Destructoid's Justin.tv channel is committed to bringing lots of great gaming-related entertainment even during the weekends. From playing games on the stream, to discussing them in a talk show format, we bring a wide range of entertainment with that unique Dtoid flavor.
As you know our Justin.tv/Destructoid stream recently hit 7,000 followers and that means some lucky follower will be winning a Neo Geo console with the mystery game. But that’s not all. JohnnyViral, 321GoCast host and "The Angriest Man in Gaming" will be playing Amnesia: The Dark Descent LIVE on stream. You may be asking yourself, why that’s such a big deal? Well, JohnnyV is not good with creepy or scary things, but he finally broke down and promised to do so once the channel hit 7K followers. So it is time to put up or shut up. Come watch this Saturday 5:00pm Pacific as he gets the living daylights scared out of him and check out the rest of our weekend programming below!
Saturday Morning Hangover with Conrad Zimmerman and Jordan Devore airs from 10:00am to 12:00pm Pacific. This week, the gang is playing Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon! They'll be talking with a producer from D3 Publisher and giving away copies of the game! As always, they'll also be checking out the week's best and worst Xbox Live Indie Games releases.
321gocast is Destructoid's only live show/podcast hybrid airing on Sunday, from 2:00-4:00pm Pacific starring Johnnyviral, Jesse Cortez, Analoge, and Ryu89. Every week, they bring the live audience as well as podcast listeners into their conversations about videogames, Doctor Who, Jersey Shore and exactly what makes Johnny so angry.
Destructoid's live community talk show, Also, Talks, starring Bill Zoeker and Johnnyluchador is committed to bringing interesting conversations about videogames, Destructoid, and other stuff. This week, head of Dtoid Mexico and Modern Warfare 2 addict, Knives, with be on the show! Stop in to hear his sweet Mexican accent.
Catch these shows and more on Justin.tv/destructoid!
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