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Playing and streaming are two peas in a pod when you’re a gamer in 2014. If you play games, you probably watch others play them. For me, it started with League of Legends and has finally taken me to Hearthstone. It doesn’t seem like much of a “spectator sport,” but I’ve quickly noticed improvements in my Hearthstone game by just watching streamers play and picking up their habits.
The best way to improve at Hearthstone is through trial and error by playing the game consistently, but it helps to read and study up. You need to know what cards are popular, who is playing them, and what you can do to play effectively against these strategies.
There were many games that reached the surface last year, but these are three that really shined over the rest. These games are free, very popular, and extremely addicting. 2013 was a breakout year for these games, and I really think they’ll hold strong as we continue through 2014. Let’s look at them.
Is the RPG genre going downhill? That may be a bit of an extreme suggestion, but there are definitely a few things that make this genre of games a hassle to deal with sometimes.
After months of frantically scavenging forums and giveaways for a closed beta key, Hearthstone is now officially in open beta! Blizzard is set not to disappoint with this new title, and thousands upon thousands of people are already downloading the game and watching others play it on Twitch.
This fantastic world of video games that we’ve created has managed to birth some of my favorite acronyms ever. There’s the SNES, MMORPGs, ROMs, and plenty more. In this article, I want to explore an acronym that is becoming more and more commonly mentioned during routine conversations in our gaming culture. I’m talking about RNG.
Is there anything worse than a masterpiece of a video game that is unfortunately taken hostage by a single character that somehow manages to ruin the entire experience for you?
Do you want to be recognized as the best player in the world at your favorite video game? It’s really tough to prove such a point in a single-player game, but connecting yourself with the internet’s circle of speedrunners makes it possible.
Are you ready to see four of the most jaw-dropping video game completions in gaming history?
That’s right, this is a challenge from me to you. I’ll bet all my marbles that no one reading this article has (fairly) earned any of the achievements you’re about to read into.
Path of Exile fans, aren’t you sick and tired of suffering from catastrophic deaths in the game’s Hardcore league setup? Is there anything worse than devoting hours upon hours into a character on your favorite ARPG only to lose it to a perfect storm of circumstances? I feel your pain. It doesn’t have to happen anymore.
How many video games have actually shocked you? How many games have made you set down your controller and ask, “What in the hell just happened?” If not many, I’d like to introduce you to five of them that will.
Let’s look at five video game levels that we should all remember forever.
Let me introduce you to three third-party applications that make the Twitch.TV experience more pleasant for your desktop or laptop.
With September and October coming up as the biggest months in competitive League of Legends history, it’s time for you to get interested! It’s the biggest online game in the world!