The Lost Levels explore the AMAZING Game Boy Advance game; Kirby and the Amazing Mirror! Timmy returns to talk about the game!Continue reading
Category: Game Boy
Episode 227 – The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
The Lost Levels talk all about the Game Boy Color classic; Link’s Awakening DX! This game is beloved by many, for good reason! Also, Sol, SpiderStaryu, and Dark Boo have recently met up IRL! Keep listening to find out all about that!Continue reading
Episode 206 – Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow (Ft. Yoshiman222)
The Lost Levels talk ALL about the original Pokemon games; Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow! If you’re a fan of the first generation, you’ll LOVE this podcast! We also talk about the Nintendo Direct, and we sing the PokeRap at the end!Continue reading
Episode 192 – November Nintendo Direct (Ft. Yoshiman & DreamyLuigi)
Today The Lost Levels give their thoughts on November’s Nintendo Direct! Yoshiman is our guest host today, and DreamyLuigi also guest stars!Continue reading
Episode 185 – The Super Mario Awards
It’s time for the Super Mario Awards! The Lost Levels pick their favorite Mario titles from a variety of categories. Fan picks included!Continue reading
Episode 183 – Mario Music [Part 1] (Month of Mario!)
We look at our favorite Mario music across the many Nintendo systems! We also list some of you, the listeners picks!
This is Part 1: NES, Gameboy, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, and Gameboy Advance Mario music are in this part!
Episode 141 – Holiday Shopping Guide 2014
Bust out your wallets and credit cards; it’s time to shop till you drop!Continue reading
Episode 126 – Game Boy 25th Anniversary!
Today’s podcast is in celebration of the Game Boy! We talk all about the retro system and it’s impact on the handheld market! Happy 25, Game Boy!Continue reading
Episode 112 – Game Boy Advance
Today’s podcast is about everyone’s favorite Nintendo handheld; Game Boy Advance!Continue reading
Episode 42 – Favorite Nintendo Consoles
Have a favorite Nintendo console? Find out which ones the podcast crew love as they look back at every Nintendo console and handheld in the last 27 years.Continue reading