In a previous blog I brought up how game devs use BETAs to play test their own games similarly to how we’re play testing our own dossiers. So how could I miss this opportunity to talk about Blizzards newest up and coming game “OVERWATCH”. Blizzard held its open BETA over the last weekend, and millions… Read More OVERWATCH!!!! A new E-Sport?
In the more recent years of gaming, updates have been a huge part of games, especially online and multi-player games, whether or not its new weapons, mechanics to the game or even just a bug fix within a game. Game devs have kind of come up with a sort of solution to early game fixes… Read More Alphas,BETAs and Playtesting
The HammerSDK (Source Developers Kit) is a free tool that you can download on steam and use to create Maps for any Source engine based game (CS:S, CS:GO, Garry’s Mod etc.). I will be using this tool to create my CS:GO Map, in the video below, You will see my progress working on the very… Read More Map Making in HammerSDK
So you get into a new game you just bought a week late after it was released and you can’t help but notice that you’re getting demolished on one side no matter what… And surely at the end of the game you’re a little salty, write ‘bg’, throw some hackusations around and pray that you… Read More Balance in Maps
Thats right another CS:GO post… soz fam but I just can’t help myself…. But its the Counter Strike: Global Offensive Majors and the biggest prize pool for CS to have ever been played so far. For 1 Million dollars, 16 of the best teams in the world have travelled to Columbus, Ohio to compete in… Read More MLG CS:GO; E-Sports rising
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the competitive FPS game played by hundreds of thousands of gamers, but let’s be real, if you’ve ever played the game how many times have you played de_dust2 even though you queued for de_cache or de_inferno aswell? Dust2 was “never originally supposed to happen” (Dave Johnston) let alone become one of the … Read More DUST II AGAIN?!?!?!