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Xbox 360 Fancast -- Live @ PAX East 2011

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The Xbox 360 Fancast Live show from PAX East 2011 featured some truly magical moments. For those of you who couldn't make it (or those who want to relive the horror), here's the full recording for your listening pleasure. After the break, you can check out the intro video we used to open the show. Enjoy!

Also, a huge thank you to Chris Majewski for his amazing X3F Live art (he's available for commissions!).

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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; X3F Flab-Off Facebook group

Have a complaint or concern? Send an email to fancast [att] joystiq [dawt] com and we'll try to read it on the show!



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