Nintendo Times Radio 20: Sometimes Smaller IS Better

This episode of Nintendo Time Radio barely cracks the two hour barrier, a rarity for us. Sometimes a smaller episode is just what the doctor ordered. Much like the last episode, we forego the Feature presentation to focus on the games we’ve been playing and the latest news. We cover NBA 2k17 and touch base with my progress in Dragon Quest VII. Much more awaits, so let’s get started, shall we?



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Show Notes:

Nintendo Times Radio is a podcast covering the entire spectrum of the video game universe. Unlike the site, we often discuss games and topics unrelated to Nintendo. In other words, even if you’re not the biggest Nintendo fan out there, we hope you’ll find some value in our conversations and topics. Here’s what’s in store for this episode:



Ben – NBA 2k17 (PS4)

Craig – Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past (3DS)

James – Destiny: Rise of Iron (PS4)

Ben – Star Wars Battlefront (PS4)

Craig – Forza Horizon 3 (XBox One)

Craig – The Hidden Costs of 4K Gaming

James – Watch Dogs: Bad Blood DLC (PS4)

Craig – Dragon Quest Builders Demo (PS4)


October’s PlayStation Plus Games

Famicom Mini Announced & NES Classic Edition Features

PlayStation 4 Finally Surpasses Wii U Sales In Japan

NX News & Rumors

Warp Zone Commentary

Project Scorpio Pricing

PlayStation VR Discussion


Contact us on Twitter at:

Craig: @CraigMajaski
James: @MajorLameGamer
Ben: @BenGaming00

Music Credits:

Intro: Frontier by Doctor Vox
♫ DOCTOR VOX – Frontier

Sepiks Redux by Misha Mansoor – Destiny: Rise of Iron OST

SNES Mix by Temas Sueltos


Craig Majaski

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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