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Dtoid TV Weekend: Summer has arrived

Check out our full schedule of live content!

12:00 PM on 06.22.2013     by Conrad Zimmerman

Break out those shorts, folks! Summer is in full effect and we're bringing you a cool breeze of entertainment this weekend on Dtoid TV. Come and join Jordan Devore and myself right now for some fiercely competitive LittleBigPlanet Karting and some pretty solid looking Xbox Live Indie Games.

Then, as the weekend continues, we'll be playing The Last of Us multiplayer, killing zombies in Dead Rising 2 and hanging out with Disasterpeace! Crazy!

Check out our full schedule for the weekend:

All times are Pacific

SATURDAY
 
10am - Saturday Morning Hangover
The gang hits the track in LittleBigPlanet Karting

[Ease the pain from the night before with a little schadenfreude brought to you by Destructoid's Conrad Zimmerman, Jordan Devore and the lovely Katrina.]
12pm - Weekend Escape
Brett's by his lonesome this week, so join him for some Last of Us multiplayer

[Hang out with Destructoid Contributors Brett Zeidler and Caitlin Cooke as they play through entire games with a focus on co-op. It's a safe bet that Caitlin is probably going to get mad at Brett for everything at some point.]
4pm - Chill with Phil
Phil delivers zombie carnage in Fortune City when he fires up more Dead Rising 2

[Philanthr0py hosts this relaxed show in which he performs full game (and series) playthroughs.]

SUNDAY
 

1pm - Sup, Holmes?
Come hang out and join in on the conversation as Jonathan Holmes interviews amazing people from all sides of the gaming industry. This week, he will be joined by musician Rich "Disasterpiece" Vreeland

[Join Destructoid's most lovable Associate Editor, Jonathan Holmes, for interviews with his friends in the game industry. Participate in the live chat and get your questions answered]


4pm - Rad Show: Get There!
Johnny Luchador shares some of his sick moves in Skate 3.

[Starring Johnny Luchador, Super Fantastic Videogame Rad Show: Get There! takes a lighthearted approach to gaming, with the guys usually focusing more on breaking games for ridiculous results than accomplishing feats of skill.]








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