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Xbox 360 Fancast 212 -- Sorry, We're Closed

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After over four years on the digital airwaves, it's time to say goodbye to the Xbox 360 Fancast. Come join Alexander, Dave and Richard as they bid a fond farewell to the show that started it all. We've got tons of listener emails, tweets and voicemails, and a few tidbits on what you can expect from Joystiq in the near future.

A huge thank you to all of our listeners old and new. Check out some favorite X3F moments after the break!

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Hosts: Richard Mitchell (SenseiRAM, @senseiram), Alexander Sliwinski (Sli Xander, @xandersliwinski) and Dave Hinkle (KnifefightYaDad, @davehinkle)

Music: Intro/Outro: "Electromooq" by Uma Floresta

For fans: Xbox 360 Fancast Facebook group



Xbox 360 Fancast Episode Zero
Xbox 360 Fancast Episode 50
Xbox 360 Fancast Episode 100
Xbox 360 Fancast Episode 150
Xbox 360 Fancast Episode 200
Xbox 360 Fancast Live from PAX East 2011

X3F Live intro video


Dusting Burg eats Marmite

Alexander the Centaur


Richard the male Bayonetta


The vicious Dropbear, as terrifyingly rendered by Dave Hinkle in MS Paint

































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