The Innovations That Brought Us the Best Online Games for Girls

Best Online Games for Girls

Video games have come a long way since they first debuted, thanks to industry innovators constantly leveling up.“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulder of giants” a quote famously attributed to Isaac Newton rings true throughout the ever changing industry of online games. The things that inspire video game developers are many and varied, but no one can discount the impact that all the games we’ve played before has had on the development of the latest and loveliest games available.

For purveyors of groundbreaking online games for girls like Prinxy, this inspiration from decades of video games before has had a noticeable and highly enjoyable impact, creating some of the most unique and delightfully interactive online games that are played today. All thanks to the innovations of those before us, among us, and those yet to come.

Beginning to End: What Games Have Taught Us Overtime

At Home Gaming: 1970’s

Even though the things that we would immediately associate with video games began development in the early 1950’s, it wasn’t until the 1970’s that video games really  took hold. Pre-70’s most video games were PC based and largely only played by top scientists at prestigious universities like M.I.T., where the computers were largely controlled by punch cards. Once the 1970’s brought about the joystick controllers however, the game was changed forever.

Arcades brought video games to everyone who wasn’t lucky enough to own one of the expensive and wildly futuristic at-home console systems. The large, coin-operated behemoths with then nearly unheard of colorful, 8-bit, 2 dimensional graphics captured the mind of young and old alike.

Handheld Gaming: 1980’s

By the time the 80’s rolled around, arcades were a main staple of youthful memories for many. Spending hours begging coins off your parents, just go and drop them into the ever increasing variety of arcade game titles. Using the iconic Space Invaders as a guide, video games had a new paradigm. Limiting game time with the concept of “lives”, gaining points, and tracking high-scores became the norm, creating more goal oriented systems of play. From these humble beginnings a number of shooting style games began to flood arcades. PAC-Man and Donkey Kong  were wildly popular titles that utilized many of the game rules of the shooter games, but instead focused on a main character and began to develop the concept of backstories and use different in-game strategies like timing and maze navigation.

Towards the end of the 80’s at home consoles began to normalize and became more affordable. The era also ushered in the concept of handheld gaming, with the original Gameboy, playing off of Nintendo’s incredibly popular home console. Further in graining video games into our lives.

Console and PC Take Over: 1990’s

The accessibility of video game consoles, both at home and hand held, only continued to swell throughout the 1990’s. Marking a decade of extreme and radical innovation in the gaming industry. Arcade popularity began to decline as more and more consoles and handheld units were made available to the wider public. The 1990’s saw the transition into 3D graphics and the introduction to some of the biggest names in video game consoles today- like Playstation, Sega, and major PC titles like Doom, Duke Nukem, and Wolfenstein.

Toward the end of the 90’s, video games continued on an upward trajectory of permutation and novelty, with the invention of first person shooter (FPS) games, role playing (RPG) games, and turn-based strategy (TBS) games. All genres that are ever present in some of today’s best online games for girls.

Internet Gaming: 2000’s

The 00’s continued to build on the titles of the decades prior, coming out with remastered and improved functionality of the games that made such huge impressions on the gamer community. Computer and PC games became incredibly popular, specifically as internet connections brought hugely popular MMOs (Massively Multiplayer Online) and other internet based cooperative sensations to the table. The 2000’s also saw the emergence of one of the world’s most popular consoles to date: Microsoft’s Xbox. Using traditionally PC technology to push the functionality of the console further than most other consoles were capable of at that time.

Releases of titles like the Halo  series and Grand Theft Auto III changed the way the industry began to cater to gamers themselves, focusing more on open world game play and non-linear storylines. While console and PC gaming adoption soared across multiple platforms, handheld gaming was still a market largely cornered by Nintendo. Mobile phones began to dip their toes into the video game sphere with virtual pet programs and the classic Snake game, but it wasn’t until later that mobile gaming would begin to resemble what it is today.

Mobile Gaming: 2010’s and Now

Scrolling through the decades, it’s easy to see how contemporary gaming transformed into the wide, wonderful, multi-platform world that it is today. PC, console, and mobile phone games continue to pump out exciting titles and divergent controls and game premises. With innovation still on the rise as the industry begins exploring new niches and genres. Like creating better online games for girls, with strong female leads and a wider variety of age-appropriate storylines and character arcs. The development industry itself is changing too, with better across the board representation of females, minority groups, and LGBTQ+ communities finally making their way into the basic structure of video game creation.

