It’s been about a week since I first downloaded and started playing Neverwinter (not to be confused with Neverwinter Nights), and I’m very happy that I made the decision. For a while, I’ve been looking for an interesting new MMO and Neverwinter sounded like everything I could want. It’s a free game, the visuals are […]
As an avid League of Legends player for the past year, I’d be a complete liar to say I haven’t learned my fair share about the game purely from copying the strategies of others. That’s fine though, because the League of Legends community seems incredibly generous in sharing their builds and other ideas. The nature of eSports, with all the streaming and tournaments, practically embraces this copycat play style.
In spite of the apparent domination of World Of Warcraft, new massively multiplayer online games continue to be announced and released by various companies. This is a good thing, as it gives gamers who are sick and tired of the WOW formula other options. Keeping track of the MMO scene can incredibly confusing. With all the […]
There are still some titles that faithfully provide an excellent couch experience for multiple players. They either allows for up to four people to play at once, or provide an entertaining enough experience to keep those left to watch entertained while they wait for their turn. Games that can successfully pull of couch co-op are the cornerstone of dorm room gaming and a great way to keep broke college students entertained.