Major Nelson podcast has Felicia Day, Beatles Rock Band, Stephen Toulouse

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 1 September 2009 14:53 GMT

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Major Nelson’s podcast number 330 is loaded to the gill with stuff.

Want proof? It’s 321 minutes long and contains chats with Xbox Live boss Stephen Toulouse, The Guild’s Felicia Day, development manager at Tiburon, Ryan Ferwerda chatting about Madden NFL 10, Josh Randall, the creative director behind Beatles Rock Band and Dan Maher, Xbox UK’s XBL editor.

If you don’t feel like listening to the whole thing, the Major has kindly listed the time each one starts.

Very kind of him considering most of us have ADHD.

Hit up the link to hear all about it.

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