Warp Zone Podcast: February 1991
Welcome to another long trip down memory lane! We cover the games that came out for the NES back in February of 1991 and cover the magazines for that month as well. Our big Energy Tank feature sees us handing out our annual Warp Zone Awards to the 1990 games that deserve special praise. Thanks for tuning in!
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WELCOME TO WARP ZONE!
0:00 – Introduction Music
0:46 – Press Start
1:43 – Introduction
2:31 – Adventure Island II
7:47 – Conan
10:26 – Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones
17:31 – Isolated Warrior
22:05 – The Last Ninja
25:49 – Magician
30:44 – Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom
37:25 – The Simpsons: Bart vs the Space Mutants
44:00 – Ski or Die
46:22 – Super Cars
50:08 – Touchdown Fever
53:17 – Italy by Acclaim – Double Dragon III OST
PLAYING WITH POWER
54:18 – Intro to Playing With Power
54:27 – Sony & Nintendo Team Up For Super Famicom CD Player | LA Times
56:54 – Persian Gulf War Puts Damper On Toy Fair
1:00:16 – Nintendo Power | February 1991
1:17:40 – EGM | February 1991
1:39:39 – GamePro | February 1991
1:47:15 – VG&CE | February 1991
1:53:00 – Level 2 by Hudson Soft – Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom OST
THE ENERGY TANK
1:54:04 – The Warp Zone Awards
3:01:39 – Thanks for Listening!
3:02:13 – Lake by Taxan – Magician OST
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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.