Warp Zone Podcast: October 1988

Remember last month when we boasted that it was the longest podcast we had ever recorded? Well, it turns out we broke the record again! No, we’re not purposely trying to make these podcasts go on forever, but sometimes we get a little carried away. Hopefully you don’t mind! As for our Energy Tank feature presentation, this month we go completely off topic by discussing our favorite horror movies from 1988 and prior. Remember, everyone’s entitled to one good scare on Halloween!

 

 

We hope you enjoy our trip down memory lane. As always, be sure to check out our Warp Zone section on the site for news, reviews, and more written as if from that time period. Don’t forget to send us your questions and suggestions to be featured on a future show via an e-mail (please put Warp Zone in the subject line) or by getting in touch with us via Twitter. As always, please rate us in iTunes. Plus, you can listen to us on Google Play Music!

 

SHOW NOTES:

WELCOME TO WARP ZONE!

0:00 – Introduction Music

0:47  – Press Start

POW BLOCK

1:30 – Introduction to POW Block

2:16 – Ghostbusters

9:46 – Joust

15:09 – MagMax

21:22 – Mickey Mousecapade

26:30 – Millipede

27:56 – Pac-Man

37:46 – Racket Attack

41:42 – Seicross

43:34 – Super Mario Bros. 2

INTERMISSION

1:17:44 – Overworld by Nintendo – Super Mario Bros. 2

PLAYING WITH POWER

1:18:34 – Introduction to Playing With Power

1:18:47 – Computer Gaming World | October 1988

1:23:38 – The Games Machine | October 1988

1:33:09 – Computer Entertainer | October 1988

1:45:41 – Game Player’s Nintendo Buyers Guide | Fall 1988

INTERMISSION

2:01:40 – Underworld by Nintendo – Super Mario Bros. 2

ENERGY TANK

2:02:07 – Our Favorite Horror Movies From 1988 & Prior

GAME OVER

3:25:30 – Thanks For Listening!

3:26:50 – Ending by Nintendo – Super Mario Bros. 2

3:27:24 – Saturday Supercade!

Contact us on Twitter at:

Craig: @NintendoTimes85
Aaron: @AaronConwell
Mike: @atheaon
Jay: @ZeroOrigin

 

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He’s currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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