Tag Archives: Competitive Gaming

Battlerite: My Early Impressions

When I started getting into MOBAs like Heroes of the Storm, which I reviewed recently, I ran into mention of an older game called “Bloodline Champions“. Like in MOBAs, you had characters with a diverse set of abilities–but instead of … Continue reading

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What Andy’s Playing: Heroes of the Storm

I’ve played a number of different types of games, and the one that’s taking my time right now is Heroes of the Storm, a game that’s a bit odd in some ways but very satisfying in others. Where else can … Continue reading

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Game So As to Win: the Virtues of Competitive Gaming

Remember back when I wrote a post about competitive gaming and then followed it up by talking about why I love competition? Well, it’s time to finish the job. I’m here to tell you how competitive gaming can…be virtuous? Well, … Continue reading

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Game So As to Win: Why Competition is Awesome

Last week, I did a post about competitive gaming, as an introduction to the concept. Hopefully it helped give you some context for the future, because this time around I’m talking about some questions I left unaddressed last time around. … Continue reading

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Game So As to Win: What is Competitive Gaming?

A hulking man in an orange military uniform squares off against a blue-clad Chinese kung fu artist. A horde of undead marshals an army against a force of wood-elves. A band of five warriors (who all look completely different and … Continue reading

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