Carl, Joey, and Christian return from a five month hiatus to grace the Internet with episode 12 of the official iNintendo podcast -- you can stop listening to all the unofficial, fan-made episodes now. In this week's podcast, the crew talks about baseball, Wii U power issues, Assassin's Creed III, Elder Scrolls Online disappointment, and they finish off the show yapping about all sorts of MMO games that aren't Elder Scrolls related. Be sure to like iNintendo on Facebook and follow the site on Twitter.
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Recorded On: May 11, 2012
Carl grew up playing what ever his family had for his faithful SNES, whether it be the Super Star Wars series, Super Mario World, or The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. When the Nintendo 64 released he was instantly hooked on The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, a game that he still considers to be his all-time favorite and the title that planted the seeds of Zelda addiction. Carl currently resides somewhere in Colorado where he plays everything from the Wii to Playstation 3 and yells at people on the Internet who think The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is a bad game.
When Joey was but a lad his parents put him in a daycare because they didn't love him. There, he played a Super NES and got hooked on Super Mario World. The only current generation system Joey owns is a DS, and upon hearing that Nintendo would soon be releasing a successor to the DS that he won't be able to afford, Joey raged so terribly that tornadoes ravaged half of Kansas. Joey lives right down the street from Chris' farm and they play PC games on Steam with each other regularly.
Christian comes from a modest upbringing: his mom was a God-fearing lunatic that insisted their home be no warmer than 55 degrees in the summer and winter, and his father once lit a bird on fire. Nevertheless, Christian is a gentleman and a scholar, who spends his time playing StarCraft and collecting butterflies. We should also mention that he's a brony and a mod on the MLP subreddit.