OotiniCast Episode 60

We discuss two interviews with BioWare’s Rob Hinkle about the current state and future plans for PvP in SWTOR.

1. Introduction

Chong’s awesome new assault cannon:
Chong's new gun

2. Trivia Question

Now that Disney owns LucasFilm, it seems a good time to ask: what song from Disney’s Fantasia contains a passage that John Williams clearly borrowed for one of his classic Star Wars songs?

If you are interested in being entered in the random drawing for a Tauntaun Fawn code, please send your answer to ootinicast@gmail.com.

3. Force Feedback

We discuss tweets from @DarthKenji (William Keele), @StoleTarts (Megan), @rbleamon (Ray Leamon), @Dimbo56, @ForceChuckle, @Bytorsnowdog (Snowy), @MikeG_75 and @ChazLobo.

You can find the forum post that @ForceChuckle referred to about Ancient Hypergate strategy here.

We also discuss some great ideas from our guildmate Dan, and Dillon E’s suggestion for the addition of organic mounts to the game.

4. Sarlacc Digest

Rob Hinkle, Senior Systems Designer specialising in PvP, gave two interviews in recent weeks, prior to the deployment of Game Update 1.6:

5. Outro

Thanks to Chong (@EmpireDivider), Redna (@RystoJ) and Hyp (@Hypknotoad) for joining us this week.

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OotiniCast Episode 60 — 1 Comment

  1. In the southern United States, we have the universal “when in doubt, turn left”. Don’t know which road to take, well, turn left. In video games, when me and my friends don’t know where to go, turn left. So you ask why everyone always turned left? Cause when in doubt.

    Too funny

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