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39: ‘The Great Beyond’, with Denny Henke.

Denny is someone who reached out to me on Twitter who wanted to come onto the show, to give his insights into how he uses his iPad for his business and home life.

It turned into a great chat of how he’s living a lifestyle I’d love to aspire to have one day. He lives in Missouri, in a house he built by himself and his brother-in-law, while running his own business; Beardy Guy Creative.

We talk about his other interests such as astronomy, what could be next for the house, and of course, how he uses his iPad.


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Denny’s Homestead Video on YouTube.

His guest-post on ‘Tiny House Blog’.

Denny’s iPad Pro Impressions.

‘Voices of the Ozarks’ Podcast.

39: ‘The Great Beyond’, with Denny Henke.
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Zone 7: ‘An Awakening’, with Matt Birchler.

Previously!

This week a Nintendo Direct was announced and shown, and it wasn’t until the end that a remake of Link’s Awakening was announced for the Nintendo Switch. With that, Matt joins me to also gush over the original on the Game Boy, alongside discussing remakes and nostalgia in general. We also manage to talk about Matt’s two choices, alongside what could have been for certain games.

We also talk briefly about a certain Shadow Moses game, where Matt gives an opinion that leaves me surprised!


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BirchTree: Going Old School in 2019.

‘Thank God it’s not on 3DS’

Link’s Awakening Trailer.

Link’s Awakening DX on Nintendo 2DS/3DS.

RE 4 Speedrun.

Ura Zelda.

Gamecube Controller for Switch on Amazon.

OOT Speedrun.

A scene from ‘Twin Snakes’.

Zone 7: ‘An Awakening’, with Matt Birchler.
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Zone 6: ‘A Crash Course’, with Natasha Radmehr.

Previously!

The long-awaited follow-up where Natasha returns, and after her spending the last month with a remade trilogy, we break it all down and find out just why the first entry is her favourite game.

We go into the topics of remakes, nostalgia, alongside what Natasha would like to see in a ‘Crash 4‘.


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Subscribe to the Scottish Wedding Directory.

Natasha’s Tweet.

Andy Gavin’s blog on making Crash.

Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy on Amazon.

Spyro Trilogy Reignited on Amazon.

Crash: Worlds pitch by Mark Cerny.

Polygon’s CTR: Nitro-Fueled 10 minute preview.

Zone 6: ‘A Crash Course’, with Natasha Radmehr.
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38: ‘Sharing Your Passions’, with Lee Peterson.

After a few false starts in Skype, we had a great chat about Lee’s history with his iPad, and how he tries to fit it into his workflow with his day-job.

We also talk about podcasting and networking through social networks, and if there’s restricted social circles in some areas that few have access to.

He also asks for help for a new controller for his Switch, alongside me recommending a certain game I’ve been waiting a while for.


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Lee’s appearance on BYOD Podcast.

A USB-C, SD Card Reader for iPad.

iOS Dark Mode? – Bloomberg.

Smash Bros Ultimate on Amazon.

Onimusha on Switch.

8Bitdo SF30 Pro Controller.

Gamecube Controller for Switch.

38: ‘Sharing Your Passions’, with Lee Peterson.
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Zone 5: ‘Shadow Foundry’, with John Linneman.

John is a writer and videographer for Eurogamer and Digital Foundry, based in Germany.

I’ve been a fan of John’s ‘DF Retro‘ series since it began in July of 2016, and subsequently it was great to have him on to chat about his history with Digital Foundry, alongside his thoughts on emulators, game preservation, and more.


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DF Retro: Tomb Raider.

Shaun Layden’s comment on Backwards Compatibility.

John’s Resident Evil 2 piece on Eurogamer.

Sonic 2 on iOS impressions.

Mega Drive Collection on Amazon.

MGS 3 Vita & 3DS Comparison.

MGS 4 TGS 2005 Trailer.

Zone 5: ‘Shadow Foundry’, with John Linneman.
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Zone 4: ‘Grand Theft FighterZ’, with Simon Marshall.