New platforms are being explored, like virtual and augmented reality. Cross console titles have expanded into online gaming spheres.

Five Awesome Mobile Games You Should Try Out

The popularity, and processing power of smartphones gave rise to “mobile gaming”. It is a term pertaining to video games that can be played on mobile devices, particularly the smartphone. The idea of being able to play games as a means to pass the time while on-the-go without having to bring another bulky device garnered the attention of both the old, and new generation of gamers.

Soon after, a plethora of games became available on mobile devices. Millions of both free-to-play and pay-to-play applications are available on every respective mobile device’s store application. Of course, behind the millions of games available are diamonds in the rough, glistening gemstones that separate themselves from the rest. And if you’re wondering what they are, then here are five awesome mobile games you should definitely try out.

  1. Gacha Life

Gacha Life Mobile Games 

Gacha Life is a casual 2D single player offline game developed by Lunime Games that offers great character customization, and a wide array of selections. You can also create scenes using the game’s Studio mode, where you can pose your characters, and share it on social media. And if you’re feeling a bit adventurous, the game’s Life mode allows you to interact with other characters in-game. If you are into anime, and want a casual, slice-of-life offline game while you’re on the go, then you might want to take a look.

  1. Plants Vs. Zombies 2

Plants vs. Zombies 2

Plants vs. Zombies took the world by storm when it was released for the Windows PC, and MAC OS back in 2009. Developed by PopCap Games, it’s cute, cartoonish graphics, as well as its challenging, fast-paced gameplay earned the love of many players worldwide.

Now the popular tower defense game’s sequel is out on all Android and iOS devices as  free-to-play. You can now experience what made this game a hit, with additional features that you’ll only experience in the mobile device version, such as a completely new story, new “lawn” designs, and power-up consumables. If you’re a fan of the original PvZ game, then maybe you should try this out.

  1. Forge of Empires

Forge of Empires Mobile Games

If you’re into real-time strategy games, then you might want to feast your eyes on Forge of Empires. It’s a strategy game developed by InnoGames, and offers a unique take on RTS games. Forge of Empires allows you to grow your army, and empire throughout various timelines in human history, starting from the Stone Age.

The game is also an online RTS game, which means you get to test your strategic skills against other players in the game. Forge of Empires is a perfect game for players who love a good conquest, and a battle of wits. 

  1. Honkai Impact 3rd

Honkai Impact 3rd

 Fans of Japanese-style 3D action role-playing (RPG) games are in for a treat, as Honkai Impact 3rd combines all the elements of button-mashing action RPG, 3D graphics, and mobile gameplay. The game was developed by miHoYo, and it’s the third installment of the Honkaiseries.

Fans of the series may be able to familiarize themselves with the various characters available to play. Each of those characters has different abilities. The game is popular for combining multiple elements present in different gaming genres such as bullet hell, platforming, and dungeon crawling. If you’re into pure 3D action-packed RPG games, the likes of Devil May Cry, then you could give Honkai Impact 3rd a shot. The game is available on both Android, andiOS. 

  1. Mobile Legends

Mobile Legends 

Anyone who has been playing mobile games for a while has probably heard of Mobile Legends. Mobile legends is a free-to-play mobile multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game developed by Moonton. Your goal is to fight an opposing team of five heroes, with the goal of destroying their main base in order to win.

You can choose from a wide selection of heroes, all with unique skins, and abilities. In addition to its classic MOBA gameplay, there are other modes as well such as an Auto-Chess mode, and Survival mode. The game also offers an easy-to-learn interface on top of its fast-paced battle system. Mobile Legends have garnered over 100 million downloads on mobile store apps, and have been at the center of various Esports events. So you should definitely check this out.

There are still many mobile games out there in both the Google Play Store, and Apple App Store, and the library is only going to get bigger. As the quest for creating great mobile games still continues. But for those looking to see what’s awesome in the mobile gaming industry now, then maybe, you should try these games out.

 

 

About Author: Paolo is an avid gamer, particular to the action RPG genre. His favorite games are the Dark Souls franchise, Shin MegamiTensei series, Devil May Cry, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. He also manages a gaming FB page titled Pandasal’s Bamboo Forest.

