It’s trivia time. Nintendo trivia time. Our Legend of Zelda episode was pretty popular way back in Season One, so I figured it was time for more of the same. Thirty questions about the very old game company from Japan is what’s on the table this week.
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Hey gang, I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this is episode 159 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. This week, we’ve got a gaming episode with some Nintendo Trivia.
As always, it’s three rounds of ten questions each. I ask, you get a timer, and then we see how you did. It’s like Pub Trivia night without the cover charge or the drink minimum.
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That covers the tutorial, so let’s begin the game.
The Dorky Round
The Geeky Round
4. Though known as the Nintendo Entertainment System (or NES) in the US, it was released as what in Japan?
10. Due in no small part to the pandemic, what became the second-best-selling game for the Nintendo Switch?
The Nerdy Round
And we are done. Game over. How’d you do this week? If Nintendo Trivia wasn’t your thing maybe next week’s show will be more to your tastes. Here’s a clue for what’s coming.
What decade brought us ‘The Shining’, ‘Friday the 13th’, and ‘The Howling’?
That’ll be our last regular episode before the Season Three finale. Wow, this year has flown by. See you back here, next Wednesday.
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