Warp Zone Podcast: July 1991

We’ve kept you waiting an entire month to find out what the rest of our top 50 NES games of all time are, so be sure to stick around until the latter half of the podcast to see if your favorites made our list. This is the final month of primarily NES coverage since the Super Nintendo releases in August of 1991 and we’ll blow the doors off of the system and its launch lineup then. We can’t wait!

 

Warp Zone July 1991

 

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SHOW NOTES:

WELCOME TO WARP ZONE!

0:00 – Introduction Music

0:46  – Press Start

POW BLOCK

1:18 – Introduction

1:38 – Frankenstein

6:19 – High Speed

9:13 – KlashBall

11:31 – The Little Mermaid

16:04 – Over Horizon

21:09 – Sonic The Hedgehog (Genesis)

INTERMISSION

29:01 – Sea of Coral by Capcom – The Little Mermaid OST

PLAYING WITH POWER

29:35 – Embattled Galoob Toys Wins Infringement Suit | LA Times

32:24 – Nintendo Wins At Settlement Game | LA Times | July 26, 1991

40:33 – Nintendo Power | July 1991

56:57 – EGM | July 1991

1:13:16 – GamePro | July 1991

INTERMISSION

1:21:00 – Stage 1 by Hot-B – Over Horizon OST

THE ENERGY TANK

1:21:47 – Top 50 NES Games (Part 2)

GAME OVER

2:37:27 – Thanks for Listening!

2:39:15 – Credits by Sega – Sonic The Hedgehog OST

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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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