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This weekend on Twitch TV: Chill with Phil debuts!

3:45 PM on 09.09.2011

Destructoid's Twitch.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.

This week, a new show launches on our Twitch.tv channel hosted by community member, Philanthr0py! Currently titled "Chill with Phil," this show focuses more on core gaming. Starting with Team Fortress 2 on the Dtoid server, every week Phil will play games that appeal to the hardcore crowd and show how godlike he is in these games. Tune in for the first show this Saturday, from 4:00 - 6:00 Pacific. Check out the rest of this weekend's programming below!

 

Saturday Morning Hangover with Conrad Zimmerman and Jordan Devore airs from 10:00am to 12:00pm Pacific. Come watch as they play the latest Xbox Live Indie Games demos for your enjoyment, and revel in the beauty of Conrad's mustache!

 

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. This week, the amazing Brett Zeidler will be on the show hanging out with us to talk about how it is writing on the front page!

 

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 on Sunday at 4:00pm Pacific. The special guest this week is the community member formerly known as bushofghosts, Katamaya!

Catch these shows and more on Twitch.tv/destructoid!

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