There are tons of gaming podcasts in the wild, but Nintendo Week stands alone as it recaptures all the fun of Nintendo in the form of a weekly show. Every episode brings news recaps, discussions, games, music, and more to create a show for all kinds of Nintendo fans, whether they’re new or old, passionate or passing-by.

This week we share our take on the newly-announced “NES Classics Edition” console, followed by a few discussions about the role it can play in the marketplace as Nintendo prepares to launch NX, the future of this “Classics” line with SNES and Game Boy, and whether it should have been able to connect to the eShop or Virtual Console in some way. You can check out the episode below—or if you’d like to save it to listen later, you can
check the latest episode out on iTunes, available now.

We’d also like to announce a new Facebook group for the Nintendo Week community:
The Nintendo Week Fun Club. Here we’ll be interacting one-on-one with listeners like you as we have fun with polls, brainstorm ideas for Nintendo Week, and share what’s been going on in our gaming lives. This is also where we’ll be conducting most of the discussions we have about the future of Nintendo Week, so if you want to weigh in on how we run the show (especially now, as we’re considering whether to change to a biweekly format), be sure to join the group!



Nintendo Week is currently available in full on
iTunes, Podbean, and right here at Gamnesia—and tons of videos from the show are available on YouTube where it’s easy to find them based on your favorite subjects… Between it all, there are plenty of ways you can engage with Nintendo Week, one of the best places to find all things Nintendo. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes for the earliest possible access to new episodes, or subscribe to our channel on YouTube for totally neato visuals. But if you’d rather not subscribe, you can still find all of our Nintendo Week content right here at Gamnesia.

If you’d like to be heard on Nintendo Week, please email me at [email protected]. We regularly run segments for listener questions, gaming advice, suggestions on discussion topics, and more from listeners like you, so we’d love for you to reach out! You can also reach me at that email address with any feedback you have, and we’ll do our best to improve our show! We want to give you guys the best podcast we can, so please don’t be afraid to leave suggestions.

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