Simon is someone I met through Dragon Ball FighterZ mainly, and before that, his appearance on Chris Scullon’s Tired Old Hack podcast.

We go though his favourite game first and foremost, where I mentioned about my favourite mods for it and its previous game, alongside his boss stage.

But mainly, we talk about a game from last year we still can’t get enough of, alongside our hopes for the characters we’d like to see in its Season 2 DLC. Which coincidentally, is going to be announced this weekend.


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The ‘Waypoint’ feature on Gles Games.

Multi Theft Auto.

Back to the Future: GTA Mod.

Dragon Ball FighterZ on Amazon.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 2 content coincidentally hinted at.

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Edition on Amazon.

Zone 4: ‘Grand Theft FighterZ’, with Simon Marshall.
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37: ‘Making a Dent’, with Andy Nicholaides.

Andy is someone I met through Twitter last June, where he was asking me about a keyboard. Since then, I’ve seen him launch ‘The Dent‘, and the podcast alongside the site of the same name. There, he focuses on topics that involve Apple, and his workflow with his iPad.

Of course, after his appearance in the iPad Special episode in October, it was only a matter of time before he appeared in his own episode.

We talk all about his workflow and history of the iPad, alongside that now-famous question: Who does he want to see in Smash Bros Ultimate?


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PAL Keys, a new podcast from The Outpost Network.

Andy’s iPad Pro Review.

Andy’s appearance on Greg’s ‘And You Are?’ Podcast.

Andy’s Super Smash Bros choices for future fighters..

  1. Earthworm Jim
  2. Sephiroth from FFVII
  3. James Pond
  4. Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat
  5. Guile from Street Fighter

37: ‘Making a Dent’, with Andy Nicholaides.
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Zone 3: ‘Rogue Agents’, with Liam Robertson.

Liam has been someone I’ve been following for the last few years, ever since I spotted his video about Rogue Squadron and the cancelled plans for a Wii release.

Even though he has a day-job, he’s been killing it by publishing videos on YouTube that have interested him, and that’s resulted in showcasing games that a lot of us were previously unaware of.

In this entry, we talk about just what makes him go for these particular games, alongside social media, and of course, his favourite game and boss stage.


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Teras Kasi.

The cancelled ‘Rogue Squadron’ Wii port trailer.

Liam’s appearance on Ben’s ‘Challenger Approaching’.

Liam’s ‘DYKG?’ video on the cancelled Superman game.

Nintendo 2DS on Amazon.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Amazon.

Zone 3: ‘Rogue Agents’, with Liam Robertson.
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Zone 2: ‘Pringles’, with Victoria Pheasey.

We start the series properly with someone I met through Tomb Raider!

We chat for the first twenty minutes about how we met, and our experiences with writing in general. It culminates in what Vic’s favourite game and boss stage is, alongside some thoughts on where a certain franchise could head into.


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Her great post based off our chat in this episode.

Final Zone on iTunes.

Nathan McCree’s ‘Tomb Raider Suite’.

PlayStation Classic on Amazon.

Peter Connelly’s Tomb Raider ‘Dark Angel’ Symphony.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider on Amazon.

In Episode 2F09…

Zone 2: ‘Pringles’, with Victoria Pheasey.
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36: ‘The Ticci Scale’, with Federico Viticci.

A new year calls for a guest who has been an affiliate for the iPad-Only lifestyle, and who better than Federico Viticci.

The Editor-in-Chief of MacStories, a podcaster of Connected, Remaster and a whole lot more on RelayFM, we talk about his challenges with USB-C, where the iPad can go, and of course, Super Smash Bros Ultimate.


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PAL Keys, a new podcast from The Outpost Network.

Federico’s iPad Diaries.

Belkin’s USB-C Adapter.

Screenshot in Frames Shortcut on MacStories.

Smash Bros Ultimate on Switch.

8Bitdo SF30 Pro Controller.

Gamecube Controller for Switch.

Connected Meetup from 2016.

Ticci Scale.

36: ‘The Ticci Scale’, with Federico Viticci.
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