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Indian Heroes of PUBG | Ep 2: Mortal | Naman Mathur | First Interview


When they saw my name they did not come to Georgopol. People were like… “Oh Mortal has joined the game.” I would like to introduce myself as a PUBG Mobile gamer and a streamer as well as someone
who would want gaming to be at a level where it can, you know? influence someone… to play more and build it
as a career option. So we had consoles PlayStation 1, PlayStation 2… We had PC games like… Dangerous Dave Super Mario Bros. Contra GTA San Andreas Counter Strike was one of the… you know… most addictive games
at the that point. There was a game called
Mini Militia. I started playing it in 2015. I began YouTube through that particular game called
Mini Militia. My parents were like… “Turn it off!” “How long will you
keep playing video games?” Because we used to
continue playing overnight. We used to play through the day. We played games
inside the college… and outside as well. At home, it was a little strict. “What will you gain
out of it?” “Better focus on studies.” But I took it lightly… Because I was studying B.Com that is why I took it lightly. And I used to play more and focus on my YouTube a little more than usual. First of all because
of the nature Okay? You can communicate
with each other. There are 100 people dropping in… you have to survive
with your teammates. Your co-ordination, your strategies… You have to kill opponents
and loot them. I mean, this game had
everything. The trend can control anything. Streaming has been
controlled by the trend. If there was no trend
of PUBG Mobile… streaming wouldn’t have been
a thing. I wouldn’t have been there
if there was no PUBG. When PUBG Mobile was launched… it completely changed streaming. There are so many
new streamers now and they’re growing
at a very good rate. One of my videos went viral. Then I realised now is the time… I started with tips and tricks and those videos went viral. And I had videos around that which were showcasing
my PUBG skills. So that’s when I realised… that a lot of people are saying “Wow you’re such a good player.” BRIDGE CAMP! Oh man! OH MAN! These guys are excellent
stream snipers! There can’t be better
stream snipers than these guys.
MORTAL CLUTCH PLEASE. Mortal there’s one guy there! All dead! You killed everybody? Yes bro! Gather around! Okay so it was 7 of us
remaining in one house. Some were on the terrace… some were outside the house. I was the only one left
from my team. Now out of the 6 people… I did not know
how many were squads. Someone could be playing solo. Some could be duos
or three teammates I had no clue. Now at this moment… it is wise to stay
at a low profile. No matter how confident you are you shouldn’t take up a fight. Because they were doing
the same thing right? No one was making a move then I decided to take it
to the heal battle. Heal battle is where the
final zone closes in and you have to apply
your health kits. You have to spam on the
health button and when the zone closed in I started spamming… I was spamming
with my eyes closed. I did not realise
I had only 3 health packs. Right after the third one when I pressed the button I… If I had known that I did not have
another first aid kit I would’ve simply rushed him but but when I heard the
sound of the energy drink can I was like… oh what just happened? Next thing which
came to mind was RUN! And it was that millisecond had I not reached in time I was dead for sure. Now when I was
running to the terrace People ask me
“How did you know… …that he was
on your right side?” Here’s where sound
plays the most important role. When he injected himself I heard that sound. So I knew that he was
on the right side. I went upstairs
and straight to the right I opened blind fire
and he was dead. This was something
absolutely rare. It gave me goosebumps. I became of fan of myself. There were people talking about… Four finger control with help
you play more dynamically. When I joined the community I got to know that
this something new. So I started with
3-finger controls and I carried on
the same thing in PUBG. I never started PUBG
with 2 fingers. I had always played PUBG
using 3 fingers. And then I switched
to 4-finger controls and it works wonders. People have a lot
of problem with You have an iPad so it’s a lot easier for you. But it’s nothing like that. I use my Asus ROG and I use 4-finger controls
on the phone as well. The screen doesn’t make
a difference it’s all about practice. It’s all about giving time and adapting. Because it’s all mind games you’re switching from
2-fingers to 4-fingers So it helps you to
move and shoot it helps you to play
a little dynamically movement, jumping and all. Because you’re using
one finger to move around one finger to
look around one finger to shoot
and another to jump So… it’s everything at once. Why did he jump down? Impressive! Whoa! Oh my god! Deadly! My first superchat
to be honest was of Rs 40
as far as I remember It was claiming support “We have your back… …go for it!” When I reached 500k subscribers I got my highest superchat Rahul Srinivas… Oh my god. Guys we’re not going
to Georgopol today, wait! Thank you so much man! Rs 10,000 superchat. Oh man this is too much! I will surely die soon I can’t concentrate on my game. Yes it is
a new way to socialise you communicate with people
who you don’t know. You talk to them
and find out you live nearby each other. Maybe you might meet
over a coffee or something. If it’s for fun… there’s no problem. You can play on emulator
you can play on a mobile. There’s no point
cursing anyone… “Why are you
playing on emulator?” It is a legal software
Tencent has developed it. I don’t think that
there should be any controversy. Controversies do happen
no doubt There are people
supporting emulator people supporting mobile phone and then there are people
who understand that it doesn’t make
a difference. I’m in that category… which understands
it doesn’t really make a difference There’s also this thing “If you’re playing PUBG Mobile
on a PC… …why don’t you play PUBG PC?” So for that
there is only one reason the mechanism is
absolutely different. It’s only practice
which will make you better. It might take a PC player
a lot of time to adapt to the
mobile game mechanism. As far as I know if you’re a clean
emulator player and you play against
emulator players… it’s absolutely fine. PUBG Mobile has certainly
changed my life because… I was about to get into studies. But then… who knew that
streaming and all this… oh I feel so good. I’ve got so many messages
saying… they put up my stream
after coming back from office because it makes them feel
completely stress-free. Someone couldn’t do well
in their exams… He commented… “Thank you for
uploading this video.” And as a content creator
and a streamer I’ll have to make sure that that this goes on… I got sponsored by Omlet arcade my partnership with
Mr. 8bit_Thug I see them as opportunities and they’re a step towards building a career
in mobile gaming especially. And you know… I’ve this tremendous support
from everyone and… cheers! Thank you! (chuckles)

