Xbox 360 Fancast 045 -- Huge Success
Episode 45 is here, folks. We've got quite a show in store for you, complete with guest host Alexander Sliwinski from Joystiq and a special appearance by our good friend Technical Difficulties. As always, we plow through our hardships in order to deliver you a (mostly) quality product. This week we talk about the whole Jeff Gerstmann / GameSpot issue, the Fall Update, Johnny Rotten, and so much more. We also take a look at some fanmail that's long overdue and we've even included a nifty Dustin / Yaris fanmix for everyone to enjoy. Download in your favorite flavor below. Oh, and stick around for the outtakes. We've got a lot of 'em, and they're all good.
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Hosts: Richard Mitchell (SenseiRAM), Dustin Burg (SuperDunners), David Dreger (Knuckles Dawson)
Guest: Alexander Sliwinski of Joystiq
Produced by Richard Mitchell
Music: Intro/Outro: "Electromooq" by Uma Floresta, Break: Yaris Fanmix by Creighton DeSimone.
Interested in contributing music? Let us know.
Fall Update complete details (Video), No XBVM for Europe yet
Back Compat update
Johnny Rotten loves Guitar Hero III ... in his own way
Gamer almost evicted because of Rock Band
Hooray for the new comment system!
Asteroids and Asteroids Deluxe on XBLA
GTA IV box art video
EA replacing defective Rock Band guitars
360's Black Friday sales are stellar
Ninja Gaiden II video preview
Shred Nebula coming to XBLA
Break: Yaris Fanmix
Fanmail: Hype, new game talk, best holiday games, the Heroic Map Pack, games of 2008.
Fantalk: The evolving games industry
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