GC Podcast #116: Mega Mans and Mega Fans

Joe gets over-hyped about Mega Man 11.

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GET HYPE! It’s the new year, but Joe is more excited about the announcement of Mega Man 11, which is the first official classic Mega Man game since 2010! Luckily, James Pelster and Anna Bryniarski are able to use the power of fan-mail to talk about more than just the Blue Bomber. Within this podcast, you will find discussion of:

  • Mega Man 11
  • MEGA MAN 11
  • OK, just a little more about Mega Man
  • Unrealistic body expectations for women and monsters
  • What Pokémon should be Digimon?
  • James goes FULL HAM on Nintendo and its practices regarding fan content
  • Do we have any videogame annual traditions?

And even more awaits you if you just go ahead and listen! If you like what you hear, be sure to check out GameCola on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Twitch, and iTunes. You can also ask us questions just like our fans at our podcast email, podcast[at]gamecola[dot]net!

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About the Contributor


Since 2013

Joseph Martin is the Podcast Commander of the monthly GameCola Podcast, and appears in many of the other podcasts of the site. He's also known to write a review or two, or news pieces about the latest Mega Man knock-off.

1 Comments

  1. Wow, when I saw that my rant about Nintendo actually made it into the podcast, I was honestly worried that I would sound like a bumbling idiot who can’t get his points across, but I was pleasantly surprised that I managed to form a somewhat coherent argument. I think I owe a large part of that to Joe, who probably had to edit out about a thousand instances of “um”, “y’know”, and “like” in between each of my sentences! Additionally, if anyone wants to talk with me or ask for clarification about my views on Nintendo’s policies, feel free to contact me or reply to this comment, I love a good debate!

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