July 14, 2016

Nostalgic with Nintendo Mini! Overwatch new character and rules

Nostalgic with Nintendo Mini! Overwatch new character and rules

Overwatch makes some changes to their competitive mode.


Today's Episode

Nintendo is doing things right. First, it's popular Pokemon Go and now, Nintendo Mini. Yes, I want to play some classic games. This is great news. Even though we have to wait until November, this Christmas season is going to be awesome! Overwatch announced several changes. Two seems to be pretty good moves. Zenyatta needed a buff. He was easy to kill and this will help make him effective. D. VA is getting a buff too. This should help make her more of a tank. Before, it was easy to deal with her. The best news comes from the competitive scene. Blizzard is not letting teams pick all of a certain character. Only in competitive mode. So quick play those 76s, all day!

Anyways, on with the show!

Gaming News Pwned:

Evolve's free-to-play model has worked so far

Twitch streamers do impact game sales

Twitch and Steam clarify their TOS on skin gambling

Overwatch introduces a new character

Overwatch will have a one character limit in competitive play

WOW is making sure you don't feel abused

Fallout 4 has a bug even modders can't fix

XCOM 2 gets new mods from Long War Dev

Steam Summer Sale is a huge success

PewDiePie has an explanation for the FTC controversy

and more!

Question:

Are you going to get the Nintendo Classic Mini?

Gaming Deals:

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 33% off

SuperGaint Game Sale

Undertale

Dragon Age Origins GOG Sale

Deadspace

SimCity 3000

Tweetable Quotes:

Blizzard needs to define abusive. Why does everyone have thin skin?

I really was not liking another sniper in Overwatch. However, I'll try the character out.

Yes! Nintendo is bringing back the classics!

To say I am excited for No Man's Sky is an understatement. I want to boldly go!

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