I'd love to get a complete rss feed of this stuff
Edit: Oh god, that is a lot of train ladies. Why can't I turn this off? WHY?
I don't know, maybe the same reason why this thread will always live even if the train never comes back. This song is a metaphor for the NDX, hence lyrics like, " ♫ Train! Train! I love my station! " Either that or I'm really really going crazy...
Gatagoto chuu~ chuu ~ ♪
So tired... waiting for the train.
Guys... I think I'm going crazy!
This is some strange form of hypnotism, isn't it?
I think the trigger phrase is 'chiriririri'. I don't even care about anything other than my station anymore.
-train train wanna be happy gaaaaatagoto gaaaaatagoto-
Been moving my stuff over to feedly since reader is dying and was sad to see that the NDX RSS is apparently dead. =(
How will I ever get to learn about hot old nintendo releases?
You should have done the smart thing and downloaded all of them back when they were available!
Didn't Jeff used to actually write "articles" on the site every time he did one? Maybe try looking for those.
Wait, never mind, I just tracked one of those pages down, but the download link didn't work! Oops!
I thought that Jeff had moved all of these someplace safe where they were still accessible... guess not...
Okay, look, if anyone wants to host them I believe that I have all of them (of course I can't be 100% sure as they're on a machine at work [shhh! don't tell them])... prod me and I'll verify.
Jeff did tweet a link to all of them, but that was quite a while ago now. I'd guess at least a year.
I have all of them on my phone and have gone back to them probably once a year. This may be weird, but I'm pretty sure that the NDX run was my favorite thing Giant Bomb has ever turned out. Just all over the map in a wonderful way, all the more impressive because it's (usually) a one man show. Sometimes he's excited, sometimes disappointed, sometimes lovelorn, sometimes has special guests, sometimes is playing Mortal Kombat or Faxanadu instead of paying attention, sometimes on the attack against other digital platforms, and sometimes he puts a full fucking Bombcast within the episode.
If I ever had to answer the really dumb question "what podcast episode is your favorite podcast episode ever?", I'd probably reply with the NDX Ricker episode.
Right, here's what I've got:
- ndx-01182011.mp3 5,009,913
- ndx-01242011.mp3 14,804,215
- ndx-01312011.mp3 14,670,667
- ndx-02072011.mp3 19,172,276
- ndx-02142011.mp3 11,362,582
- ndx-02212011.mp3 14,202,404
- ndx-02282011.mp3 57,921,793
- ndx-03072011.mp3 23,842,466
- ndx-03142011.mp3 17,362,173
- ndx-03212011.mp3 29,082,374
- ndx-03282011.mp3 15,522,108
- ndx-04042011.mp3 10,492,702
- ndx-04112011.mp3 16,481,989
- ndx-04182011.mp3 16,042,465
- ndx-04252011.mp3 18,362,559
- ndx-06022011.mp3 26,002,473
I think that's all of them. So, if you're enthusiastic and have a place to host them I'll get them to you.