Episode 66: the spectacular sixty-sixth episode of the PokeProblemsPodcast! This week we play a little Switch, but before that we debut our wonderful new theme music from Jonathan Marlin Music! Follow @jmarlinmusic on Twitter, or better yet check out his website or find his music in the Unity Asset Store and use it in your games! What a great new addition to our show. Once again, props to Follow @craigtherndon of Follow @digitalprecept for introducing us to the phenomenal Jonathan Marlin!
We talk a bit of news before we play some Switch games. First, Miz Sylver dishes about the Iron DM competition at Total Con. She had a great time! Miz Sylver also had an awesome time picking up her Switch at Follow @NintendoNYC. She chatted with Mike's Monster Gaming and Blockheadgaming and even Vice President Bowser! (Doug Bowser, no relation.)
As we discussed last week, Miz Sylver is also working at the newest season of Super League, organizing events for the Boston Revolt. If you or your child are a MineCraft fan, these events are a ton of fun!
In Pokémon Sun and Moon, you can now get a Mystery Gift of a Mewtwonite X and Mewtwonite Y using the code M2DESCENT. There is no stated end date in the news item, so get it soon?
And of course, PAX East is this coming weekend. Miz Sylver is very excited for the special Zelda pin set and her panel, the StreetPass Game Show, happening Friday March 10th at 10:30 AM in the Bumblebee Theatre. And The Wolf Doctor is excited about our panel, Podcasting: From Amateur to Pro-Caster, happening Saturday March 11th at 8:00 PM in the Arachnid Theatre. After the show credits listen to our promo for the panel!
Next, we get into the Switch! We play some Snipperclips, a hilarious game, and special guest Ross joins us for 1-2 Switch. Before we let you go, we have a Switch-related question for you!
Thanks for listening! If you have any questions or comments, we want to hear from you. Did you get a Switch? Are you going to PAX East and getting the sweet Zelda pin set? Have you taste-tested your Switch games? Tweet, email, or comment on the blog or Facebook to let us know!