Some technical difficulties threatened to stop the XBLAFanCast after one episode but thankfully we recovered and can happily bring you Episode 2!

Andrew shares his thoughts on the closure of MyGamerCard.net and the guys are excited to see what former Bizarre studios employees do over at the newly formed Lucid games.

Is Bejeweled Blitz Live really worth paying for on XBLA? We debate that very fact before moving onto the surprise Friday release of Days of Thunder. A welcome surprise? Maybe not. John went to Robot Entertainment to check out their new game Orcs Must Die!, he tells us a bit about his experience with the game.

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Hosted by:

John Laster (@cain141)

Tyler Cameron (@tylertr0n)

Andrew Crews (@twixprintmatic)

Produced & edited by:

Ross Adams (@randomlyrossy)

Featured music:

Waterflame – -techock- (Castle Crashers)

Vincent De Vera & Jason Garner – Red Lights (Shank)

Twisted Pixel – Stats (Comic Jumper)