Internet memes have become an integral part of the “online culture” that we all are a part of. It would be very rare of someone who hasn’t seen or is aware of Internet memes, the are everywhere! Our social feed is filled with these amusing and hard reality images and almost everyday we encounter an interesting meme that just sticks in our minds that makes us smile uncannily. Internet memes can be traced back to the good old internet times starting out from Reddit and 4Chan. They are the main reasons internet memes were born and where it went viral. These services bought out the trend of internet memes mocking at something and greeting our computer screens daily. And who doesn’t like a good meme? A meme is a form of quick, clever-witted, yet stays with facts and mocks at an event, action, individual or in short – Anything. Anything that comes in the path of them gets mocked and laughed upon. Now that you’ve had come across tons of them, it … [Read more...] about Top 5 Free Online Meme Generator Websites
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One of the memes I see repeated a lot when folks are waxing nostalgic about the old days of MMOs is this idea that reputation was something that mattered, that bound communities together, and that structures like LFG, namechanges, and shard-blending wrecked up those communities and made reputation meaningless. I agree to a point when it comes to themeparks and PvE, but I also recall that all it took was for the local toxic uberguild to decide to flip off a blacklist and jump your plane raid to render that intricate web of civility utterly meaningless. Where I think reputation mattered much more was in sandboxes, particularly the PvP kind. As I once found myself saying, “Part of that was there was no ‘endgame’ PvE construct that turned PvE players into competitive PvE jerks, but part of it was that the toxic PvP jerks were vulnerable to being ganked themselves. The toxic PvE players in [EverQuest] had nothing whatsoever to fear.” Of course, player-driven social … [Read more...] about The Daily Grind: How much does your reputation matter in a modern MMO?
I wouldn’t go calling Elder Scrolls Online’s Khajiit catgirls and catboys to their faces, but we’re sure to be tempted this summer when as announced this week the Elsweyr chapter/expansion launches and we get our first chance to dig into the full depths of the province. Bring your hype! Meanwhile, players rioted over Blizzard’s WoW esports plans, Astellia announced it’s coming westward, Breach hit early access, and Fallout 76’s bug parade continued. Read on to catch up with the very best of this week’s MMO news and opinions today as every Sunday in Massively Overpowered’s Week in Review! THIS WEEK’S TOP STORIES Elder Scrolls Online will launch Elsweyr and Necromancer in June, Wrathstone DLC in February - ZeniMax has just revealed that Elsweyr, homeland of the Khajiit, is indeed Elder Scrolls Online's next chapter. The devs kicked off their stream with a teaser and the cinematic (the… Tamriel Infinium: Examining … [Read more...] about MMO Week in Review: Elder Scrolls Online’s Elsweyr chapter heralds five months of cat memes
Over the last couple of months, there’s been a meme floating around the MMORPG subreddit. Someone will ask that the community recommend a game, and the responses will all look like “WoW/ESO/XIV/GW2” referring to the only four games that really matter according to the meme: World of Warcraft, Elder Scrolls Online, Final Fantasy XIV, and Guild Wars 2. I get why the sub would resort to this, given how many “what game should I play” threads they see every week. But I wonder if it doesn’t do the genre an injustice, since obviously there are far more games out there, and successful ones, at that. So for this week’s Overthinking, I’ve asked our staff to reflect on the “big four” meme. Do you agree those are the biggest MMOs, or the four MMOs most worthy of consideration, anyway, and which other MMOs should be on the list? Andy McAdams: The four games listed are the “safest” choices of the MMO world – they … [Read more...] about Massively Overthinking: Tackling the ‘big four MMOs’ meme
There’s no debating it. If you’re looking to grab the attention of your visitors, you need captivating visuals. Visuals instantly catch the eye, are shared more often, and enhance the overall impact of your post. Creating visuals may seem daunting if you don’t have a professional background in design. Luckily, we live in an age where there’s an app for everything: Pizza, taxis, and yes, visuals! This post covers, in detail, the best tools for creating visuals that people will love and share! This post is divided into the following seven categories: Screenshots Infographics Memes GIFs Charts and Graphs Image Resizers Images with Text Without further ado, let’s dive in… Category 1 – Screenshots 1. Screenpresso Screenpresso is dedicated to image and video screen capture. It’s fun to use and packed with features. – Capture a screenshot while scrolling down or horizontally across a window. This feature is great for capturing content … [Read more...] about 20 Tools for Creating Visuals for Your Blog and Social Media