Warp World Podcast

Like Twitch but without the games… and video.

After week’s of talking about how Nintendo is going to undersupply with the SNES Classic edition, GrandPOOBear and Jaku completely change their tune. Nintendo announced that they will be bringing back the NES Classic in 2018, as well as continuing to produce the SNES Classic through next year. This, along with local Targets and Walmarts being shipped 30-50 units on launch day, makes Poo and Jaku feel like consumers won’t be let down this year like they were last year with the NES Classic’s original run. Rockstar Games released the first trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2 and it looks like it’ll be another hit for them after GTA 5’s release 5 years ago. Poo and Jaku talk about what they could learn from GTA’s success and what they hope Rockstar will incorporate into the new game.

Poo and Jaku welcome on Nick and Josh, creators of Killer Queen to talk about how they get started with building the hit arcade game, as well as where they see the game going in the future. They talk about their upcoming event, BumbleBash 2, and how they feel the game’s competitive community has evolved with the game. Check out the event on Twitch on October 6th!

You can submit any questions you have to podcast@warp.world for the Ask the Broadcasters segment!

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Warp World Podcast

2 Responses so far.

  1. Martijn van Luinen says:

    Hey Poo and Jaku,

    I really love your show and you guys tell amazing stories and chitterchatter with each other and guests. But although the game killer queen sounded quite ok, it kinda felt like a waste of time waiting a full episode untill you went on to the next subject, finding out that the entire episode was about 1 game that is not even accessable in this side of the world.

    The episode 14 interview was much better as there was more than just 1 game being discussed but please never have an episode like nr 13 again.

  2. Fiz says:

    Hey. I just want to say that I loved this episode. Ignore what the other dude said. It was a great insight into the indie arcade scene.