The MMORPG R.O.H.A.N: Blood Feud, always has surprises for each holiday of the year; this month, the adventure game reveals the great Valentine’s season that starts on the 12th and will be active throughout February. As every year, the game implements the Valentine’s season during February, this time, players will find new missions, costumes and rewards; In addition, they will have enabled the “Lover set” to mix missions and emotions with the other players. For those who join the game, they can enjoy great adventures in the new dungeon that will be implemented before the end of February. As of February 12th, current and new players will be able to maximize their adventure with new updates and daily rewards. Stay informed about this and more news, through:http://rohan.playrohan.comhttps://www.facebook.com/rohanmmorpg/ 0 Share Share Tweet … [Read more...] about R.O.H.A.N: Blood Feud Is Getting Its A Valentine’s Event
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If you’re one of the lucky ones who were able to score a Closed Beta key for A.V.A Dog Tag, then you’ll be happy to know that the upcoming first-person shooter’s 2nd and final closed beta test is now in full swing. This round of testing introduces the new Dual Sight map along with a bunch of new features including the Shooting Range. “The second Closed Beta brings a lot of new features and improvements for players to dive into and test out: Via the brand new Shooting Range option players can choose their weapons and attachments to directly test recoil and handling, allowing them to try each weapon with different types of weapon mods before heading into a game. The game will also introduce custom channels providing the opportunity to create rooms to test and play with friends. Besides additional quality-of-life improvements, the new game version features a new map called Dual Sight, available for both the Demolition and Annihilation game modes.” Teams of 5 … [Read more...] about A.V.A Dog Tag 2nd Closed Beta Is Now Live
A.V.A. (Alliance of Valiant Arms) Dog Tag is proud to announce that their second Closed Beta begins today (January 18th, 2019). The new Dual Sight map (Available for both Demolition and Annihilation Modes) will be on display, as well as other new features, like the Shooting Range. The Shooting Range will let players choose their weapons and attachments to directly test them, and can try each weapon before heading into a match. These servers will be up until January 31st. They also announced the ESL Community Cup, which is starting on January 20th and is their first ever CBT ESL Cup. This tournament will feature 5v5 Demolition matches, and players must sign up in teams of five. The matches will be live streamed and additional goodies are being given away in form of Steam gift cards to the audience. The CBT ESL Community Cup starts January 20th and ends with the Finals on January 30th, with Steam Gift Cards worth 300$ as first prize. Players are encouraged to join … [Read more...] about A.V.A. Dog Tag Begins Second Closed Beta, Announces ESL Community Cup
Battlefield 5 is out of its honeymoon period since launch, and plenty of players have jumped in since the recent sale on Origin. If you’re completely new to Battlefield V and wondering which class suits you best? We’ve got you covered! For starters, for those new entirely to the franchise, here’s a little bit about the game. BFV is set in World War II, and offers large scale multiplayer modes featuring team-based matches. You’ll pick a class and be dropped into a squad of four including you, and depending on the game mode you’ll either capture and hold objectives, or destroy every last man and woman on the enemy team. Because majority of the multiplayer relies on squad matches, picking a class will be important to turn the tide of battle and suit your play style. Assault If you’re all about going in to battle all guns blazing with death and destruction, then Assault is your go to class. They are the experts of sowing chaos – perfect for … [Read more...] about Which Class Should You Play As On Battlefield V?
The news about Toys R Us closing is not shocking given the rapid slide over the last month or so… but still hits me fairly hard. The truth is I didn’t go to the store that often anymore because quite frankly it was inconvenient. I did however take the opportunity on a regular occasion to visit them while roaming around other towns. I’ve been to at least one Toys R Us in San Antonio for awhile while we were down there for Pax South, but in that case it was largely because it was beside a Container Store my wife wanted to go to. I think ultimately everyone stopped going to the store for their various reasons, and this is yet another step along the chain to the loss of brick and mortar retail as a whole. It does however make me nostalgic about the Toys R Us from my past. I found this image online, and decided to use it because more or less this represents the Toys R Us I remember from my childhood. The closest location for me was … [Read more...] about Toys R Us Kid