League of Legends’ Clash mode has been an improbably long time coming, but the end is finally in sight. Following last month’s North American Clash test, the European counterpart is about to get underway. Team creation is now open, and the proper tournament begins this weekend – with some prizes for participation.
Day: September 30, 2019
When Capcom unveiled that they were seeking testers to try out a new Resident Evil video game title, there was a lot of speculation going on. There were two main contenders that most had assumed Capcom was developing which is Resident Evil 8, the next mainline installment, or it would be Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, a remake much in the same style as Resident Evil 2. What we got was Project Resistance, a new video game IP with a group of players having to battle against an opposing player that is setting traps and other creatures.
The whole MOBA genre has deep roots in Warcraft, since the original Defense of the Ancients – which would branch off to spawn both League of Legends and Dota 2 – was an immensely successful mod for Warcraft III. But the callbacks are much more specific than that. In fact, League champion Veigar has his roots in a bizarrely specific WoW guild.
When it comes to Bungie, the video game developer may be best known for its work on the Halo franchise and most recently its Destiny IP. Games as a service have been popular lately and with the likes of Destiny 2, the development team is busy with providing new expansions, updates, and tweaks to keep players coming back to enjoy the game for a long haul. However, that doesn’t mean that there is not a push to deliver a new IP down the road.
Players have had a fair bit of criticism for Gears 5’s progression and microtransactions since launch, and while it’s the most successful launch in series history, there’s still a great deal of concern over where it goes from here. Gears 5 has ditched loot boxes (as well as map packs) this time around, but the replacements have still left quite a bit to desire.
PDXCON 2019 begins on October 18, and we will see the next game from Paradox Development Studio there. The internal studio has been responsible for the grand strategy games Paradox is best known for, and this new title will follow suit – but it is not the title many fans have been asking for over the past few years.
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