Don't you just love it when the work week just blows by? Good, then please tell me how that feels. I've had an E-67 broken hard drive on my 360 for a week and the Texan lady that took my initial support call at Xbox support failed to tell me I needed to ship the damaged one to them first! Had I not called for a status update I'd still be wondering what the hell Crackdown is like. It's all good now though. I kindly recommended to have her taken to the parking lot and beaten by Xbox 360 A/C bricks. GRRR!
In other news, the days are slowly inching towards Destructoid's 1 year anniversary party on March 16 in Miami. Details on the venue, free Paul Oakenfold tickets, and all that good stuff is on the way. We're also planning to give away 2 free round trip tickets from the continental US. The party is 21 and over, due to the planned debauchery, but we'll have videos for the chilluns. It's like a sunny 75 degrees down here right; butterfly ballots in the air.
Also, cocks and a handful of us will also be descending to the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, so be on the look out for a robot singing this song in your coastal vicinity. Until then, we leave you with this video to prepare you for the attack. Thanks to Fronz, Brandon, and John for sending this in. We all agree: Epic! Have a great weekend everyone; thanks for reading Destructoid.
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