Welcome to episode #7 of Hi-Lo: The MMOBomb Game Show!

It’s a chance for two of our panelists to show off their knowledge of free-to-play gaming and a chance for the rest of us to laugh at them when they’re totally off base with their guesses! Today, our champion Zach Sharpes puts the title on the line against newcomer Troy Blackburn! Will The Legless One hold off against the Noobfridge? Watch and find out!

Here’s how we it works: We’ve got six questions, all related to free-to-play gaming and all with a numerical answer. Each round, one of our players will be asked a question and have to give an answer that they think is correct. Then, their opponent will try to guess whether they think the real answer is higher or lower than the answer the first person gave. The answer is revealed, and if the second person is correct about it being higher or lower, they score the point. If not, their opponent scores the point. The first player to four points wins, but if the players are tied 3-3 after six questions, we’ve got a tiebreaker to resolve things!

We had a lot of fun putting this show together, so let us know what you think about Hi-Lo in the comments below!

“Happy Happy Game Show” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.

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  1. Adrian on March 16, 2017

    I know i lost several hours planning routes through that skill tree… but 1398? omfg

    • Edge Damodred on March 16, 2017

      Not really that surprising. You get 1 point per level gained, 100 levels so 99 points there, plus another 20-23 depending on how you went with the bandit each playthrough. And you should probably have already figured you can’t reach every node in a class area.

      Each class region has several sections of specialization plus the routing nodes so each class has about 170-225ish nodes in each area. Average that out to about 200 nodes and there’s 7 classes, so that would put it at around 1400. Like most things that look complex and confusing it’s about breaking it down into smaller pieces.

      • Adrian on March 19, 2017

        Easy to do the math when you already know the answer 😛

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