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Live show: Tribes: Ascend on Mash Tactics


5:30 PM on 05.07.2012
Live show: Tribes: Ascend on Mash Tactics photo



King Foom is ready to get back into the swing of things after our successful, if grueling, 56 hours marathon for charity. Today on Mash Tactics, Foom is sliding into Tribes: Ascend. This multiplayer-only, free-to-play shooter has gained some considerable popularity since its release, and Foom needs to get good at it, fast. Tune in to see what he can do!

Mash Tactics airs Monday through Friday at 4p.m. Pacific on Dtoid.TV. Watch King Foom play a variety of games, each day with its own theme. With a heavy focus on community and viewer interaction, you can be as much a part of the show as anything else.

 






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