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Hey Poor Podcast Episode 119: Rudolph’s Cornucopia Of Madness

https://archive.org/download/Episode119_201712/Episode%20119.mp3

“I love that heartwarming family special about ripping all the teeth straight out of a dude’s head.”

album art for Hey Poor Podcast Episode 119: Rudolph's Carousel Of Madness

This week on the Hey Poor Podcast, we talk about Last Jedi spoilers. Seriously. This is not a joke or a bit – we spoil the whole dang movie. Still, that’s no reason not to curl up by the fire with a glass of nog or nog substitute and listen to I “Snow Miser” Coleman and Jay “Heat Miser” Petrequin discuss why Star Wars‘ eighth episode is easily one of the best movies of the year, extol the merits of DOOM‘s Switch port (now that Bethesda’s bothered to fix some of the more glaring issues), catch up on some of the year’s best games, movies, books, and music; and review Bridge Constructor Portal which, to the surprise of no one who was actually paying attention, did not turn out to be a stealth reveal for Half Life 3. Yeah. People really thought that. All this and more, on the Hey Poor Podcast!

Games/Films/Etc of the week: Star Wars: EPISODE VIII – The Last Jedi [SPOILERS FOR THE LAST JEDI FROM 11:11 TO 38:00], Jay’s final thoughts on Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Splatoon 2’s new maps, catching up on Persona 5 and Horizon Zero Dawn, the Monster Hunter World beta, the DOOM Switch port, Pyre, Bridge Constructor Portal

Audience Questions: favorite book, favorite movie, favorite song/album of 2017; favorite holiday food

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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.
  • Christopher

    How much nog did you drink during this?

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