Vookcast Episode #100 – E3 2014 Spectacular

It’s been a huge week for Nintendo and we think it shows in this episode of the Vookcast! Commemorating our 100th episode, the team looks at all of the announcements to come out of E3. The usual team of James, Steven and Daniel is joined by special guests Scott (aka Lucrei) as well as newcomer Wayne.

The episode opens with a run down of the titles announced for this year – including Devil’s Third, Smash Bros. for both 3DS and Wii U as well as Nintendo’s ambitious new figurine line, the Amiibo range. Hyrule Warriors, Bayonetta 2 and the surprise Bayonetta 1 port as well as Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker are discussed too!

With such a busy 2014, an even busier 2015 is on the horizon too! The team discusses Zelda for Wii U, Mario vs. Donkey Kong, Code Name S.T.E.A.M., Yoshi’s Woolly World, Splatoon, Mario Party 10, Mario Maker, Kirby & The Rainbow Curse and Xenoblade X.

But that’s not all! The team also talks about Miyamoto’s projects 0 including Project Giant Robot, Project Guard and the much talked about Star Fox for Wii U.

Even games that weren’t at the show get a mention! The team finishes the episode talking about the game that weren’t shown, but we hoped were. Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem, Metroid and the much rumoured Majora’s Mask 3D were discussed too.

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The cast can be reached for any questions or comments on their Twitter profiles: –

James ‚Äď @Nemesis556
Steven ‚Äď @StevenImpson
Daniel ‚Äď @flamecondor
Wayne ‚Äď @WayneGio
Scott ‚Äď @ScottLucrei

This episode was produced by Steven and features the following music in order of appearance: –

Phendrana Drifts (from Metroid Prime)
by Kenji Yamamoto & Kouichi Kyuma

Deku Palace (from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask)
by KŇćji KondŇć

Thardus (from Metroid Prime)
by Kenji Yamamoto & Kouichi Kyuma

Astral Observatory (from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask)
by KŇćji KondŇć

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James Mitchell
Avid gamer since I was as young as three years old when I received my first NES. Currently studying full time and consider myself a balanced gamer. Enjoy games on all systems, from all genres, on all platforms. Sometimes feels like he's too optimistic for this industry.

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