The hellacious "joke" of Double-O August continues, this time covering the topic of "Books."
Books: what are they? How do people use them? How can they be stopped? These are all terrible questions that go unanswered in this (very quiet) episode, recorded on-location in a library (SHHH!!). Rather than provide practical advice on how to defend yourself from rogue librarians, the hosts cover essential talking points when discussing Books in the context of video games. Greg admits to reading novelizations of Magic: The Gathering and everyone just lets it slide. Colin talks about Spawn: The Movie for no reason. Dave makes a good reference to the classic film Cool Runnings and Giovanni is confused by John Candy. Books!
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Games discussed include Halo: Reach, Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments, Stories: The Path of Destinies, and Spelunky.
Strap in for the launch of "Double-O August," (Augoost?) a special month full of topics with two Os in them. "Why are they doing this?" you might ask, to which we will reply "Doon't yoou mean, 'why are they dooing this?'"
We're kicking off this "moonth" with a discussion on "Loot." Greg goes over some of the pitfalls of the "Loot 'n Shoot" genre. Giovanni talks about how we can get trapped in a loot loop. Dave divulges his addiction to Diablo 3. Colin just wants to invite you over for a meal or whatever you need. C'mon over, it'll be fun.
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Games discussed include Borderlands, Titanfall 2, Diablo 3, and Dungeons.
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Welcome to the official launch of season two of Left Trigger Right Trigger! We're cranking the drama up to eleven! Friends become enemies! Enemies become lovers! Acquaintances become... well actually they mostly stay the same. Listen in as the podcast you know and love breaks under the pressure of this episode's topic: "Competition." Colin attempts to explain how Smogon University works. Dave struggles with the anxiety of constantly comparing himself to other gamers. Greg makes a horrifying metaphor about the growing e-sports scene. Giovanni tries (and mostly fails) to lift everyone's spirits. We're only 30 brutal beheadings away from being the podcast equivalent of Game of Thrones. Give us a listen, won't you?
WELCOME TO LEFT TRIGGER RIGHT TRIGGER'S FIRST ANNUAL FATHER'S DAY DADSTRAVAGANZA!!! LET'S HEAR IT FOR DADS!!!
In this historic first Father's Day episode, the guys cover all their favorite Dads in gaming while also covering all the zaniness of E3 2017. Truths will be revealed, bonds will be broken, and guests will make surprise appearances. Keep your tissues handy for all the emotional twists and turns.
Have you got a Dad story you want to share? Reach out on the Left Trigger Right Trigger Facebook page or tweet us @LTRTcast. Try using the hashtag #LTRTcast to find other fans!
Games Discussed include Dad, Dadz, Dad II: Born to be DAD, Zeldad: Links to the Putt
Dave and Greg are going to E3! Follow LTRT on Twitter for all our updates during "The Wrestlemania of Video Games."
The Electronic Entertainment Expo hangs over us like the Sword of Damocles. Listen in as the boys discuss memorable moments from past expos and try to draw life lessons from years of watching the biggest (and weirdest) video game event of the year. What treasures (horrors?) will E3 2017 gift (unleash upon?) the world? Monopoly for the Nintendo Switch? A reboot of the Kane & Lynch Franchise? Digital Pogs? Shenmue Four?? There's only a little cynicism in this episode.
If you want to share your expectations (or concerns) for E3 2017 or demand an official "Shame Dave" T-shirt you can do that at the Left Trigger Right Trigger Facebook page or tweet at us @LTRTCast. Try using the hashtag #LTRTCast to find other fans!
Games discussed include Super Smash Bros. Melee, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Wii Music, and Divinity: Original Sin.
Ravi Drums: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kw_Bd-13YCk
Wii Music...performance?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRr8G_TW28M
That podcast you like is going to come back in style. Nostalgia is the theme, chosen by special guest Adam Ellerson (ADAM ELLERSON.) Strap on those rose-colored glasses for a trip down memory lane as these five adults recount their formative experiences around games. Adam (ADAM ELLERSON) explores the use of nostalgia as a marketing tool. Greg reveals how he became a virtual pinball wizard. Colin sniffs out some connections between olfactory memory and games. Giovanni realizes that the things we once loved might not be so great nowadays. Dave gives us yet another reason to be in court.
If you want to send Dave your support (or shame him publicly) you can do that at the Left Trigger Right Trigger Facebook page or tweet at us @LTRTCast. And try using the hashtag #LTRTCast to find other fans!
Games discussed include 3D Pinball Space Cadet, Baldur's Gate, Torment: Tides of Numenera, the Donkey Kong franchise, and Kingdom Hearts.
Welcome, defenseless listeners, to the Escort episode! Let these four barely competent boys guide you to your auditory destination. Be careful, for the path is fraught with digressions and distractions that will endanger you and your stalwart hosts. These include: intellectual property theft (sorry Cool Games Inc. fans,) friendly dogs eager for attention, memories of abstinence only sex education, and The Shame Bell™
Games discussed include Portal, Yoshi's Island, Kirby Mass Attack, and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West