DiRT 5 is a complete change in direction, and that’s a good thing

DiRT 5

Earlier today many games critics got their hands on DiRT 5 for the first time. Codemasters’ latest endeavor in its industry leading rally simulation franchise looks to make the series more arcade-like. This is likely to cover its bases better since DiRT Rally is already widely considered the go-to rally simulation.

As Eurogamer’s Martin Robinson puts it, DiRT 5 is more comparable to a “new Motorstorm game,” than any previous entry in the DiRT series. Although power-ups and abilities are nowhere to be seen, the feel and handling of cars is certainly more forgiving than in the past.

Why DiRT 5 changing shouldn’t bother you

DiRT 5 trophy truck

Truth be told, this change in direction shouldn’t overly bother you as a DiRT fan. From 2023 onward Codemasters will begin development of the official World Rally Championships games. Considering this, you can expect both the WRC and DiRT Rally games to focus on delivering a more realistic experience.

If anything, it’s just good game design to have the core DiRT titles more further in the direction of other arcade racers. Especially since the arcade racing sub-genre as a whole hasn’t been overly represented as of late. The days of Need For Speed and Burnout dominating the sales charts are long gone.

In this regard, DiRT 5 should be a welcome return to form and, hopefully, sometimes a little different from the norm. If its reveal trailer is anything to go by, fans should probably expect something akin to Codemasters’ GRID games. You know but, with dirt instead of tarmac.

Unfortunately, anyone eager to try out DiRT 5 will have to wait. These early previews were likely just a way for Codemasters to build up some hype. Regular fans won’t be able to play the upcoming DiRT game until October. As for platforms, it’s currently planned for PC, Stadia, and all major consoles bar the Switch.

Ten Of The Best Video Game Movies – Ever

Video Game Movies

The status of video games as high art has been growing in recent years. The incredible world of Skyrim comfortably rivals J.R.R. Tolkein’s Middle Earth in immersive magic and the emotional weight of The Last Of Us’s paternal narrative is equal to most big budget dramas on the big screen.

However, despite the confirmed aesthetic and emotional power of the latest blockbuster video games, movie-adaptations-of-games as an art form has never quite managed to establish itself. Where comic book adaptations may offer a recipe for blockbuster success, video games are, shall we say, a little more hit and miss. That being said, there’s something eternally charming about following our favourite cult game characters in movie form. Whether it’s the chilling horror of Silent Hill or the kitschy gambol of “Detective” Pikachu, what makes video game movies a success isn’t its box office haul or rating on Rotten Tomatoes, it’s the ability to entertain us again and again.

In this article, I have come up with the ten best video game movies. Let’s take a look at them now.

10) Street Fighter (1994)

Street Fighter Video Game MoviesVideo game movie madness continued in 1994 with the screen adaption of Street Fighter. Without a whole load of plot to develop, it’s clear Street Fighter’s production team had a whole load of fun bringing the game’s colourful characters to life. A hilarious and campy cast including Jean-Claude Van Damme, Raul Julia and Kylie Minogue help Street Fighter exist as a snapshot of the early ‘90s.

9) Super Mario Bros (1993)

Super Mario Bros movieBack to where it all began. When Super Mario Bros graced our screens back in 1993 it may have been the first attempt at adapting the video game and where better to begin than with Nintendo’s famous mushroom-hopping, pipe-jumping plumping duo. This weird and wonderful adventure comedy is entertaining from start to end, and with a fantastic turn as arch-villain Dennis Hopper as the cold-blooded President Koopa. 

8) Doom (2005)

Doom Video Game MoviesOn Doom’s release in 1993 it helped to define the First Person Shooter genre so the movie was bound to cause a stir. Doom’s 2005 action-horror adaptation is a gun-toting action-packed affair, with a nod to its origins with FPS perspective sections. Doomed as it may have been at the box office, its two ultra-charismatic male leads Karl Urban and the Rock as an evil supervillain make Doom an enjoyable rewatch. 

7) Silent Hill (2006)

Silent Hill movieCapturing the chilling misty atmosphere of its video game namesake was always going to be a big ask since Silent Hill the game has been lauded as one of the greatest of all time. In its big screen adaptation it manages to be a pretty decent horror film in its own right, which is all you can really ask for. With some truly scary adaptations of the game’s characters, Silent Hill is creepy and watchable, sure to please fans of the game and spooky enough to get you behind the sofa.

