Welcome to a vaguely spooky episode of Left Trigger Right Trigger. Slightly scary guest Andrew Zucosky joins your hosts to discuss "Disempowerment," a word that may not actually exist. And how appropriate, dear listeners, because is there anything as ambiguously eerie as the plausible deniability of existence?
Tune in as Andrew gushes over anything approximating a tentacle. Greg talks about his jaws that bite, his claws that catch. Giovanni says he's not going to talk about something and then totally talks about it. Colin discovers they're powered by blood. Dave pitches a phenomenal crossover hit of a game.
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Games discussed include Resident Evil 4, Hearthstone, Metroid: Zero Mission, EXTREME MEATPUNKS FOREVER, and Stick It to the Man!
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Games discussed include Tomb of the Mask, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Gears of War, and Cool Spot
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Welcome to the premiere episode of Fullmetal Bazinga: A Real Show for Humans and Other Sentient Beings. We invite you to join us every week as we seek the truth behind the cultural touchstone known as "The Big Bang Theory."
In this episode, we break down the essential questions for the best season of CBS's most popular sitcom: What Will Marriage Be Like for Sheldon and Amy? Will Raj Ever Find Love? Does Sheldon Bang? Is Chuck Lorre Ok?
All these questions and more are discussed in episode 01: The Conjugal Configuration.
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Tune in next time for episode two: The Wedding Gift Wormhole.
We're not the great communicators that we used to be, apparently. However, that won't stop us from discussing "Communication" in this episode of LTRT. Giovanni hints at potentially joining a cult. Colin talks about how much they love screaming. Dave tries to stop this whole situation from blowing up. Greg courts a new sponsor for this podcast.
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Games discussed include Octopath Traveler, Spaceteam, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, and Hearthstone
Dead Cells' Twitch Integration is Great, Jeff Grubb, VentureBeat
Console Repairmen Explain Why Cockroaches Love PS4s, Cecilia D'Anastasio, Kotaku
Buzzfeed News Cuts Podcasting Team to Focus on Video, Benjamin Mullin, Wall Street Journal
Telltale Games Layoffs, Matt Patches and Owen S. Good, Polygon
Guy Fieri Actually Had a Pretty Classy Clap-Back for Anthony Bourdain, Sarah Rense, Esquire
The long awaited Sports episode has finally happened! If there's one thing these four hosts know about, it's sports. They love talking about sports. They love reading about sports. They love dreaming about sports. Everything you've ever wanted to know about sports gets discussed in this episode. Colin talks about sports in which you hit balls with your fists. Giovanni talks about sports that are violent, but entertaining. Dave talks about stereotypes in sports. Greg talks about a sport involving nets. It's all sports.
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Games discussed include Tekken 3, NFL Blitz, Sega Soccer Slam, and Virtua Tennis
How In The Hell Did NFL Blitz Ever Get Made? Aaron Gordon, Vice Sports
THE WHOLE OONIVERSE WAS IN A HOOT DENSE STATE! Double-O August wraps up with legitimately like 20 minutes of discussion on the Big Bang Theory. We aren't sure what happened but it's tangentially related to the the topic of "Outdoors." Giovanni confesses to a crime he committed against his own grandfather. Colin proposes so jolly cooperation in the woods. Greg can't stop talking about his area. Dave learns the truth about his long lost brother.
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Games discussed include Pokémon Go, Firewatch, Don't Starve Together, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
That magical time of year is upon us again: Double-O August returns, bringing with it a whole bunch of topics to delight and confuse. This is the month in which your hosts refuse to talk about anything that doesn't contain a double-o, so we hope you like it? "Cartoons" leads off this holy month, so make sure to tune in and listen to Greg get frustrated with babies. Giovanni defends his strange addiction. Dave teaches everyone how to audio-bend. Colin describes his obsidian hippo.
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Games discussed include Rugrats: Search for Reptar, Animaniacs, The Legend of Korra, and Garfield: Caught in the Act.
In celebration of No Man's Sky's final launch out of its Beta phase and into the full fledged game it was meant to be, your hosts at LTRT have put together this show on the subject of "Beta." While thee inventory management simulator NMS has finally turned into the game it was meant to be, that isn't the case for other games caught in a perpetual Beta state. Giovanni explores how Betas just ruin games forever. Greg asks important questions about the role Betas play in esports. Colin makes reference to Le Internationale, but doesn't follow through. Dave settles an argument that somehow involves Mothra.
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