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Warp Zone Podcast: October 1991

October of 1991 was a bit slow in terms of quality new releases. November and December heat up with a slew of great Super NES games, but for this episode the best titles were definitely on the Genesis, and we take some time to talk about those as well! Stick around for the Energy Tank where we pit the Super Mario games against one another to see which one stands victorious at the end!


Warp Zone October 1991


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0:00 – Introduction Music

0:40  – Press Start


1:23 – Introduction

1:56 – American Gladiators (NES)

6:06 – Darkman (NES)

8:04 – Pirates (NES)

11:52 – Trog (NES)

14:58 – Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego (NES)

18:28 – Wolverine (NES)

20:42 – Ms. Pac-Man (Genesis)

23:28 – OutRun (Genesis)

27:25 – Shining In The Darkness (Genesis)

32:46 – ToeJam & Earl (Genesis)

39:22 – Atomic Punk (Game Boy)

40:11 – Super R.C. Pro-Am (Game Boy)


42:43 – Stage by Ocean – Darkman OST


45:16 – Super Nintendo Second Coming

51:27 – Toys R Us Print Ad

52:09 – Nintendo Power | October 1991

1:10:06 – EGM | October 1991

1:29:44 – EGM Buyer’s Guide

1:42:53 – GamePro | October 1991


1:49:29 – Funkotronic Beat by Sega – ToeJam & Earl OST


1:51:15 – Super Mario VS The World


2:17:49 – Thanks for Listening!

2:19:14 – Passing Breeze by Sega – OutRun 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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