6) Resident Evil (2002)

Resident Evil Video Game MoviesThe first of the five Resident Evil movies and also the finest, Paul W.S. Anderson’s return to the genre (he directed Mortal Kombat in 1995) puts a little more attention on plotline in the dystopian world of Resident Evil. Milla Jovovich’s Alice takes a little over half the movie to discover her in-built martial arts prowess and combat the evil Umbrella Corp., but it’s worth the wait for the dramatic fight scenes that follow.

5)  Mortal Kombat (1995)

Mortal Kombat moviePure cheesy action makes Paul W.S. Anderson’s 1995 adaptation of Mortal Kombat a classic example of the video game turned movie. Like the button-mashing version of a movie, this unselfconscious ass-kicker takes the colourful characters of the game and squares them up for a battle to determine the fate of the world. Improved by its painfully comedic script, Mortal Kombat was a “flawless victory”.

4) Rampage (2018)

Rampage movieDwayne Johnson returns to fine video game form in Rampage, the larger-than-life adaptation of the ‘80s arcade game of the same name. One giant crocodile, one giant gorilla, one giant wolf and one giant man are the ingredients in this recipe for brainless action. This button-mashing madness that doesn’t take itself too seriously and that’s what we love in a video game movie.

3) Tomb Raider (2018)

Tomb Raider Video Game MoviesAll credit to Angela Jolie’s original on-screen Lara Croft, the 2018 reboot of the series managed that rare feat for a video game movie – to be an independently credible watch. A predictable plot line aside, Tomb Raider was a big-budget affair with massively enjoyable action sequences. Alicia Vikander received well-earned praise for her grittily real Lara, whose combination of vulnerability and strength brought surprising depth to character. 

2) Sonic The Hedgehog (2020)

Sonic The HedgehogSonic’s turn on the big screen is the most recent addition to the lofty genre of video game movies. A live action conception of this classic game gives us the brilliantly over the top supervillainy of Doctor Robotnik played by Jim Carrey, whilst James Marsden brings charisma and character to Sonic’s sheriff sidekick. Heartfelt and genuinely funny, Sonic is an action adventure film that’ll please kids and parents alike, as well as anyone with fond memories of playing the anthropomorphic blue hedgehog himself.

1) Detective Pikachu (2019)

Detective Pikachu movieSince 1998 a whole series of animated Pokémon movies have hit our screens without making too much of a splash – who knew all it would take to create one of the greatest video game movies of all time was a neo-noir adaptation and Ryan Reynolds’s wry take on the cuddliest Pokémon out there. With an all new plot line set in every 90’s kids favourite universe Detective Pikachu was a smash hit – bring on the sequel!

With contemporary offerings of Sonic, The Hedgehog and Detective Pikachu bringing some big-budget CGI and witty screenwriting to the video game movie, I’d say the future looks bright. Video games characters have established themselves such cult status that it’s often truly a delight to see the madcap characters taken to the big screen. These ten offerings are sure to amuse, delight and even occasionally thrill.

 

 

About author: Beatrix Potter is a writer at Personal Statement Help and is also involved in many business projects with small and start-up companies. She enjoys identifying and finding solutions for project problems, and her goal is to improve the effectiveness of our communication.

PlayStation 5 actually looks like a games console

PlayStation 5

Last night was Sony’s time to take the stage and reveal its brand new next-gen console. As part of IGN’s Summer of Gaming, Sony finally got to show what it’s bringing to challenge the Xbox Series X. I went into the announcement expecting another generic black box, but the PlayStation 5 surpassed all my expectations.

I can say with confidence that the PlayStation 5 is the most beautiful console I have seen in years. When compared to the long list of boring black boxes we’ve been presented over the last decade or so, it’s something special.

The PlayStation 5 looks both retro and modern

The PlayStation 5 looks both retro and modern

To me the PS5 looks like what you’d have found in 2010 if you searched “futuristic console,” on Google images. A lot of gamers have been losing it over the look of the console since it’s so outlandish compared to the Xbox Series X. Some negative, some positive. I’m firmly on the positive side.

It’s kind of funny to see these reactions considering such designs were once the norm. Just think back to the sixth generation of gaming. The Dreamcast had its wild screen integrated controller. The Gamecube had a handle on it to be carried around on the go. Even the Xbox had its outer shell shaped into a giant X, showing no shame of its in your face branding.

Video game consoles used to be designed with character and were easily recognizable from each other even amongst those not interested. Can you really say the same for the last couple of generations? The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 were particularly guilty.

