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This weekend on Twitch TV: 321Go Effect


5:30 PM on 03.24.2012
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It's Friday again, which means it's time for me to break down for you the coming weekend of entertainment on Destructoid's Twitch.TV channel. I'm leaving Mash Tactics out of this one, as you can read all about the awesomeness occurring on today's show over here. Aside from that, we've got everything from Star Wars, to Joe & Mac, to Lethal Weapon coming at you over the next few days.

Just in case you haven't had enough of the walking dead lately, we've got hordes to slaughter. Chill with Phil is finishing up Resident Evil 3 and then filling in the gaps with Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Following that, Substituted Reality is carrying the torch into some Left 4 Dead 2. And not to be outdone, Rad Show is going right back into Operation Raccoon City. You can calm your zombie-slaying nerves with conversational goodness between Sup Holmes with Canabalt creator Adam Atomic, and 321Go Cast spoiling the hell out of Mass Effect 3 with vixen Dtoider, Maya Kramer, and the latest addition to the Dtoid Community team, Jon Bloodspray.

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. Pacific. Tonight after Mash Tactics, Awdamn is dropping in to Star Wars: Republic Commando for old times' sake. Saturday will be enough Left 4 Dead 2 to make your Boomer blow. And Sunday is another trip into the role of Adam Jensen in Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

Saturday Morning Hangover with Conrad Zimmerman and Jordan Devore airs from 10a.m. to 12p.m. PST. Come watch as they play the latest Xbox Live Indie Games demos for your enjoyment, and revel in the beauty of Conrad's mustache! This week, Conrad and Jordan will be dipping their toes into the retro pool with Joe & Mac 2: Lost in the Tropics.

Hang out with Destructoid Contributors Brett Zeidler and Caitlin Cooke every Saturday at 12p.m. PST as they play through entire games with a focus on co-op. It’s a safe bet that Cait is probably going to get mad at Brett for everything at some point. This week, Brett and Cait hope to conquer the rest of Portal 2 co-op, including the Peer Review DLC. Should they succeed, they will be jumping into some Minecraft and probably grief each other to no end.

Chill with Phil airs this and every Saturday at 4p.m. PST. Host Philanthr0py is continuing his full series playthrough of the Resident Evil franchise. This week, Phil is completing his therapy to cope with his fear of Nemesis by finishing Resident Evil 3. After that, Phil has decided to live out the experiences of Umbrella's Wolfpack team in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City before leaving the old town in the dust forever.

Sup Holmes is live talk show starring Destructoid editor Jonathan Holmes, airing every Sunday at 1p.m. PST. Every week, Sup Holmes features gaming industry professionals discussing the issues, and answering viewer questions. This Sunday, Holmes is joined by Adam Saltsman (Adam Atomic), creator of Canabalt, Gravity Hook, and FATHOM, to name just a few.

321Go Cast is Destructoid's live-recording community podcast about nothing, airing at 2p.m. PST and starring JohnnyViral, Pangloss, and Ryu89. This week, the guys are joined by old-school Dtoider, the sultry Maya Kramer, and the man, the legend, Jon Bloodspray, to talk in-depth about Mass Effect 3. They've done their best to hold out for a few weeks, but now the cast of 321Go is ready to go into the nitty gritty of the latest Mass Effect chapter. Be warned: there will be tons of SPOILERS!

Super Fantastic Videogame Rad Show: Get There! starring Johnny Luchador and Bill Zoeker airs every Sunday at 4p.m. PST. 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. This week the guys are jumping on the meatwagon and playing Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.

Retroactive centers around the games of yesteryear. Every Sunday at 6p.m. PST, and Monday at 8p.m. PST, its host Crux adventures through nostalgic games on the consoles of his childhood. This Sunday, Crux isn't getting too old for old sh*t like Lethal Weapon on the SNES. But, just in case, Crux will be cleansing his palate Monday night with Jackal for NES.

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