SITREP Radio #196: WARLORDS OF NEW YORK EXPANSION REVIEW
This week the lads go over their time in #TheDivision2 expansion Warlords of New York and give their thoughts on this addition to the franchise. Warning full spoilers on this one!...
The team is back to full strength this week to present you with Episode 195 of SITREP Radio.
Mike admits to needing glasses, Luke channels his inner “Mr Tumble” and Rob records an episode of the podcast completely stone-cold sober!
In all seriousness though, for Episode 195 this week the lads dip into the new Endgame activities that are coming to the game with the Warlords of New York expansion. There are Seasons, Global Events, Apparel Events and Manhunts, each with a . Oh, and the cheeky scamps on State of the Game (Hamish, Yannick and Trick this week) dropped a little info-graphic containing two GearSets and their full list of talents. “System Corruption” and the return of a Division 1 favourite by the name of “Striker” (complete with 100% re-worked talents).
Mike is a huge lover of all things media based. From games to movies, comics and music. Preferably the alternative genre.
A bit of geek when it comes to TV, Movies, Podcasts, and Games.
I've been a gamer ever since I can remember. I started with a Commodore64, then Amiga1200, and various PCs. Consoles I've owned include SNES, Wii, GameCube, Xbox 360 and every version of PlayStation to date. My most played games are Team Fortress Classic, Championship Manager, early COD titles (don't mention Black Ops or MW3!) as well as almost all of the Gran Turismo and GTA series'.
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Alex Graner, level designer at Respawn Entertainment, joins us this week to discuss Town Takeovers, answer questions from the community, and more.
With very little news in these weeks before BlizzcOnline the crew just shoots the breeze.
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