In recent news, Rocket League has been rising in the world of eSports. However, there are several other independent games that have their own competitive communities around them and those scenes have also been on the rise. Here are four independent games (besides Rocket League) with competitive communities. Continue reading Indie Games With Competitive Scenes
Remember when I wrote ages ago that no one likes guild drama? I stand by that, because no one does like guild drama. But there’s a difference between not liking something and pretending that it shouldn’t exist, and running a guild as a “drama-free zone” is a bit like trying to run your local business as an oxygen-free zone. Whatever good reasons you might have for doing it, you’re going to wind up with everyone promptly leaving so they can breathe.
With high-octaned racers outfitted for one of the most popular international sports, Rocket League is changing the face of eSports.
Rocket League came out of nowhere. Effectively a sports game where you ram your car into giant soccer balls, Rocket League doesn’t seem to have the surface potential to become an eSport. While there are competitive communities in some sports games and some racing games, they pale in comparison to the eSports communities that gather year round to watch people play MOBA’s, for example. Continue reading Rocket League is Redefining eSports