Games blog by Apoth0r? Based on the Battle Chasers comic book series which ran during the late ’90s and into the early 2000s, Battle Chasers: Nightwar is a turn-based RPG that originally launched on console and PC a couple of years ago. But as with many mobile ports, the game actually feels most at home on the touchscreen, and as someone who doesn’t love turn-based RPGs I can’t believe how much I enjoyed playing through this when it hit the App Store over the summer. No knowledge of the comic books is necessary to enjoy the characters and story here either, and even knowing it’s a port of an existing game it’s hard not to be impressed playing a game with this amount of depth and such a high level of quality on a mobile device.
Oddmar is a platformer from 2019. It’s by the same developer’s of Leo’s Fortunte, another excellent platformer that spent years on this very list. Oddmar tells the story of a disgraced viking looking to redeem himself in the eyes of his village. The actual game play super smooth and enjoyable. Additionally, the game comes with 24 levels, a 3-star scoring system for replay value, and hardware controller support for play on Android TV or just on a controller. It’s not the longest game, but it’s a complete game and we felt the developer’s earned our $4.49 by the time we got to the end.
Harrison “psalm” Chang is our fourth Fortnite player on the list, who earned just under $1.82 million with his performances throughout 2019. Psalm, who is a member of Counter Logic Gaming made his presence in 2019 known with his second-place finish at the 2019 Fortnite World Cup – Solo where he earned $1.8 million. Besides his incredible run at World Cup, the 24-year-old also finished 20th at Fortnite Secret Skirmish Series 2019 ($10,000) and fourth at TwitchCon 2019 – Fortnite – Wave 3 ($3,000), while the majority of the remaining earnings came from Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers. Read even more info on Games Blog.
Do not Tilt. There are a lot of passionate gamers thinking – “Ok, I lost 5 games in a row, but I won’t stop until I win 10 now!”. And what you think? In most cases they will just lose even more. What is the reason behind all these loses? Well, maybe Instead of focusing on the game and thinking about it 100% of the time while playing, you start to think about wins or how bad your teammates are, missing a lot of opportunites to carry the game in the meantime. So when you start tilting – just take break.
Mercy is best when paired with a mobile team composition, especially with a Pharah or a sniper to damage boost. Ana is still an extremely valuable choice due to her anti-healing grenades, which negate the wide-spread healing of a Baptiste or Moira. She has to navigate around shields, though, so choose Ana only if you have faith in your team to take down barriers and enable your skills.
Gamers in Arcadia’s co-educational esports program will compete as part of the school’s athletic program in games such as League of Legends, Hearthstone, Overwatch, and Rocket League, with two teams per game. A 1,500-square-foot space on campus will serve as the central competition area and the program will be led by a head coach (for each game) and a program director. According to the school, the arena will be equipped with 36 high-end gaming PCs, multiple console-based systems, a projection system for coaches to use for film study and game review, coaches offices, and a players’ lounge. Arcadia has plans for two teams per game and the arena will be available to other various groups on campus, such as the Gaming Club. The school plans to join the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE). Find additional info at this website.