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Hey Poor Podcast Episode 74: Everybody’s a Nerd For Something

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It’s kind of a loosey-goosey episode this week, since there’s only two of us and we had to go a little off-book in order to fill the time.  But it’s all the better for it, because if there’s any duo you can trust to be funny enough and opinionated enough to carry the show by themselves, it’s I “The Next Anita Sarkeesian” Coleman and Bethany “The Dirtiest” Meadows.  Gather round the podcast trashcan fire as we discuss films, games, sports, I’s new status as a card-carrying SJW (according to YouTube commenters), and how much better Half Life would be if its protagonist was Walter White.  It’s a fun, lighthearted show for fun, lighthearted people.

Games of the Week: Destroy All Humans, Dragon Age: Inquisition, tabletop roleplaying games, the new protagonist of Half Life 3, Inside, Battleborn and Overwatch, Grand Old Academy

Audience Questions: making one change to the gaming industry, the future of virtual reality, favorite films

The News: Steam’s new screenshot policy, Swery65 retires, the new Sega MegaDrive, Sombra the new Overwatch character

Have a question or coded message for the Hey Poor Podcast? Send it to @LastSpaceMarine on Twitter or post on the forums!

The Hey Poor Podcast can be found and subscribed to on iTunes and Stitcher. In addition to the website, Hey Poor Player can be found in page and group form on Facebook and Twitter, creating Let’s Play and video review goodness on Youtube (which is where I normally lives), and playing away for your entertainment on Twitch.

I. Coleman
I Coleman believes that videogames are the most important, most fascinating, and most potentially world-changing entertainment medium today. When not saying dorky, embarrassing crap like that, I is a game designer, science fiction author, and former reviews editor for the now-defunct GamerSyndrome.com with years of experience writing for and about games.

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