Couch Podtatoes Episode 92: Two Year Anniversary Recap (Part One)


Wow, we’ve been gone for a little while! Apologies, we had scheduling issues and busy lives got in the way! But we’re back, and we have a load of content for you that will be released in the coming week. Starting today though, we’re diving into our two year anniversary celebration! We decided to do a recap of some of our best episodes and update you all with our current thoughts and opinions on those topics. In some cases our minds have changed, in others they’ve stayed the same, but we regret nothing! We hope that you’ll enjoy joining us in this celebration of what feels like a very long run in the podcast world. Because we were recapping nearly one hundred episodes, this celebration had to be split into two parts, so you can expect part two to be released by mid-next-week. We’ve also already recorded a new show to be released next weekend, so we should be basically caught up from our content drought. Enjoy!


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Couch Podtatoes Epsiode 92: Two Year Anniversary Recap (Part One) (runtime: 1:12:18)

What are we playing? (starts at 2:00)
Discussion: Recap Part One (starts at 15:50)

Host Contact information:

Blog: Me vs. Myself and I
Twitter: @mevsmyselfandi

Blog: Healing The Masses
Twitter: @ausj3w3l

Music Credits:
“Bit Rush” by Riot Games
“A Killing Industry” by Whitechapel (from the album Mark of the Blade)
“Enchanted Rose” by Bury Your Dead (from the album Beauty and the Breakdown)

Couch Podtatoes is a podcast about gaming, though we might stray into other forms of media. Sometimes we use strong language, but we try to keep that to a minimum. All opinions expressed by us or our guests are our own and are in no way to be interpreted as official commentary from any companies we discuss. You can visit our official podcast page at Be sure to follow us on iTunes, and/or Stitcher Radio.

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