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Weekly Round-Up #2

Tips for Buying EarthBound

June 26th, 2015 | EarthBound, MOTHER 1, MOTHER 3, Videos

A few days ago we had another EarthBound Central Live stream, but so much has been EarthBound stuff has happening that I haven’t had time to talk about it until now!

One of the big highlights was the second half of the stream, when we started playing the Japanese Wii U version of MOTHER to see how it’s different from the Famicom version, the GBA version, AND the English version. It’s a weird hybrid of its own!

If you missed this week’s stream, don’t worry – you can see it all here:

For easy reference, here are links to specific topics. There was so much discussion during the gameplay/Q&A session that it’d take me hours to compile it all here, though 😛

Recent News

E-mails from Readers / Viewers

Playing EarthBound Stuff + Q&A

If you missed out on this week’s show but want to be there for a future one, here are links to help you on your way!

See you next game!



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2 Comments to EarthBound Central Live: June 22, 2015

Leeaux said on Jun. 26, 2015

Hey thanks for showing my stuff Mato! It’s pronounced Leo, I’m from Baton rouge and they like to mix in french with their slogans and say things like “Geaux Tigers” so it’s kinda honoring my roots.

Thanks again for showing my poster! Glad you liked it!

BusterTheFox said on Jun. 26, 2015

“but so much has been EarthBound stuff has happening”

Congrats, Tomato. This is what happens when you get up to grab a snack in the middle of writing a sentence! xD


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