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This weekend on Dtoid TV: Wrapping up E3


5:15 PM on 06.08.2012
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This year's Electronic Entertainment Expo is finally coming to a close, and we're ready to get back to business as usual on Destructoid TV. Okay, those of us not recuperating from being at E3 will be on top of things, anyway. Expect some hindsight on the news out of E3 all weekend. Jump in our chat and offer your two cents.

It starts with Philanthr0py in the place of Mash Tactics tonight. We'll just be dicking around in whatever games we're feeling and talking about the slew of news out this week. Awdamn is bringing us a full weekend of action on Substituted Reality, starting with Harley's Revenge in Batman: Arkham City. And Philanthr0py is finally stepping into the wilds of Africa in Resident Evil 5, with Crux as backup, marking the beginning of the end of the Resident Evil run on Chill with Phil. Catch the full schedule below!

Today at 4p.m. Pactific, Philanthr0py and yours truly are going to be jamming on some random games and discussing all news and mediocrity out of E3 this year.

Substituted Reality is Destructoid's only PC exclusive gaming show, hosted by lovably offbeat caster, Awdamn, and airing every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 8p.m. Tonight, Awdamn is getting down with the clown in the Harley's Revenge DLC for Batman: Arkham City. Saturday night is arena haberdashery in Team Fortress 2. Sunday will be some Assassin's Creed Revelations action.

 

Chill with Phil airs this and every Saturday at 4p.m. Pacific. Phil is going strong in his playthrough of the entire Resident Evil series. This Saturday, Phil is finally reaching the home stretch of his Resident Evil run! It's time for Resident Evil 5, but don't worry, Phil will be avoiding Sheva's bullsh*t by partnering with Crux this week.

Super Fantastic Videogame Rad Show: Get There! starring Johnny Luchador and Bill Zoeker airs every Sunday at 4p.m. Pacific. Rad Show takes a light-hearted approach to gaming, with the guys usually focusing more on breaking games for ridiculous results than completing feats of skill.

Retroactive centers around the games of yesteryear. Every Sunday at 6p.m. Pacific, and Monday at 8p.m. Pacific, its host, Crux adventures through nostalgic games on the consoles of his childhood. Sunday night, Crux is getting primitive in Chuck Rock for the Sega CD. Monday night will be most excellent with X-Men for the Sega Genesis/MegaDrive.

Catch all of Destructoid's live programming by following Dtoid.TV!






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