There are literally thousands of video games out there on the market right now. Video games come in various shapes and sizes, catering to audiences young and old. Video gaming is a large portion of the pop culture right now especially right after the year 2000 started. From what was a leisure time in the arcades, a digital form of hands-on amusement like pinballs and mini-golf, video games have quite made a huge evolution in the world of entertainment. Continue reading “Want to be a Top Twitch Streamer? Picking the Right Game is Vital”
“NEW META AP SHACO IS OP INSANE CRAZY BURST ONESHOT MADE WHOLE TEAM AFK”
That is one example of many video titles Rabia “Nightblue3” Yazbek puts out on his YouTube channel. That alone has him more than 2.5 million subscribers, launching out plentiful videos that half of the League of Legends community say are “clickbait cancer” while his fans eagerly wait for his new content.
His videos are mainly derived from Twitch, in which he has over 2.2 million followers with more than 200 million total channel views. He currently resides as the #10 in the Top 100 Twitch users based on Followers alone. He has been around in the live stream scene for 8 years and counting—in which throughout those 8 years were filled with League of Legends content, until just recently after his announcement of retiring from the game to focus on the ever-popular battle royale game, Fortnite. Continue reading “Who the Heck is Nightblue3? Here’s all You Could Want to Know”
Sodapoppin has been in the Twitch scene for a very long time now. In fact, he was one of the first Twitch streamers to be ever successful in the platform. Everyone dreams of playing video games, do IRL live vlogs and get paid for it, but for Sodapoppin, he’s living that dream.
What he took was not an easy road towards success. He had to battle against the barriers to gain his Sub as well as becoming one of the biggest online stars today. Continue reading “Who is this Incredible Twitch Character “Sodapoppin”?”
For the longest time even to this day, Summit1G is one of the most followed Twitch streamers and considered to be one of the most highly active members on the platform. Known previously for his Counter-Strike: Global Offensive gameplays as well as Pokemon Go and H1Z1, Summit was and still is a very flexible streamer that his fans cannot get enough of.
While he may not be a mainstay for any professional esports teams, he is widely considered to be an all-around skillful player whether it means doing flickshots with an Arctic rifle in CSGO, a run n’ gun assault rifle tactic in Fortnite, or consistently become the last survivor in a battle royale game, he really knows how to please his audience. In fact, some people say that he’s even better than a lot of the players in the professional scene. Continue reading “Who is Summit1G? Everything You Could Want to Know”
Ninja– nin·ja: a person skilled in ninjutsu; a person who excels in a particular skill or activity.
“the courses vary—you don’t have to be a computer ninja to apply”
Ninja. Such is the example of power on Twitch. If you haven’t heard by now, Ninja is the biggest live streamer on the platform for 2018 alone. Just like in the dictionary, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins vouches for his alias—unmatched gaming skills that made him who he is today. Continue reading “All You Need to Know About the Twitch Legend “Ninja””
“Non-stop total domination.” That is one of many from Dr DisRespect arsenal of epic quotes. You may have seen him, you may have heard of him, you may have even encountered him in one of the big battle royale games. Behold, Guy “Dr Disrespect” Beahm, a living legend in the live streaming and competitive gaming society. The Doc is one of the biggest stars on Twitch today, amounting to a total of more than 2.5 million followers and more than 80 million channel views. He is the self-proclaimed “Face of Twitch” who has won two consecutive titles for both Streamer of the Year and Trending Gamer of the Year 2017. He is mostly known for playing PUBG and Fortnite, but for the hardcore fans, they know he’s been in the battle royale scene since the days of H1Z1: King of the Kill. Continue reading “All You Ever Wanted to Know About Dr. DisRespect (Seriously)”
Hi-Rez Studios—the team that developed the 3rd person MOBA battle of the gods, Smite, and the unique class-based 1st person shooter, Paladins: Champions of the Realm, have finally released their own rendition of Battle Royale: Realm Royale.
The game was initially announced back in 2016 under the name Paladins Battlegrounds until PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds came into existence on March 2017. On the first quarter of 2018, Hi-Rez returned with the game after all the BR hype with a new title called Paladins: Realm Royale. Last April, the game was open through private servers via entering a special code.
