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TALK THIS: It's Dangerous to Podcast Alone

Talk This! is a weekly podcast about video games, old and new. Each main episode, hosts Emma and Madelyn Paquette have a lively debate about two random video games (one old and one new) and then subsequently make up their own by mashing together the best elements of each.
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Now displaying: January, 2021
Jan 31, 2021

In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss photo modes in games and their different opinions on what can make the best memes. Also featuring Awkward Dad Kratos, the power of a good selfie, and the revolution of the Share button.

Jan 24, 2021

In this episode, Madelyn and Emma talk Paper Mario and Bugsnax and delight over a true modern classic: the Bugsnax song. Also featuring Ryuji Grumpus, the snubbing of Luigi, and distracting Nintendo with something shiny.

Jan 17, 2021

In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma discuss the state of video games awards shows and what their ideal show would look like. Also featuring diversity requirements, bad celebrity hosts, and superchats for the Oscars.

Jan 10, 2021

In this episode, Madelyn and Emma talk Tony Hawk Pro Skater and Carrion and wonder whether skateboarding talent is stored in the blood. Also featuring the relation of size and fear, a lack of skateboarding knowledge, and monster tricks.

Jan 3, 2021

In this not-episode, Madelyn and Emma talk about their last six weeks of gaming and also a bit about their whole 2020 in gaming. Also featuring the benefits of falling money, the return of the lean mean Rean machine, and bonus artbook content.

 

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