Xbox 360 Fancast 053 -- Number One Podcast of 2008
We're going to be honest with you fanboys. It's been a long day. As such, the Fancast is arriving a little later than we would have liked. Rest assured though, we had good reason. What reason could that be, you ask? Why, so we could bring you a brand new enhanced podcast, that's why! Now, before you whoop, holler, and jump for joy, you should know that said enhanced podcast has not yet been set up with its own RSS feed just yet. After all, we wouldn't want our subscribers with unsupported hardware to be left out in the cold. As such, it's only available as a direct download this week. We're doing our best to get a new feed set up, but it could be a while. Still, however you choose to listen, make sure you do, because this week's show is a doozy. Download it in whatever manner you so choose below.
[iTunes] Subscribe to the Podcast directly in iTunes (MP3).
[Zune] Subscribe to the Podcast directly in Zune Marketplace (MP3).
[RSS MP3] Add the Xbox 360 Fanboy Podcast feed (in MP3) to your RSS aggregator and have the show delivered automatically.
[AAC] Download the enhanced AAC directly.
[MP3] Download the MP3 directly.
Hosts: Richard Mitchell (SenseiRAM), Dustin Burg (SuperDunners), Alexander Sliwinski (Sli Xander)
Produced by Richard Mitchell
Music: Intro/Outro: "Electromooq" by Uma Floresta. Break: "One Too Many Two Times" [this is erroneously listed as "One Too Many Good Times" in the enhanced podcast] by The Gentlemen Callers
Interested in contributing music? Let us know.
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