The SML Podcast – The Lull: It's A Slow Week After E3 But There's Always Mario Kart 8

By Joe Cammisa

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Monday night is here and it's time for The SML Podcast Episode 71: The Lull After E3 here on Bleeding Cool!

Well I'm out of the hospital and now it's an episode coming straight from my couch and I'm still in plenty of pain! No guests, so that shouldn't matter.

Kris and I stretch for as much material as we can, given that it's the week after E3 and we kinda blew our load last week with a three hour show. When the first 15 minutes is us talking about the EA UFC Twitch stream we are watching, you know it's a slow week.

We DO get some conversation about what we're playing, including the fact that Kris finally got a Wii U and Mario Kart 8, as well as some mobile games I've been playing, and games I'm not playing but really should be. After a computer crash, we get some solid conversation about Sixty Second Shooter Prime, a new Xbox One digital release!

We promise next week will be better. Maybe.

Check out the mp3 of the show here  or check out the YouTube version!

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This week we feature four songs from the brand new OC Remix album "Portrait of a Plumber", featuring music from Super Mario 64!

Sole Signal & Fishy – Devastation's Duel

Brandon Strader – Prog Mario

Sole Signal – Find the Red Coin

Scaredsim – Son Long-eh, Bowswer!

Thanks for checking us out and we'll see you next Monday with a new episode!

Joe Cammisa is an unemployed nerd who spends his time writing for some other gaming site, hosting The SML Podcast, and sharing pictures of his five cats on Facebook. Yeah, five. You can annoy him on Twitter or on pretty much any gaming service under the name JoeCamNet.

About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.

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