In my last article, I shared my thoughts on some basic PvP strategies and how to survive the 4v4 Ranked Feast mode.
Hearthstone just received patch 9.1, the promised nerf to Druids that Hearthstone Game Director, Ben Brode, tweeted about recently. For players, including popular Hearthstone streamer, Kripparian, we expected heavy-handed nerfs, comparable to Warsong Commander and Starving Buzzard which were nerfed to unplayable status, to the Jade Ramp Druid deck.
Bioshock is officially categorized as an FPS, but I think that is a misnomer. It is not strictly incorrect since the gameplay takes place in the first person perspective and there is gunplay. However, most of the game’s charm is present in the terror the game inflicts on the player.
Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is a battle royale game, forcing players to fight to the virtual-death in a contest to be the last one standing. The basics of PUBG are shoot to kill and kill anyone who isn’t you. However, beyond that, everyone has their own playstyle if they want to be the last one standing - let’s go over a few that show up often.
It's the pinnacle of all fighting games. It's the top.
I was at EVO 2017 to show my Tekken skills. I had one of the more amazing experiences of my life so far. However, let's go back to the beginning.
With the release of Stormblood, the latest expansion into the Final Fantasy XIV universe, there were many changes to PvP. We were introduced to PvP-specific skills, and lost the ability to use our normal PvE ones.
In May (2017) I read an article about this crazy upcoming game. It was going to explore psychosis and mental illness in general while presenting a story of Nordic folklore and Gaelic perseverance. The game was called Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, and I knew immediately that I wanted to play it.
In the first part of my series, I discuss how I would have loved to see Chemist as a healer, as I think it’d spice things up a bit. I also mention how I feel there was a missed opportunity with the skill changes made to jobs in Stormblood.
Nexon’s latest venture, LawBreakers, is described as a gravity defying combat. It is an FPS that is certainly similar to games like Team Fortress and Overwatch. The question on many fans mind is if the new FPS will be able to take on the role of a competitive “esports” game.
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