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Shackcast Episode 014: Super Mario Cereal Stockpiles

The gang is back to talk about the latest gaming news and Super Mario Cereal stockpiling strategies.

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Welcome to the new Shackcast, the official Shacknews podcast of Shacknews. On the fourteenth episode of the Shackcast, the gang talks about the Shacknews Awards, Super Mario Cereal, and more with your host Asif Khan, co-host David Craddock and special guests Greg Burke and Lola the Pom. Tune in to hear us jibber jabber about games, fast food, and Greg's ingenius Super Mario Cereal stockpiling strategy.

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Asif Khan is the CEO and majority shareholder of Shacknews. He began his career in video game journalism as a freelancer in 2001 for Tendobox.com. Asif is a CPA and was formerly an investment adviser representative. After much success in his own personal investments, he retired from his day job in financial services and is currently focused on new private investments. His favorite PC game of all time is Duke Nukem 3D, and he is an unapologetic fan of most things Nintendo. Asif first frequented the Shack when it was sCary's Shugashack to find all things Quake. When he is not immersed in investments or gaming he is a purveyor of fine electronic music. Asif also has an irrational love of Cleveland sports.

From The Chatty

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    December 3, 2017 2:09 PM

    Asif Khan posted a new article, Shackcast Episode 014: Super Mario Cereal Stockpiles

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      December 3, 2017 4:01 PM

      Nintendo owns Monolith. They are 1st party and own Xenoblade.

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monolith_Soft

      "Spurred on by Hatano's supportive attitude, Monolith Soft decided to break away from Namco Bandai to become a Nintendo subsidiary; this provided Monolith Soft creative freedom in exchange for software development exclusivity for Nintendo platforms.[10] Nintendo's purchasing of the majority of Monolith Soft's shares from Bandai Namco Holdings was publicly announced in April 2007. Nintendo became the majority shareholder of Monolith Soft with 80% of shares, while Bandai Namco retained 16% and remained as a development partner." 

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        December 3, 2017 4:28 PM

        Yeah, at least I remembered NAMCO BANDAI!

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          December 3, 2017 7:18 PM

          Xenoblade doesn't quit fit with the general perceived Nintendo image. If I could add another studio to Nintendo's collection, it would be Platinum and the Bayonetta franchise. They need a good beat 'em up franchise, but Sega might not want to give them up though.

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            December 3, 2017 7:29 PM

            it was kinda baffling that bayo2 was nintender exclusive

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              December 3, 2017 7:59 PM

              Nintendo funded it, and advised them. I believe Platinum mentioned how helpful they were. Bayonetta 2 is a great game. I really wish Bayonetta 1 was as bright as 2. One really is drab in comparson. I guesd that's what I get for playing 2 before 1.