Don’t even get me started on the PlayStation 4 Pro. That thing is the single worst designed console since the Nokia NGAGE. Dare I say even the Atari Lynx had more personality. They took an already bland designed and just added another layer to it like it was a wedding cake.

Microsoft became obsessed with normality

Microsoft became obsessed with normality

This brings me onto why I think the PlayStation 5 already has an edge over the Xbox Series X. I get it, the look of a console isn’t that important in the grand scheme of things. And I’m certainly not claiming that the PS5 looking nicer is going to make it sell better. But there’s a certain charm to the PS5 that Microsoft hasn’t managed to match.

Let’s be frank, the Xbox Series X looks like a small PC. That’s it. It’s a black, vertical cuboid with some ventilation and a disk tray. Meanwhile, the PlayStation 5 is a beautiful, white almost spaceship-like games console.

The PS5 gets me excited to boot it up and play games. The Xbox Series X makes me want to play my PC. And that’s not me trying to hate on Microsoft. I just feel they’ve missed out on the chance to give the Xbox franchise its character back. They played it safe whilst Sony took a risk. The result? Sony’s console is far more appealing at a visual level.

Regardless, only time will tell which console comes out on top. The Xbox Series X’s specifications look dominant as things stand but until we know its price tag and some more exclusives are announced, it’s hard to tell. What’s for sure is that if I had to pick a console right now, for the first time since 2003, I’m in Sony’s camp.

What Makes Anime Games So Popular Among The Masses

Anime Games

Anime games are Japan-based video games that are inspired by Manga. When it comes to experiencing the best anime games, one can expect some fantastic graphics, nail-biting fights, mind-boggling puzzles, and some emotionally shaking stories. Project QT is one such sexually charging game where the sexy team squad fights to sweep away a space virus that has entered their world.

A lot of them can keep you engaged for several months. There are multiple reasons for the popularity of anime games around the world. A few of these are listed below in this article. Read on.

Gripping action and fight sequences

Gripping action and fight sequencesA significant reason for the popularity of anime is its fluid, fast, and beautifully animated action. You eliminate the action from anime stories, and there is almost nothing left in them. Anime games allow you to have intriguing fights with gigantic robots, aliens, and other monsters. You can build massive castles and lose them in even more grand battles.

You can test your fighting skills in exciting online battles with your fellows. Also, you can choose to play individually or form teams with other players. The unique mechanics of these games help to keep different combats feeling fresh.

The stunning and deadly weapons can be used to reduce the enemies into heaps of flesh and blood. Sometimes you can even switch between different characters in between the combats to form a unique combo.

An excellent variety to choose from Anime Games

An excellent variety to choose from anime gamesThere is a fantastic variety of anime games with different genres to choose from. There can be themes as weighty as depression, suicide, grotesque, and insanity to as happening as love, romance, sex, and nature.

Some of them are based on Chinese mythology, and some are inspired by folk stories. Some empower you with ultra-detailed character customization tools, while some provide a range of different characters with different abilities. Sometimes you can get to explore a variety of landscapes like rivers, lakes, mountains, and forests whereas some can take you through ancient cities.

Interesting plots

Interesting plotsSeveral anime games’ plots are inspired by existing anime series and sometimes inspire anime series of their own. A lot of them are also inspired by anime’s most famous conventions. They give you an episodic feel that you would want to replay again and again to experience the events of the game.

The tone of these games can range anywhere between being grandiose or being thoughtful. Apart from various combating sequences, a lot of games also allow you to play other games like baseball or even run a nightclub. Not just battles, some games can help you to engage in social activities, working part-time jobs, and bond with friends. There are mini-games, dungeons, and public events for you to enjoy.

Stunning set-ups

Stunning set-ups from anime gamesAn anime game can take you through a 1928 version of the city of New York or the fictional version of other great cities or countries during the second world war. You get to have a trip through military camps during the world wars where you can employ troops and tanks around the enemy lines. The stunning two-dimensional battlefields with fantastic backdrops are sure to captivate you.

You can even enter the post-apocalyptic world where exploring the deep and dark labyrinths can make you encounter intimidating monsters. Some of them can also take you through traverse towns, cinematic cutscenes, and turn-based gameplay. With beautiful graphics, animations, and sometimes even hand-brushed backdrops, the anime games can give a more artsy feel to the player.

