Communitoid episodes 024-027: So many episodes - destructoid

Communitoid episodes 024-027: So many episodes

3:00 PM on 01.04.2014

mrandydixon

Former Community Manager

Featuring community guests KingSigy and OpiumHerz, and new co-host King Foom!

Communitoid is Dtoid's semi-monthly, community-focused podcast. Want to be a guest on a future episode? Hit us up!

Did you know that you can fit four episodes of a podcast between the numbers 24 and 27? It's true! And that's exactly how many episodes of Communitoid we've recorded lately that you might not know about!

We've got two special community guests in KingSigy and OpiumHerz (yay!), Joanna's last episode (not yay), and the unveiling of our new co-host King Foom! See below for details on each episode. And if you're at MAGFest this weekend, Aaron and Conor are going to be hosting a live recording, so follow them both on Twitter for details on when that's going down!

Here are links to the latest Communitoid episodes:

Like what you hear? Then feel free to subscribe to us on iTunes, RSS, Twitter, and the Cblogs, join our Facebook group, and talk about us in our Forums! Want to know more about anything you heard on the show? Click here for full show notes, including links to everything on Destructoid we discussed.

Thanks for listening! We're in the midst of rebooting/remixing our format slightly, which includes a name change. If you have any suggestions, please let us know in our Forums!

Until next time: Be Better People!


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