Discussion in 'Video Games' started by piswak, May 14, 2019.
I had here dota, dota 2, LOL and Mobile Legends. What's yours?
It's an old game now, but I'm still a huge fan of RuneScape (particularly Old School RuneScape). There's so much to do. There are over a hundred quests in a vast, immersive world — you've got everywhere from your typical Medieval landscape to deserts to vampire and dark-creature filled swamps to snowy mountains — and the quests aren't all "kill x number of monsters" like it often is in World of Warcraft and other games. Some quests are cheeky, humorous, and the game is chock full of cultural references. It never takes itself seriously and it's always fun. I like finishing quests, but that's not all there is, either. You've got your skills. It's not all fighting and killing, it's not all about attack or strength or even ranged or magic. There's a whole variety of skills: farming, cooking, fishing, construction, and so much more. You can build your own house and people can visit, you can host parties. If you get bored of skilling or questing, you can always play the tons of mini-games that makes amazing use of the MMO aspect. There's so much spirit in it and it's absolutely my favorite online game.
Asphalt 8 Airborne it is a user friendly game where the features are not that complicated, also even as a beginner is you can play several missions already.
Online games,my favorite game would be DOTA 2,since it has a vast majority of online players,to date,and a lot of competition there in the online community for this game.And for other games I would like Fortnite,as my second best online game.
I'm a gamer who like strategy games,so for me its DOTA 2 all the way.For car games I would like NFS world as a online game,and for like adventure and real life games GTA 5.
Would have to be Counter-Strike : Global Offensive for me, I must have at least two thousand hours played on it! It just never gets old to me, each round is a perfect mix of skill and chaos, and the team aspect makes sure the game isn't solely up to a single player.
I really liked a MMORPG called "Dragon Nest", I played that a lot a while ago. I was quite far into it and had a lot of rare items but then quit for a while, when I came back to it I found out that the servers had been changed and my account had been wiped because I didn't go through a process to save it. That was my last time logging into it lol.
I really like Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, despite it's cancerous community it's aspect of fighting other humans who you do not know is such a fun concept. Also I really like it's difficulty.
My favorite online game would definitely be Destiny 2 for now, it supports both PS4 and Xbox controllers with native key button mapping and auto adjustments of icons according to the controller.
As of now I would have to say PUBG. You actually have to use strategy to take out opponents, and teamwork is the key. Especially communication. It’s like real life in a battle. The graphics are insane.
Favorite online game of all time is CSGO/PUBG.
Its great because of teamwork and playing with friends. And Communication is the key to win games. Csgo is a classic game that kids play in early of our years and it has been great because now its competitive and there are professional players are playing it and earning real money.
Counter strike is a first person shooting game its rules are try to win and kill enemy team with 2 mins its most effective is playing with your friends with microphones so that you know what to do where will you go and plan your strategies in playing each round.
Hi everyone. My favorite game is DOTA (Defense of the Acients - a game produced by Valve). I have stuck in this game for almost 8 years. Sometime, I look at all my screenshots I had in DOTA and realize that this game and I have so many many memories together.
The memories that flooded my mind are just warming my heart right now. I miss those days of staying up all night playing DOTA 2 with my best friend and my mom and my dad yelling at me to go to sleep. I miss those times where I and my friends going to the net cafe near our high school almost everyday to play this game. Almost everytime, I feel very very excited. Oohh.... Good old days.
8 passed years, DOTA has came with me through good and bad times. These memories can't be replaced. Thanks you, DOTA 2.
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