Captivating storytelling of Anime Games

Captivating storytellingThe anime game storytelling is as gripping as the fantastic plotlines. They are well-crafted and worth paying attention to. Most of the time, the protagonist of these games takes the viewers through the story. Anime stories are emotionally captivating tales of love, romance, lust, or revenge.

A lot of these stories are inspired by folk tales of Japan. The story gradually develops as you keep on clearing the playthroughs. There are side quests and puzzle-solving elements that reveal other parts of the story.

You can even enter into some puzzle-solving sequences to escape situations smartly-designed around the story plot.

Dynamic characters

Anime games Dynamic charactersAnime games can feature characters as grand as soldiers and superheroes or as normal as a joker. There are evil monsters and powerful heroines that you can take control of at any time. Sometimes you can even be a detective supposed to unravel murder mysteries.

A lot of these games allow you to customize your character’s height, skin color, gear, clothes, and hairstyle. You can also equip your warriors with techniques during the game.

All these characters are equipped with different skills that are suitable for different combat situations. Sometimes you can also come across games that have a variety of gameplay modes to keep your characters occupied while you interact with other members of the community.

League of Legends: How to Choose Your Perfect Main Champion

League of Legends

League of Legends is a team-oriented strategy game that has one goal…To bring down the enemy nexus!

It is a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) video game that captivates millions of people around the world fighting to be the very best at their champion. But how do you choose one?

Whether you’re in it to have a little ‘me’ time away from the world or you want to pursue a life long dream of being a professional League of Legends player, the most vital tool you have to know is choosing the perfect champion for you to main.

What Are Champions?

Champions are the most important element of the game.

They create diversity and complexity that makes League of Legends both fun and challenging. With over 10 years, Riot Games has transformed the game like no other. They’ve created over 148 champions for you to choose from.

Each champion possesses unique attributes and abilities that can turn the tide in any battle inside the Summoner’s Rift. From giant monsters to tiny yordles, League of Legends offers multiple characters you can choose to both love and hate.

The variety of champions you can pick out may be quite overwhelming to do. That is why we have made this guide to help you master and main a champion that will suit your personality and playstyle.

Determining Your Role

The first thing you have to know is what position you are going to take. Whether you want a marksman, juggernaut, or arcane mage; establishing a role will give you the idea of which area you want to take and master.

There are 5 roles to fill up when going into the Summoner’s Rift…

  1. Top laner

Top lane champions are the bare-knuckling fighters of the game. Their role is to be the bulldozer that wrecks enemies in the frontline whenever there are teamfights. They live to SMASH!.

If you love to be the player that looks down on his foes, then this position would be best for you. You can be a tank that soaks in damages in teamfights while your allies deal heavy amounts of damage to their team. You can also be a cunning bruiser that goes in and out of clashes and pinpoints their weaknesses or you can be a reckless warrior that has only one purpose…to kill!

One thing is certain, top laners are the ruthless solo players that live to charge. You can check a variety of champions to choose from right here.

  1. Jungler

Junglers are the king of roaming. They seek out potential overextended lanes and gank them. Your role is to give allies a lead to snowball on and take objectives to gain more pressure around the map.

If you are the type of player that wants to assist allies and strengthen their advantage in the lane, then this role is fun to try. The area of the jungler is so vast that it takes skills and understanding to roam while being in the right position at the right time.

Champions from this role can be damage dealers, long-range poke gods, or even tanks that add more crowd control to the team. You seek prey and hunt them one by one and deliver them to your allies.

With a good amount of vision, junglers can freely rule over hidden areas of the Summoner’s Rift and deliver heavy blows out of nowhere.

  1. Mid laner

Mid laners are the king of pride. You are the center of attention. You live to outplay your opponents in the lane and aid your allies whenever possible.

If you want to play complicated but rewarding champions, then this role is perfect for you!

The mid lane has a vast champion list to choose from. There are long-range poke mages,  skillful assassins that remove enemies in an instant, and tanks that can both soak damage and cast out heavy ability power. These champions have been utilized and driven by world-renowed players like SKT T1’s Faker, TSM’s Bjergsen, FPX’s Doinb, and many more…

  1. ADC

Attack Damage Carry or ADC for short are basically champions who love to go around teamfights and hit heavy auto attacks to the enemies. You live to hit, strike and dodge foes all day in the Summoner’s Rift.

If your goal as a League player is to be the person shredding through tanks and bruisers, then this position would be the best for you.

