Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Radio: ICP Live! Episode 44

The Nintendo 64 might be a long forgotten memory in the realm of modern gaming consoles, but here at Incoming Pull it still lives on. Tonight, we fill the InterWebz with the amazing music from Castlevania 64. We also introduce a new segment that we're calling Final Boss, which will recap and offer opinions on the previous week's show.

You can listen to ICP Live! tonight at 9 p.m. EST on UltraWorld Radio. All you have to do is click on either the Winamp or Windows Media Player links to listen live.


On Tonight's Show:
  • Warhammer online
  • Earth Rise Delays
  • X-Com
  • And what video game franchises should never have been made
We offer you a host of off-the-cuff conversation as we pull together a largely improvised line up this evening. Don't worry too much though, we still have an amazing selection of music to satisfy your thirst as we bring you titles from Castlevania 64. You can listen to ICP Live! tonight at 9 p.m. EST on UltraWorld Radio. All you have to do is click on either the Winamp or Windows Media Player links to listen live.

If you have any questions or comments, post them on this story and we will try to get to them when we are on-air. You can also reach us on Yahoo instant messenger @ incomingpull or hit us up on any of the numerous ways to contact us (hint: you can see the list in the sidebar on the right).


Seriously, it's a LIVE show. Why not IM us and join in the conversation?

As always, you can stream the entire show in the player below, or you can click the download link under the player to save it to your hard drive for eternity. You can also subscribe to the IP Live! podcast and be alerted when a new show is posted or even listen in on your iPod.

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Make sure you check out DJ Kestral's Wild Wild World of Music every Tuesday night at 9PM EST on UltraWorld Radio.

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