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Attack of the Show summons Bahamut, Chad parries

11:58 AM on 01.03.2008


For the ones of people that requested it, here is The Loop segment from last night’s Attack of the Show that I was a guest on. I can’t really tell you how I think I did, as I only watched this once before curling up into a ball in my shower, cilice at the ready, ashamed of how I look like a reject from some failed late ‘90s boy band. Tearin’ up my heart, indeed.

I do want to thank the people at G4 for being amazing, as usual. A lot of them are huge fans of Destructoid and that makes me very happy (especially Kevin, the host, who unexpectedly brought up my Colette pirate ship tattoo). If you guys are reading this, I really appreciate the opportunity.

Enjoy the video. I have to go make myself a sandwich because I know my mother is going to call me any minute telling me I have to eat something.

[Thanks again for the embed code, Dan]




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