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Games discussed include Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, Grill-off with Ultra Hand, Ms. Pac Man, and Overcooked
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Games discussed include Infamous Second Son, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Papers, Please, and Monster Loves You!
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Games discussed include Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem, CarnEvil, Darkest Dungeon, Half-Life 2: Episode Two, and Limbo
He is Risen! The boy-king Sheldon has arrived and a new age is upon us! All shall quiver at the recitation of his holy word: Bazinga! The hosts discuss "Luck" in this episode, but we all know luck is irrelevant when Young Sheldon walks beside us. Giovanni explores the world of mobile games, now irrelevant since all people will be streaming episodes of Young Sheldon during their commute. Dave discusses his conflicted relationship with Mario Party, especially since now the real party is taking place every week on CBS. Greg dives into esports, the only type of sports allowed under the new Bazinga Code of Law. Colin talks about the whims of fate, which were fortunate enough to bring us his holy countenance. Sheldon be praised.
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Games discussed include Candy Crush, Mario Party, Hearthstone, and Hand of Fate.
Games discussed include The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors, Batman: Arkham Knight, and God of War.
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?