While attending the World of Tanks booth to interview SteelSeries, I was approached by the World of Tanks team to interview them as well; I had free time and they had tanks. Done. We tried to do the interview in their booth but we were unable to hear ourselves think, let alone record due to a horrific amount of rubbish music from the next booth over. So we did the only other thing we could do: we went outside and climbed a tank.
World Of Tanks is an in-depth online and free-to-play MMO which has already seen over a million downloads and joins the ranks of those games using micro-transactions to make their money. Arthur Partapopau takes some time out of his busy schedule to climb a tank with me as well as tell me about the game, the community, future DLC, and why you should play World of Tanks.
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