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Welcome to the 15th episode of Geek Speak! This episode we talk about a lot of Nintendo news, make fun of Konami, and cover some super-hero news for good measure.
The topics we cover this week are:
- Nintendo names Takeshi Kimishima as new president
- Nintendo internal restructuring
- NX Controller Patent
- Smash Bros. gets Super Mario Maker stage
- Star Fox Zero Delayed
- Pokemon Z all but confirmed
- Konami halts all AAA game production besides Pro Evolution Soccer
- Last of Us 2 accidentally outed
- Assassin’s Creed Syndicate gets Jack The Ripper DLC
- Five Night’s at Freddy’s World announced
- Gambit movie loses it’s director
- Fant4stic still getting a sequel
- Supergirl is getting her own movie, won’t tie with TV show
- Stick is back in Daredevil Season 2
- Rachel McAdams joins Doctor Strange as love interest
- This week we introduce our new segment, “My Humble Opinion” where both of us bring up something that we want to talk about that hasn’t been brought up by any news articles this week. This week features Tokyo Ghoul, Adventure Time and Steven Universe.
- Our weekly segment where we pit two random characters from across nerd fandom in a random competition to decide “Who would win,” or, “WhoDaWin.” This week features Sonic The Hedgehog, War from Darksiders and Ultron.
And that’s it for this week! Geek Speak will be a weekly show posted each Friday. See you next week!
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