Failcast is a community-focused podcast featuring Destructoid's regular users. It is recorded every Tuesday night and (usually) is released on Thursday. Every ten episodes, Failcast features a Destructoid editor.
If you want to be a guest on the podcast or have an audio segment to contribute, send an email to Failcast@gmail.com and we'll get back to you. Keep in mind that we have a long guest list, but you will be put on it; you'll just have to wait. Any audio segments should be in MP3 format, with a bit rate of 128 kbps and a sample rate of 44.100 kHz.
To be honest, the Failcast team has never been entirely happy with the way we produced these preview episodes. Maybe it was that they adhered too much to our crusade of fail. Regardless, today marks a shift in format. Beyond the standard interview with our arcade-minded guest Hitogoroshi, we decided to discuss the controversy surrounding - what else? - the latest Destructoid review. The latest shitstorm involved Topher's ringing endorsement of Ikaruga. Do our ramblings make any sense, or do they instead approach the realm of, well, ramblings? That is for posterity to decide.
Also, if you deem our show worthy of a listen, you'll notice that we announce two things. The first is an "event" of sorts. That's right, it's the retarded, red-headed stepchild of Destructoid: Mr. Failcast! We pretty much tell you what you need to know in the on-show segment, so give it a listen and then send in your pictures!
The second is a call to arms of Failcast listeners. We want to do a preview episode based entirely off of your questions. Oh, but not just normal text-based questions -what do you think this is, IRC? - we want recordings of you, dear listener, asking us questions about...stuff. You've got some time to contribute, so you don't have to ditch your date to record us an epic question, but when you do send them in to Failcast@gmail.com, make sure they're in MP3 format, with a bit rate of 128 kbps and a sample rate of 44.100 kHz. And of course, you're always free to contribute other stuff for the main shows as well. But you already knew that, didn't you?
Music Credits: OP: bLiNd: Beginning of the End (Birth of a God)
ED: Kill Me Now! from MGS2