ADCs play with a support in the lane. You try to earn as much gold as possible and get your core items as fast as possible. This boosts your auto attacks which will benefit your team when fighting skirmishes around the map.

Enemies fear a fed ADC as a single hit can burst out almost 50-60% of their HP (maybe even 100%). That is why you are a valuable asset to play with.

  1. Support

Supports are being spoken as the League’s least role to play. But low ELO players do not know how important they are to the team.

If you are the type of player that goes into the game and delights in aiding allies and keeping them alive in every teamfight, then being a support is your position.

They are the soul of the team. They blend into the strengths of your composition and cover the weaknesses. Supports transform mediocre ADCs into amazing ones. The ability to keep them alive while they constantly damage the enemy team makes it a very respected role.

Don’t forget! Supports have to click over 5 active items in teamfights and also think about the skills that they need to cast in the scenario.

They are essential champions that can protect allies while setting up amazing crowd control abilities to hold enemies down.

Before choosing the perfect champion, these 5 positions should be kept in mind.

Since each champion is unique and amazing in their own way, it takes time and continuous practice to master their abilities that would benefit your team composition. 148 champions are available to play around and choose. It only takes the willingness of the player to learn and test the capabilities of each.

The choices are massive, but it can be so rewarding when you discover the right one to main. Live to learn and you’ll surely find the perfect champion for you!

Comment below on what’d like to learn more. Remember to rate it and share it if you’ve found it useful. Good luck on the rift!

 

         Multiplayer Online Battle Arena    SEE YOU AT THE TOP!

 

 

About Author: RTO – A North American Challenger Renekton player, streamer, and YouTuber who is committed to providing the best League of Legends educational content for free. I was placed in Silver 4 my first season so I know what it takes to improve from the bottom. I have ranked as the best Renekton player in the world and I want to help you excel as well.

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Top 5 FPS Games To Get You Hooked

FPS Games

When it comes to gaming, first-person shooter games have always been the favourite genre for gamers. Almost all FPS games are packed with action and gun battles. The craze for FPS games is high. It is because of this reason that developers these days are more focused on developing FPS based games.

In this post, we will discuss the top 5 FPS games that have won the hearts of millions of players all across the world. Some of these games can also be played on a cell phone, so you can get a cell phone game controller for easy tackling.

Top 5 FPS Games

Here is the list of 5 of the best FPS games of all time. If you are a hardcore gamer, chances are that you have already played a few of them.

  • Dusk

Dusk is one of the top-rated FPS games available. This is a classic FPS game that is inspired by Doom, Quake, and Hal-life. This is the perfect game for those who think that FPS games have lost their touch these days. The game has many levels to cross. With a horror-themed story, Dusk makes an interesting FPS game.

  • BioShock 

BioShockIf you haven’t heard of BioShock, then you should stop calling yourself a gamer. This is one of the biggest FPS games of all time. From excellent gaming features to graphics, this game has got everything on point. It was released in 2007 by Irrational Games. Although it is an old game, it still has its loyal fan base active.

  • Far Cry 4

Another hit FPS game you can try is Far Cry 4. It was first released in the year 2014 by Ubisoft Montreal. The first three series are good, but it has to be Far Cry 4 that takes the limelight. From riding elephant back to dangling from gyrocopters, the game is packed with all thrilling activities. For those who have played the game before can tell you how engaging it is. The game offers you a wide variety of guns to use in the game.

  • Doom Eternal

Doom EternalIf you are looking for the ultimate FPS game with all extreme pointers, then Doom Eternal could be the best choice for you. The latest version of the game is soon to be released this year in 2020. This is great news for fans as they will get to enjoy their favourite game once again. The previous version called Doom was launched in 2016. The game is all about gory kills and aggressive battles and survival. 

  • Half-Life 2

In the 5th position, we have Half-Life 2 which was released in 2004 by Valve. Although the game is a decade old, it is one of the best single-player games ever made. If you haven’t played this game yet, you should give it a try now. The game offers you compelling combats and thrill.

These are some of the best FPS games of all time. Try out these games and get hooked to your PC screen.

YouTube Gaming Clips: This Week On Episode 2 “Accessories”

This Week On

Dear vGamerz.com fans, welcome back to “This Week On”! The YouTube series that brings together the three best epic, funny, and fail clips from gamers around the internet! Whether it makes you laugh-out-loud or face-palm, there’s nothing better than watching a funny meme or amazing gameplay.