The game was initially the same flavor of any BR game except this one includes playing your favorite Champion from Paladins such as Kinessa, Cassie, Viktor, and Fernando. However, because of the wide 4×4 map, certain champions like Pip and Bomb King had issues as they would always just get easily killed from afar by a sniper and flanking champs. Thus, Hi-Rez pulled out the game and had to revitalize it so no one would feel unfair.
As I have mentioned earlier, the game got its alpha servers online early this April. There was little to information about what is going on in the now-called Paladins: Realm Royale. Some YouTubers leaked details about the game such as everyone playing as the generic military dude and the ability to go horseback anytime in the open map. They said it also featured swords as their equivalent to Fortnite’s pickaxe and it had a unique crafting system. But that was it and nothing else. The servers went offline after 2 weeks of testing.
Now here we are with the existence of Realm Royale—removing the Paladins part so that the latter title will still be unique Hi-Rez’ newest battle royale game.
Surprisingly, it did not want to be identical to Paladins anymore—none of the champs, none of the same heroic perks and none of the themes at all. Seems like Hi-Rez really wants to put this game on the map.
On June 5th, Realm Royale was finally released on Steam as Early Access: https://store.steampowered.com/app/813820/Realm_Royale/
Here is a preview and behind-the-scenes look of how Hi-Rez managed to establish the game:
- If you’re into battle royale but just want something different, you might really want to try Realm Royale because it is just so unique. Here are some of the details that you might want to take a look:
- A class system that you can choose from before the game starts: Warrior, Engineer, Assassin, Hunter and Mage.
- Everyone starts off with a knife in hand.
- No parachutes. You directly dive in to the map. And no, this is not as horrible as it was in Radical Heights.
- 0 fall damage. As in whatever you do, you’re invulnerable from colliding to the floor from way up high. Sure, it sounds like the immersion of war isn’t there but come on, you can stack up giant wooden forts in an instant in Fortnite.
- Finding gear depends on your class. Say, for example, you’re a Hunter but you found an Engineer’s gear in a loot, you cannot equip that at all. This leaves everyone prone to more danger if they don’t find the appropriate gear.
- You don’t like what you got? You can just disintegrate them into shards. I’d say that’s much better than just picking up random stuff and leaving some.
- These shards are your essential material for crafting healing potions, shields, or custom weapons and armor at the Forge.
- The Forge—Realm Royale’s main bread and butter as this is the most important place for players to craft their exclusive items. It takes a minute to craft weapons and armor from Rare to Legendary and 30 seconds for Potions.
- If you feel like you’re just treading on the fields for too long, just press Z and you get a mount in no time. What say you, vehicles?
- If you get killed, you don’t get killed right away. Instead you become a funny-looking chicken while holding a white flag. When you become this, you can flee from your enemies for 30 seconds. If you manage to survive those 30 seconds, you can resurrect back into the fight with some partial health. No need for teammates to revive you. They just have to watch you cross the road.
- And finally, the most important of all, no microtransactions. Yes, you read that right, everything here is completely free while on Early Access. Payable cosmetics will only be available upon its full release. For that, I highly respect them.
Hi-Rez may be known to a majority as rip-offs from popular games of specific multiplayer genres however they’re more notable for making these genres to play and perform much better than the competition. If anything, Hi-Rez Studios is an unsung hero of video games.
They came, they saw, they conquered. E3 2018 could be the boldest and most ambitious E3 ever to date since E3 2011 and E3 2012. This year has one of the most numbers of sequels from high-profile IPs such as Halo: Infinite, Gears 5, Resident Evil 2, The Last of Us Part II, Rage 2, Dead or Alive 6, Soul Calibur 6, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
There are also upcoming potentially awesome games being looked forward by the community such as the anime-crossover fighting game Jump Force, CD Projekt Red’s newest open-world FPS Cyberpunk 2077, Sony’s newest exclusives Ghost of Tsushima and Spiderman, From Software (creator of Dark Souls and Bloodborne) with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and the immortal Hideo Kojima’s next masterpiece, Death Stranding.
There wasn’t anything new with the hardware on any platform—just games games games and we totally do not mind at all.
With so much new games about to be released later this year and the next, we’ll be counting down the personal best games that were presented in this year’s biggest event for gaming. We will judge them according to presentation, hype build-up and overall look of the game. Continue reading “FeedRoom’s Top 10 Best of E3 2018”