On this week’s show the rapid fire round comes back for a back-to-back performance, battle royales take over, and yes..the Daybreak drama continues. All that and more on this week’s Free to Play Cast!

Discussion Timestamps:

02:44 Rapid Fire Round
27:41 Battle Royale Takeover
33:54 Daybreak Updates…again
42:50 Weekly Bombs (DA-Bomb / A-Bomb)
49:49 Questions and Answers of the Week

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  1. A-Bomb to Star Trek Online …. for a list of reasons to long to type here.

    Question for everyone on the free2play cast …. How do you feel about STO?

  2. Da-bomb to Atlus Reactor’s new lancer, Lex. She’s a blast to play! (Pun intended)
    For the question of the week: Look, I love EQ. It was my first MMO, the game that made me fall in love with the genre. I even still go back occasionally. That said, I think I’d almost rather see it put down than pawned off to any of the likely companies. It’s true we don’t know what Amazon is capable of game-wise, but we may never know, and we don’t need another ‘EQ Next’ tease. And as for EA or Blizzard? I don’t want to see what they would do to my beloved game. With EA we’d get a half-finished game with lockboxes and questionable monetization galore. With Blizzard, we’d get copy pasted features of whatever was hot at the time, and a game a two year old could play blindfolded successfully. I don’t think any of these have the vision to make something suitable, even if they have the cash. No, I think I’ll hold out hope that Pantheon will be as good as it looks, and gain enough traction to stick around as a ‘modern EQ’.


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