If you ask me, there’s a lot of potential within D.Va. Not yet realized by Blizzard, of course, but I definitely see her more than the kind of… Doritos-munching, Mountain Dew-chugging gremlin that the fandom portray her as.
You’ve seen her as one of my favorite Ice Masters in video games, and now I’ll get even more into details on what Mei really stood for me amongst the Overwatch cast. Behold, the… Chinese… Eskimo… person.
What I expected was a cookie cutter edgelord petty bland villain in the same vein of a certain green haired imp. What I got… was an actually pretty fun with some good depth in character and decent reasons in what he did in villainy. Reaper in a nutshell, folks.
Probably because I rarely go for Wild West stuffs, but it’s usually rare for me to see a well-done cowboy character. But McCree? He’s got a lot of good stuffs that kind of makes me feel like a cowboy. Except the Horse.
In deathmatches games like Unreal Tournament and Quake III Arena, I love Rocket Launchers. In games like this, it seems less powerful, but when you combine that with Pharah’s jetpack, it kinda makes it up.
Snipers are great when pulled off nicely. Widowmaker is no exception, but her gameplay felt a little more like ‘normal sniper, but more’. But good thing that she makes it up with a pretty engaging story and background.
No, you’ll not find any Harambe jokes here. It’s not that funny of a meme. But back on topic, Winston is definitely one of the better outlandish thing Overwatch offered.
Well this proves that I need to play healers more. Because somehow I like ‘eliminating’ enemies better. But thankfully, Zenyatta is chill and provides both.
(There’s going to be some NSFW stuff below, so beware!)
Once upon a time, I thought that I wouldn’t be able to appreciate the typical ‘get over here’ skill like Pudge or Blitzcrank. But I guess Streetpig showed otherwise. It helps that he’s surprisingly has good depth for a story character.
Aw yeah, it’s dat boi. The super cool, funky DJ dude who champions freedom and is there to fight against oppression, Lucio. But do I think like the rest about him? Well…