The whiskey-soaked, Boston area video game podcast you have searched for your entire life has finally arrived. Tune into the official pilot episode of 8bit Proof, featuring everyone’s favorite group of drunken miscreants: Corey, Roger, Susi, and Joey D.


This episode’s segments include:

–          Joey D’s punishing, alcohol-fueled pixeltarded drinking game

–          Battle of the excited Youtube narrators

–          Questions Under the Influence

–          Roger’s 90s nostalgia-inspired FMK.

After cramming all of this amazing nonsense through your head holes and into your gray matter, leave us a comment to let us know, for better or worse, how it changed your life.  The most outstanding comments will be read live during the next episode, and every commenter will be eligible to win stupidly fantastic prizes.

Missing out on this historical moment would be like punching a puppy in the face.  Seriously, who would want to do that?  Puppies are awesome.

Lay back, take a deep breath, and just go with it, Internet.  This is going to hurt you more than it’s going to hurt us.
(Please note that this episode of 8Bit Proof originally aired the summer of 2012, on Therefore, the majority of the subject matter may be a bit dated, and references to our home website and its staff are no longer accurate.  Also, any entries received for contests mentioned during this particular episode are no longer are not valid (duh). However we do love listener participation, so anything we receive will be kindly mentioned during the taping of the newest edition of the podcast.)  



About The Author

Associate Features Writer, Video Content Creator, 8bit Proof Podcast host

Corey's been playing video games since he first climbed atop a barstool to play Duck Hunt on an arcade cabinet. He maintains an unhealthy obsession with Ducktales, the Back to the Future trilogy, and Punisher comics. If he's not playing games, you can probably find him riding his motorcycle, napping in a hammock, or weeping gently into a glass of whiskey. He also enjoys self-deprecating humor, and talking about himself in the third person.

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