Overwatch released on May 24, 2016 to almost perfect scores, being praised as one of the most fun and versatile shooters to date. On release, there were 21 heroes, 12 maps, three modes, and a competitive season was on the way. Since then we've seen countless updates to the game, tweaking and adding loads of content; we're not going to see it stop any time soon.
In 2014 at Blizzcon, Blizzard finally felt Overwatch was ready to be shown off to the public. At this point the game had a fair few heroes and was in a perfectly playable state - with the universe and setting nailed down too.
Overwatch has taken both the Esports and wider gaming world by storm since its release last May, quickly becoming amongst the most popular games available right now. Taking a look back at Blizzard's incredibly fun fast-paced shooter, all the way back to its conception, shows an interesting ride, and also gives a little of an … Continue reading Overwatch History: the Fall of Titan
Last week, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to play the Nintendo Switch early in Birmingham. There were a nice selection of games on offer, from Zelda (which was stellar, by the way), to Mario Kart, to the upcoming Splatoon 2. The game won't be a launch title for the Switch, instead coming … Continue reading Does Splatoon 2 have Esports potential?