by Tyler 'v1k_ng' Schrodt
by Ian 'Sointact' Scott
by David 'Hauntze' Chen

When patch 4.25 of Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood dropped last month I was eager to finally get in and try the long awaited Forbidden Land, Eureka Anemos, and work towards getting my new relic gear, which is often considered the best gear in the game once fully upgrade

The Kingdom Hearts franchise is notorious for how complicated and somewhat contradictory its story has been for a long time. Now, in the era right before the release of Kingdom Hearts III, the timeline seems solid and understandable.

Contrary to the fast and luxurious lifestyles of some of our favorite celebrities, the majority of us go through a standard routine that gets us onto the next day. That routine could include classes; work; and even something as simple as brushing your teeth in the morning or talking to your mom at night.

Xenoblade Chronicles is likely one of the most well known RPGs for the Wii, with Operation Rainfall, the fan campaign to bring it to North America, having had obvious success. I was one of many who rushed to play the game as soon as they could, however, I was a bit disappointed by it. The story was about as interesting as I had hoped.

Spoiler Warning: I’m going to talk about aspects of this book that appear through the entire story. This will ruin a mild twist at the end.

Back in January, Jeff Kaplan came out in a Developer Update to talk about some community complaints. Of course, some of the complaints were for Hanzo. Because Scatter Arrow, for as much as it has become a deep part of Hanzo’s playstyle, just isn’t that great.

Life is Strange and its prequel, Life is Strange: Before the Storm, follow the stories of Max Caufield and Chloe Price, two best friends fated with tragedy at every turn imaginable. If you have played all of the episodes thus far, then you know the unfortunate events that plague Max and Chloe and the supernatural adventure that makes them who they are.

Although improvements have been made, esports still largely exclude non-gamers from watching. Some of the problems include viewing platforms, how the pro players are presented, and even the tournaments themselves.

LCS Week 6