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Episode 232:

Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour

00:00 / 01:04

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Every time are talk about the GameCube on this show, I end up bringing up the four horsemen of Mario sports games. I think Mario sports, and frankly, couch multiplayer, peaked on the Nintendo GameCube. So any chance I have to blow smoke up one of those game's asses, I'm gonna start blowing. And what better way to praise a game, than to dedicate an entire episode of a crappy podcast to it?? We're talking the phenomenal Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour this week. The gameplay can be as deep, or as simple, as you want it to be. And the graphics, courses, modes, and gameplay still hold up twenty years later.

RTG's resident artist, Joe Gillespie, makes his podcast debut this week, and we talked about how awesome Toadstool Tour is, despite having some bullshit holes (looking at YOU, King Bobomb). If you never played this one, you missed out. Don't let Mario Golf: Super Rush fool you, Mario Golf used to be the shit.

And before we talk birdies and pipes, I slap together another edition of the 'Remember The Game? Infamous Intro'!

This week, we get into the Nintendo Switch's quest to dethrone the PlayStation 2 as the best-selling console ever, and whether or not Switch and Switch Lite sales should be combined. Where should someone that's new to the GameCube start? And y'all know I love The Simpsons, but what are my top 3 animated series of all-time?

Plus we play another round of 'Play One, Remake One, Erase One', too! This one features the remaining 3 GameCube Mario sports heavyweights: Mario Superstar Baseball, Super Mario Strikers, and Mario Power Tennis.

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