With less than a week until the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Tim and Ryan revisit the Galactic Civil War in Dice’s Star Wars Battlefront. Beginning at the Death Star, Tim and Ryan cover September’s Death Star expansion to the game. Then, they take a look at the future of the franchise…or the past…in the new Rogue One: Scarif Battlefront expansion based on the new prequel film, Rogue One. Finally, the Game Boys list they’re new hopes and expectations for the tentative Star Wars Battlefront 2. Also in this episode: Batman: The Telltale Series, F8 talk, FFXV news, and way too much hype for Rogue One! This might not be the droids you’re looking for, but it is absolutely the podcast you are! #therockinstarwars #therock4prez
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