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Hey Poor Podcast Episode 81: That Good Good Voice Cream

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“The Rumor Come Out: Does Poor Player Is Hey?”

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This week’s episode is a long one, but you owe it to yourself to listen to all of it. The all-star cast of I “Age of Vampires” Coleman, Jay “Pokemon Trainer” Petrequin, and Nathaniel “The Kyle” Terencio, plus a combination of sleep deprivation and holiday cheer, resulted in an episode that’s as earnest and heartfelt as it is really, really silly. Smart discussion of nuanced game criticism gives way to a conversation about Waifu Wars, personal conversations about the games that made us are featured alongside ranting and raving about the Steam Awards. Plus: Age of Empires II shitposts, ridiculous moments in Watch Dogs 2, and Gaycer. It doesn’t get better than this, at least not on this show.

Games of the Week: Pokemon Sun and Moon, Homestuck (yes, really), Civilization VI, Final Fantasy XV, Watch Dogs 2, Age of Empires II HD, Duo, Grim Fandango, How To Talk About Games

Audience Questions: Most exciting game gift, the people who got you into gaming, Blizzard games

The News: Tracer the lesbian, The Steam Awards

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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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