“We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.”
— Jim Rohn
Cheers love, the cavalry is here!

Cheers love, the cavalry is here!

So taking a break from blogging about MKS and job hunt...

OVERWATCH!

For those who don't know, Overwatch is a first-person shooter that is played 6v6 on various maps created by Blizzard Entertainment. If you're familiar with Team Fortress 2, it's a very similar style. Heroes are divided into 4 categories: offense, defense, tank and support. The aspect of Overwatch that I love the most is that each hero has a very different feel and playstyle, making the gameplay very dynamic and unpredictable.

Although the game is casual friendly, there's a huge competitive aspect to Overwatch. You can swap heroes in between deaths to counter the depending other team's composition and if you're defending or attacking. There are a few game modes available: assault, escort, control, and a mix of assault/escort. In assault, the attacking team fights to capture a series of objectives, while the defending team attempts to hold them off until the time runs out. For escort, the attacking team pushes a payload to a delivery point, while the defending team tries to keep the payload from reaching it's destination before time elapses. And finally, in control, both teams fight to control an objective for a certain amount of time, the first team to win 2 rounds wins the game.

Overwatch is a one-time-purchase game avilable for PC, PS4 and XBONE going for

$39.99 for the regular edition

$59.99 for the Origin's edition

and about $129.99 for the collector's edition.

Check out the game at Blizzard's website!

 

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The beginning of a long road

The beginning of a long road