New 3DS coming out in Japan but not the US, including features that the regular 3DS does not have, yet Nintendo claims that because the North American market hasn't peaked yet with the old hardware that it will hold off releasing it. Instead, we're getting a line of special 3DS designs (never minding that a feature of the New 3DS is removable faceplates).

Vinnk and Sean (well, mostly just Sean) head off to the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells for this first-ever live recording of the Famicom Dojo podcast, wondering why anyone would even get a 3DS for the holidays when a new one will probably be out in 2015. This is only the sort of thing you can get away with because of region locking. Vinnk explains his person Osborne Effect with Smash Bros. for 3DS, and Sean gushes about P.T., which he played on his new PS4. Plus, questions from our live audience!

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