[Video created by Chill Bro community member Audie]
Today on Mash Tactics, Carnage and Wesley are playing Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker from the MGS: HD Collection, but there is more important news to share. On Tuesday's episode of Mash Tactics, Jon Carnage announced that this would be his last week with the program. Carnage has taken a new position that won't leave him time for Destructoid's flagship livestream.
For over a year, Jon Carnage has rocked the main attraction on Destructoid's livestream channel at least three hours a day, five days a week. The name of the show and even the co-hosts have changed over the months, but Jon Carnage has always been at the center of it all. Alas, all good things must come to an end.
Though this is the end of the era of Jon Carnage, this will by no means be the end of Mash Tactics. Starting next week, Kingdom of Foom will be taking on the title of Mash Tactics. King Foom is the only caster on Dtoid's TwitchTV channel capable of matching the sheer number of hours Mash Tactics is known for. Foom is a veritable streaming powerhouse, and so Carnage has chosen to pass the mantle on to him.
Mash Tactics will be on at its regularly scheduled time this Friday. There will also be a special edition of the show this Saturday at 12p.m. Pacific with special guest Pico Mause. Be sure to tune in today at 4p.m. Pacific to watch Carnage and Wesley play Peace Walker or just to pay your respects to the "King of the Stream."
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