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Hey Poor Podcast Episode 77: Middle Morph Stretch Waistband

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“This Is Definitely A Sign Of The Apocalypse”

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On this week’s thankful episode of the Hey Poor Podcast, I “Darth Icky” Coleman is joined by Bethany “Midnight Brownout” Meadows (and special guest Bethany’s noisy dog) to discuss what little games, news, and questions managed to come out despite the Thanksgiving weekend.  There’s some lengthy discussions of Brutal Doom 64, terrible naming conventions in Star Wars and Harry Potter, and why the No Man’s Sky Foundation Update is far too little, far too late.  There’s also a deep dive into the terrifying world of gaming diapers that goes on far, far longer than it should.  All this and more, on the ever-dependable HeyPoorPodcast!

Games (and Movies) of the Week: Ocarina of Time, Hyrule Warriors, Kokurase Episode 2, Shadow Warrior 2’s ludicrously broken co-op, Brutal Doom 64, Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, Moana

Audience Questions: favorite Star Wars game, fictional character crushes

The News: previewing Agony, Outlast 2‘s horrible gaming diaper, the No Man’s Sky Foundation Update, The Game Awards versus legal fan games

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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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