Warp Zone Podcast: January 1992

The start of 1992 sees both Sega and Nintendo exhausted from the holiday rush of 1991. This means January doesn’t have too many big hitters for the 16-bit machines and leaves a bit of room for the 8-bit NES to shine once again. We go over the games that released as well as reveal our Top 15 games of 1991!

 

Warp Zone January 1992

 

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SHOW NOTES:

WELCOME TO WARP ZONE!

0:00 – Introduction Music

0:40  – Press Start

POW BLOCK

1:26 – Introduction

1:46 – Bucky O’Hare (NES)

11:22 – Cowboy Kid (NES)

19:48 – Dragon Fighter (NES)

23:42 – Kick Master (NES)

27:50 – Mega Man 4 (NES)

38:19 – Monster In My Pocket (NES)

46:08 – Nightshade (NES)

54:37 – Joe & Mac (SNES)

1:00:49 – Super EDF (SNES)

1:03:29 – Ys III (SNES)

1:08:10 – Golden Axe II (Genesis)

INTERMISSION

1:15:04 – Center of Magma Tanker by Konami – Bucky O’Hare OST

PLAYING WITH POWER

1:15:48 – LA Times – Nintendo Lowers Price On SNES

1:19:03 – Nintendo Power | January 1992

1:44:03 – EGM | January 1992

2:04:31 – GamePro | February 1992

INTERMISSION

2:11:44 – Through The Jungle by Data East – Joe & Mac OST

THE ENERGY TANK

2:13:01 – Top 15 Games of 1991

GAME OVER

2:23:48 – Thanks for Listening!

3:02:44 – Cossack Fortress 2 by Capcom – Mega Man 4 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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