Just to add to how ridiculous this ad is, our protagonist is watching a Dota video in Windows Media Player.
While I was posting this, I had a moment where it set in that 2002 was 15 years ago.
Agreed on a lot of this. A ton of this is just two sides saying what the other said, a lot of passing the buck. The thing that sucks is it ends up being rough for the teams themselves, because they’re the ones losing out on potential matches in tournaments. You mention overbooking too, which is something that…
Ha, I was referencing him saying he wasn’t grinding as much on Injustice 2, playing MvCI instead.
That’s fine! Plenty have asked.
Yeah, I didn’t go into theorizing over his tweets out of respect to his family wanting to release details on their own time, but it was a very sudden development.
I’m sorry to hear you’re in a dark place. Please don’t be afraid to reach out for help if you feel you need it. There are a lot of resources alongside any friends or family who might lend an open ear.
True Sight is pretty great. I wasn’t as wild about the Boston Major episode, but the Fnatic/EG miniseries and the most recent one for TI7 were fantastic. Just this teaser sums up the feeling so well, the shift up and into the box.
Totally agreed with his take on it. Now the stage is set for Faker, humbled by a defeat, to climb back through the LCK and take back his throne.
Wow, thank you for the translation!
Not sure about the rank, but this does make him the first Josie to win a major tournament in Tekken 7.
I’m happy that Compete’s comment section is this dedicated to making my terrible Hearthstone ideas work. Y’all are the best.
I make that quip near the end, but above that, I note that it’s an investment of either time or money. It’s hard to regularly make time for one game amid many that want a slice of your daily life, which is why I liked Adventures - you paid a set amount of money, and you knew that you could get every card in the set.
I was assuming that whoever destroys it would get the treasure, but if it gives it to the player who put the box in play no matter what, then dang. There goes my next-level tech.
I went from League to Dota 2, though I had (very) mild experience with Dota 1. In general, League is a little more defined in its pacing—there’s a much clearer lane phase that shifts into a teamfighting phase and the lategame. Matches average out to be shorter, abilities have lower cooldowns and mana costs.
Departure I could understand (though I think most games can have both serious and silly).
Here’s the full interview with Jerad, courtesy of interviewer Jen, if y’all would like to see the whole thing.
The pump has that good tactile feedback, though.