Today's episode of Destructoid is a special one. I say that every episode, but today I really mean it. Why, you ask?
Because it's Friday, of course! But also because Max chose to wear his zebra print tie today and that can only mean one thing: casual Friday.
So on today's casual Friday episode of Destructoid, Max rants about Cliffy B and chainsaw guns for, like, 3 minutes. That was pretty special. I talk about SEGA rereleasing the Dreamcast collection and GameStop's partnership with XBL and PSN. That was pretty special, too, I guess. Then later on, Max dishes some knowledge to Capcom for their blatant imitation of 'Splosion Man. That was definitely special.
More important than all of that, however, is the unveiling of our new Destructoid show hotline. The number is (775) 55-DTOID. All we ask is that you leave us drunken voicemails (or anything else you'd like to say, really) and we'll do what we can with them. By which I mean, we'll try to put them on the show if they're not too racy or creepy.
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