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Sunday
Feb282016

Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 97 - Divisive

This week was host to one of the biggest betas of the year, The Division. Both Rob and Don have played it and have some pretty strong thoughts about it, but do they like it or loath it? Stay tuned until our final section to find out.

But before all that, we've got some news for you. Black Ops 3 is getting a multiplayer-only release on the PC; a shit load of people played Fallout Shelter as it turns out; Pokemon turns 20 years old this week; the HTC Vive VR headset finally has a price; news on when console players can expect Fallout 4 mods; and much more! Plus, don't forget that we've got a nutritious helping of Hot Goss Ip for you that you can't afford to miss (except that you totally can.)

All of that plus some tasty bonuses for you, like our "Sad C**t of the Week;" your weekly Video Game Music Segment; the latest update on Gareth's impending Disneyland adventure; how Rob embarrassed himself this week; and what Don got for his (I assume) 50th birthday.

It's a wonder we're able to cram it all into just 90 short minutes!

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Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 97 - Divisive

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    Tom Clancy’s is working greatly in “The Division” episodes. But I think after completing the 100 episodes the story should be ended up. Otherwise, people temptation towards it would be vanished. Because personally I don’t like to watch such serials which remains last long.
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