I remember the very first time I logged into League of Legends. It was back in the game’s beta stage, a time when not every studio on the face of the earth was trying to make a MOBA. League of Legends wanted to reward players who pushed their game for them, ultimately resulting in the insane success Riot has achieved in just five years. Some of those reward promises were kept, while one still has to materialise.
League of Legends patch brings the undead juggernaut Riot Games are giving League of Legends a lore buff. So far, it seems to be working rather well for them. They are using this new overhaul as an excuse to add new champions, flesh out backstories, and fix any champions they are no longer happy with. Their latest focus is Sion, who has been reworked somewhat. He is now playable with the latest 4.18 patch.
Riot Games recently announced their desire to give League of Legends and its lore a good spit and polish. This will allow them to not only tell a more compelling tale, but also allow them to really flesh out heroes as well as incorporate new game modes. Their project appears to be well underway.
Riots Games have been a but slow in releasing new champions for their extremely popular MOBA, League of Legends. At least, they were earlier this year, with Gnar being unleashed just a few weeks ago. That holiday seems to be over, and already we’ve got our first look at probably the most broken new Champion I’ve ever seen.
I used to be that snotty Dota 2 player, the one who scoffed at any other MOBA, especially League of Legends. That all changed when I got over myself and tried the game out, and boy was I pleasantly surprised. It’s really quite popular, and Riot know they need to keep balancing things out and adding content to keep League players happy.
It's been a while since Riot teased a new champion for their extremely popular MOBA, League of Legends. Before I was bitten by the DOTA bug, I was a massive LoL player, and I remember champion releases being a rather frequent thing. Riot could be getting back into that, with another Teemo-like character.
There’s no denying the power of MOBAs. The genre has millions of players, who have invested hundreds if not thousands of hours into the game of their choosing. League of Legends has been around for quite some time now, and it’s popularity is unquestionable. Riot Games have put together a brand new CGI cinematic for the game, and it’s pretty damn awesome.
Online games are often a breeding ground for some of the most disgusting gamers out there. It’s something that is a real problem for games that force you to be co-operative with strangers, and usually a studio will take a strong stance against toxic behaviour. Riot Games, developers of League of Legends, seem to have had enough.
Free to play games aren’t always necessarily free, at least not with all the money that gets (optionally) spent on in-game items. With millions of League of Legends players all around the world, Riot Games were home to an incredibly large amount of sensitive information and such. Somebody found a way in, and used what they found to make quite a bit of money.
Firefly or Babylon 5? Superman or Batman? Star Wars or Star Trek? There are so many geek debates that we could enter into, but the latest and most ferocious is League of Legends (LoL) or Dota 2? Both are wildly popular games in the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) genre - so what sets them apart?
It's that time again - time for LoL to show off a new champion for those who are always hungry for new ways to dominate. I am seriously enjoying Riot's videos lately, and this one is far too adorable.
I really enjoy playing against bots in League of Legends - Co-op vs AI can be a really fun mode. It seems I'm not the only one who feels this way; even experienced players frequently play against bots. Now, Riot is tinkering with the bots to meet player demands.
I missed April Fools' this year - I was enduring the marathon journey back to South Africa from LA. It seems everyone had fun, and Riot's prank is hilarious and awesome. In fact, it's so popular that it may just become a new game mode.
Coming just weeks after Uncharted’s creative lead, Amy Hennig, confirmed her departure from Naughty Dog, comes word that the latest game in the series is now without a game director. Justin Richmond, who was working on the latest, PlayStation 4 bound Uncharted as its game director, has confirmed he’s left developer Naughty Dog.
Traditional sports are plagued by all kinds of controversies - doping, personal player scandals and match fixing cause outrage, but are expected. It appears that eSports is reaching that point, too, as a match fixing scandal was revealed at the highest levels of play. Unfortunately, it also led a player to try to take his own life.