RetroforceGO! records episode 100 tonight: Retroforce - destructoid

RetroforceGO! records episode 100 tonight: Retroforce

1:00 PM on 08.20.2009


Well kids, looks like we made it. Tonight we record our 100th episode. We thought about what our topic should be, and having already done a few retrospective episodes, we figured another one would bore you. You've heard those stories, right? So, much like your date last night, we're gonna talk about ourselves.

That sounds pretty conceited on the surface, but we thought it would be nice to give you guys a chance to get to know us as people, and as gamers. Believe it or not, Dyson does more than sit around eating Pizza Rolls all day, and I happen to like a few games that aren't Ikaruga. So tonight we'll be taking your questions about the crew. We'd love a chance to tell you what our favorite current games are, or what we like to do in our off hours. Ask us whatever you like, but let's not get ridiculously personal, eh?

And keeping on par with a listener questions episode, this is probably going to spiral into absurdity, so you may as well toss out a few Disney song requests for Chad and Colette. 100 episodes is a lot of podcasting, and we're just going to have some fun tonight to close out the season. Hooray for mayhem.

 




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