I've been hearing a lot of people complain about how difficult it is to get in to Hearthstone. Blizzard does a good job of showing everyone the basics of the game but then throws them headfirst into the fray against people who have been playing for months or years. I know without a doubt I've played against people who are just starting that day. So how does one become competent? How does one begin the Noob Evolution of Hearthstone. Step 1) Unlock All Basic Cards- You're alre
One of the most frustrating things that can happen when playing Overwatch is to get matched up with people that just don't know how to be good, or even slightly functional teammates. It's a wonder why people like that even play competitive when they don't have the necessary skills required to be successful. These skills are all pretty basic; teamwork, co-ordination, and communication.
It shouldn't be difficult...considering these skills are important to have when participati
Drjikininki came out of no where to win the NA Qualifier tournament. If it's one thing I can say... it's that I can't wait until Reno Jackson is out of rotation. It feels like every match is nothing but counters. Where is the excitement? Where is the crazy? Where is the opportunity to bring a new deck? Hell... where is the jade?? Maybe we'll find it out in the Winter Championships in March? These were a collection of live-tweets of the tournament. #Hearthstone #Qualifiers #NA
We all have that one character (or, you know, most of the character roster) that we just hate to see on the enemy team and some are worse than others. Whether is't simply an annoying move-set or the E-tilt caused by unneeded buffs or unwanted nerfs, some heroes are just a pain to face off against; no matter who you play to combat them in return.
Here's the tip 10 worst Overwatch heroes, starting with the most "broken." Trust me though, this list doesn't get any less annoyin
A lot of changes are in the works right now with Hearthstone. There are finally some rumored nerfs to some of the most over-used cards in the game. So why exactly are they making these changes? What makes a card so good that it's broken? How do the pros take these cards to the next level? How do these cards help you join the Noob Evolution. 1. Drakonid Operative- First of all it’s a 5 drop for a 5 / 6 which is on curve. Additionally it essentially gives you a card draw, and
E-sports Hackers; the scum of the Earth. Hackers are the bane of every E-sports and casual player in the gaming world. Any individual that needs to cheat to be good at a game, discrediting the genuine skill of other players, need to either “get good” or get the fuck out. For those of you reading, I suggest you buckle up for one hell of a salty ride. Ready. Set . Aimbot. The value of an athlete in traditional sport is determined by their ability and natural skill in their resp
If you're gonna nerf, Blizzard, do it right. In the most recent Overwatch update, patch 1.7, players received some changes including the Year of the Rooster event and some hardcore nerfs to characters like D.va, Roadhog, and Ana. But hey, at least Sombra got some love. Needless to say, these changes did little to put a stopper in the steady stream of salt coming from Overwatch players at previous patches to the game. You could say that these players have become tilted, E-tilt