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Radio Dtoid 040: Drug-Laced Pacifiers

7:30 PM on 06.30.2014

mrandydixon

Former Community Manager

With special community guest pk fire!

Radio D is Dtoid's official community-focused podcast! Join Aaron "Mxy" Yost (Forums Admin), ConorElsea.com (US Community Manager), Kyle MacGregor (Contributor), Mr Andy Dixon (when he shows up) and maybe, possibly Beccy Caine (when she shows up even less) as they talk about their favorite Dtoid community happenings!

In this episode, Aaron succumbs to Nintendo, Kyle freaks out over Captain Toad, Conor is a magical creature only Mxy can hear, and guest host pk fire is not a 12-year-old kid. The gang also discusses cell shading, crippled PC ports, gaming obsessions, their favorite games from E3, Phil Fish tweeting things, weird games, visual novels, infinite David Bowies, and so much more!

Click here for the direct download link! You can also subscribe to us on iTunes, Twitter and the Cblogs, or join our Facebook group. For links to what we discussed on the show, check out the show notes. Finally, we're always looking for new guest hosts to appear on the show, or even just to record an intro for us, so shoot Aaron an email if that's something you'd be interested in.

Congrats to Robert Cisneros for asking the most thought-provoking listener question this episode! For his creativity, he wins a copy of World End Economica! Also, this is your last chance to submit a banner for our iTunes page! For a chance at a free game from your Steam wishlist, please submit an original piece of art inspired by Radio Destructoid to community@destructoid.com. Dimensions should be 1400x1400 pixels, and it needs to be in JPG or PNG format.

Thanks for listening!



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