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  • Birthday 06/08/1988

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  1. A lot of players in the Overwatch League end up moving to the city of the team they're playing for. I don't necessarily mind the city based branding, but it does seem somewhat superfluous without home and away games. In traditional sports you get home ice or home field advantage, and to play in front of a crowd of your supporters. That doesn't really happen with esports, at least not yet. And then you get teams based in a city, when all of the players are not only not from that city, but not even from that country. Take the Shanghai Dragons of the OWL for example, a Chinese city with a roster of mostly Korean players. And again, this happens in traditional sports as well, but without the brick and mortar arenas.
  2. Not a bad change IMO, but wouldn't it have been simpler to just make the game end automatically once a team is mathematically beaten, rather than changing the score to win?
  3. Who was the person who decided this online tournament should start at 8PM?
  4. Agreed. CoD and Halo's advanced movement wasn't great because it was just forced into games that weren't designed for it. Titanfall was designed from the groud up with advanced movement in mind, and it shows. Titanfall 2 in particular was amazing, especially the campaign. For some reason though EA wanted to launch it in between Battlefield and Call of Duty, so it never really had a chance. I know it was on sale for like $6 on the Xbox store a while back, if anyone is even remotely interested in that game, i suggest picking it up. The campaign alone is well worth it. I appreciate them not including advanced movement in their BR, I don't think anyone would enjoy Apex nearly as much if they had, but I'd love a fully fledged Titfafall 3 at some point, with a release date that actually makes sense.
  5. CoD had paintball on Nuketown, we get laser tag on The Pit.
  6. This kind of thing seems to me like something that should have been done in conjunction with the release of Infinite. Either slightly ahead of it or slightly after. Announcing it now, when we don't have the foggiest clue when Infinite is coming just seems like really weird timing.
  7. I've been playing Halo on Xbox since 2001, I doubt that will change even if the scene moves to PC. It will be weird, but if that is what's best for Halo then I'm on board. I play a lot of Overwatch and some Fortnite, both of which have their competitive scene on PC, and there's not really that much of a disconnect.
  8. How old is he? The guy looks like he's in his mid 30's but never got past his edgy teenager phase.
  9. That's because Halo information has been dry as hell. H5 launched well over three years ago, and even just a release date or trailer for Infinite probably won't come until E3, which is still 5 months away. While the Grassroots program is fantastic, there's nothing new to really get people talking about Halo right now.

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