Double-O August rolls on - thank you everyone for your football drawings!
When the guardian is away, the podcast hosts will play. Colin is away on this episode, so Greg, Dave, and G take this opportunity to talk about Destiny for 20 minutes before diving into some truly introspective discussion. Dave reveals the inner mechanical workings of this podcast. G continues his tirade against Gooigi. Greg continues to court sponsors, such as "the bad ginger ale."
You have three days to continue sending us your football drawings on our Twitter (@LTRTCast) and on the LTRT Facebook Page! You can also check out our archived videos on our YouTube Channel, find us occasionally on Twitch, and continue to send us your love (and football drawings (BUT ONLY FOR THREE DAYS)) on Apple Podcasts.
Games discussed include The Witcher 3, A Short Hike, and Hyper Light Drifter
Rejooice and despair, gentle listeners, for Doouble-O August has returned! Take a breath and let loose as we return, oonce again, to the woorst bit we've ever created.
If it wasn't clear, every episode released this month will only have topics with two Os in them. Why? We honestly can't remember.
Join us, won't you, as our group therapy session takes us on a journey through our childhoods. Giovanni reveals his past activities as a youthful hooligan. Dave admits to playing games when he should've been studying, because all the cool kids were doing it. Colin quizzes their fellow hosts on the forgotten and misunderstood 'kids versions' of games. Greg explains how he learned to bend light (in order to shoot virtual birds).
WE ARE 100% SERIOUS ABOUT YOUR FOOTBALL DRAWINGS. PLEASE SEND THEM TO US ON TWITTER (@LTRTCAST) OR AT THE LTRT FACEBOOK PAGE. You can also check out our archived videos on our YouTube Channel, find us occasionally on Twitch, and leave us your football thoughts/reviews on Apple Podcasts.
Games discussed include EarthBound, GunBound, Tempo Jr., and Duck Hunt
Shoutout to this good tweet from Colin Spacetwinks
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