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NXpress Nintendo Podcast #41: ‘Conker’s Bad Fur Day’

This week we bring you a bonus episode of the NXpress podcast with a review of Nintendo’s most boundary-pushing piece of software, Conker’s Bad Fur Day. Closing off the show is an interview with a video game collector who’s recently been making the rounds on several podcasts and blogs. Her real name is Heidi, but some of you may know her by her gaming name, Stopxwhispering. She’s been collecting since she was 18 years old and her collection is one of the most impressive in all of Europe. All that and more!


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Episode Playlist

00:00: Intro
01:00: Nintendosage: Goomba Stomp site info
05:00 : Conker’s Bad Fur Day intro
06:00: The Main Event: Conker’s Bad Fur Day review
45:00: The Great Mighty Poo Theme Song
47:00: Post Game Content: Interview with StopXWhispering
67:00: Outro

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1 comment

Matt De Azevedo January 30, 2016 at 6:01 am

During the 90s the Canadian dollar was in the shitter. The mass majority of N64 were priced at 99.99 plus tax, that was the norm. Some games were more, like ClayFighter 63? and Mortal Kombat Trilogy launched at 130 plus tax.


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