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Game Review: Sniper Elite v2 (PC)



   Title:Sniper Elite V2
   Developer(s): Rebellion Developments
   Publisher(s): Rebellion Developments,
      505 Games

   Engine: Asura
   Platform(s): Microsoft Windows, XBox 360,      Playstation 3
   Release Date(s): May 1, 2012
   Genre(s): Tactical Shooter
   Mode(s): Single-Player, Multiplayer
   Rating(s): BBFC - 15, ESRB - M
   Media/Distribution: DVD ROM,
      Digital Download



Sniper Elite v2 is a rather unique tactical shooter game with features that not many other games can boast about.  The main elements that this game has that are rare in more modern shooters are its somewhat realistic ballistics systems when sniping and an approach to stealth that is limited in most other games, making this game a must-play for lovers of games like the Metal Gear or Ghost Recon franchise.  However, this game has many issues in several areas of the game that hold it back from being an extraordinary game.  Read past the break for an in-depth look at the game and for the rating I’ve given it based on my personal experiences playing the game.

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League of Legends: In-Depth Guide on Freezing Lanes

Taken from IGN.com

Freezing lane is an advanced technique of manipulating minion waves to have them push harder against you.  It is possible to manipulate both enemy minions and allied minions in this fashion.  In addition to explaining how to freeze a lane, I will also give some practical insight on when and why you would want to freeze lane.  However, in order for us to understand how to freeze lane and actually apply it, we must first comprehend some minion mechanics that you might not have known about.

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A remake of my old logo that Daniel Lin made for me with help from Michael Wang on the design.  I like it better.

A remake of my old logo that Daniel Lin made for me with help from Michael Wang on the design.  I like it better.

League of Legends: A Possible Look at the Future of Junglers

 

In patch V1.0.0.130, the jungle was changed so that it would open up the jungle to a larger variety of champions.  At first, the change was seen as terrible since ganking was a waste of time and farming your jungle was the only way to keep up with solo lanes.  However, a hotfix was implemented on Saturday (December 3rd) which updated the jungle to be less punishing on junglers that gank (frequently).  So what does this mean in regards to the game as a whole?  In solo queue, a whole freaking lot.

Because the new jungle has been made easier (in conjunction with the new masteries) so that more champions can jungle, we may begin to see a shift from tanky junglers to more assassin/ranged disable style junglers.  Why?  Because of the new banking system (Banking System Explained), ganking is heavily encouraged.  And ganking we shall do.

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