This week is all about Accessories! From knives in Modern Warfare to grappling guns in Apex Legends, this week’s clips are all about what tool you use to grab the victory or die trying.

Let’s break down the clips together and vote which one you think is best!

da’ haus

To start off this week, the 90’s are in “da’ haus” because we’re talking fanny packs…and if fanny packs are cool again, consider me Miles Davis. Our first clip is in Modern Warfare, which they should change to “Fashion Warfare” because our player’s fanny is strapped and packed so equatorially he’s like Clark Griswold at Walley World. Our packer-in-chief racks up 11 consecutive knife kills back-to-back. He’s got so many knives packed away, he could play for the Green Bay Packers. Consider him the PACKman Jones of Modern Warfare, however his momentum flames out quickly as he’s finally shot dead — but talk about going out in a blaze of glory.

Fortnight

Next up, our second clip is Fortnight. Our player’s got his opponent cornered behind the bannister of a stately blue Victorian home. He gets in a few shots through the window, when he decides his assault rifle is not enough firepower. Why not bring out the BIG guns? So out of his pack comes an RPG! With a quick reload, he’s confident in his assured victory over his prey when — BOOM — he’s killed by the explosive backlash of an unperturbed teapot lying casually on the table. Safe to say our Victorian window creeper is no longer in the finest of fettle. Time to pack-up and move back to the lobby!

Apex Legends

Our third and last clip is in Apex Legends. With loot inbound, our overconfident Pathfinder sends out his grappling hook like Batman escaping into the night. He’s sent flying at Mach 10 in an attempt to beat his teammates to the destination. As he’s careening towards his prize, he linedrives face first into the descending loot drop. SMACK! Game over! Should have thought that one through.

Check out the video and let’s hear your thoughts. New episodes are released every Thursday 11am PST (2pm EST).

 

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YouTube Gaming Clips: This Week On Episode 1 “Disrespect”

Gaming Clips

Dear vGamerz.com fans, we found a series of Youtube gaming clips that you may want to watch. This series is called “This Week On”! With all of us working from home, who doesn’t love passing the time by watching awesome gaming clips? Whether it makes you laugh-out-loud or face-palm, there’s nothing better than a great epic or funny clip.

Thankfully the YouTube series “This Week On” has done the hard work for us, and scoured the internet for some of the best epic, funny, and fail moments. This week’s theme is all about Disrespect. Will the hammer of gaming justice come down swift and heavy?

Let’s break down the clips together and vote which one you think is best!

First Clip – Apex Legends

To start off, our first clip is in Apex Legends. In that moment you’ve been shot down, the last thing you’d want to shake hands with a live explosive. Rather than finish his downed opponent the conventional way, our clip player throws a grenade into the air like he’s trying to land shoes on a 1980’s Brooklyn power line. Instead of hanging those Jordans for the whole hood to see, our amateur bombardier lands some ordinance directly on his opponent’s head. Grenade 1, head 0!

Second Clip – Fortnight

Our second clip is in Fortnight. We’re all familiar with rocket rides, but these guys take it to a whole new level with a DOUBLE rocket ride, using a bottle rocket to an RPG. While sailing away on a solo journey into space, our virtual vixen grabs the “Victory Royale” with an amazing sniper kill on the remaining enemy. Taking a sniper shot to the noggin is generally painful enough, but to be killed from a moving rocket? Too good. So unnecessary, yet so satisfying!

Third Clip – Fortnight

Our third clip is also in Fortnight. Our pumpkin-headed protagonist, aware of another player in a nearby shed, drops down a spike trap to remove the player-pest hiding within. In his immense confidence and with incredible timing, he dabs at the precise moment of the other player’s death. In that moment, our pumpkin-player gleefully rushes into the shed to look through his newfound weapons cache, when BOOM — he’s killed by a trap waiting for him on the ceiling. Fortnight? More like Foresight!

Check out the Youtube gaming clips and let’s hear your thoughts.

 

About Author: Corbin is a filmmaker and digital content producer committed to positively impacting those around him by helping them actualize their dreams. He has a huge passion for gaming and has been playing a variety of titles for over 25 years. Known as the “Human Swiss-Army-Knife” you’ll often find him working on a variety of projects from social media marketing to documentary filmmaking; Corbin is always looking for new ways to make an idea into reality.

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