Indian Heroes of PUBG S2 | EP 01: RawKnee | Rony Dasgupta


Can I go around and do this? No! Please don’t put this
in the video. S**t! PRODUCER: This is
definitely going. Messed up right? (realization) The naughtiest child
you could ever have. My mom used to say
controlling me was… My mom was not able to
control me. I was such a menace. I cannot sit still. Even today, I am very… (demonstrates using hands) So I cannot sit still. Neither when I was a child
nor today. When I was a child I used to
jump around a lot. I don’t jump around
that much now. I would’ve broken
all your chairs otherwise. I don’t do THAT. I cannot sit still. What other past time
activites were there? We used to play
Hide and Seek… used to beat each other up. We used get those
toy mobile phones “Chal Chaiya Chaiya” song we used to be very happy
with those phones. It used to blow our mind
Dad got us a phone. “Chaiya Chaiya” is playing
amazing! Why is it mandatory
to study? When I was a kid… What was that
Pytho… PRODUCER: Goras. Pythogoras. Yes Pythogoras! Pythogoras? YEAH SURE! We’re worried about if
we can get AWM in PUBG Where will we use
Pythogoras? I tried to play football. But I was terrible at it. But I… believed that I was good at it. That was the best part. I used to hit
own goals. “It’s fun!” People are getting pissed off
they’re getting triggered… Somebody is slipping
and hitting the ground people are beating each other up “Why did he
hit the own goal?” I used to say
“It was a mistake.” “I was a mistake
I didn’t do it deliberately.” So it was that… Firstly, I wanted to
become an astronaut. Then I realised it’s
too big a dream… too big a dream. I don’t think I can
go to the Moon. Then I wanted to become
an automobile engineer. I wanted to make
Rolls Royce. I don’t know why
but it was my dream. Then I realised
this also cannot happen. Then I wanted to
become a CA. Of course I won’t be
able to do it. I’m not able to do
simple Math here how will I become
a chartered accountant? Then I tried to be
a VFX artist. But then… Actually I liked
I still like it But then YouTube
went well and… I just chose YouTube
over that. I think I am better as
an entertainer. Pro-gaming is something
I can never do. I have this habit of
having fun with everything. So if I even make it to any
professional tournament… I will just have fun there. So I think it doesn’t
make any sense. So for me… personally I would like to be an
entertainer and a streamer and I just like to have fun. And I want to promote… that the game is not… Recently I have seen that
everyone just wants to win. Nobody wants to play
for fun. And I really want to promote
that one should play for fun. I feel that’s more important… than winning. If you’re having fun
while playing the game… that’s it!
What else do you want? (Meme review intro) So today we’ll play… PUBG Mobile phone. Come out! How can someone be
this terrified? Peak a little, fight! Bro, I don’t have an AWM
it’s a KAR98K. Okay he’s peaking. I mean… I did not say you won’t die. I said I don’t have an AWM. I did not say you won’t die. You died, that’s a
completely different issue. What? Excuse me? Your boat ran out
of fuel? Come sit in my boat. Sit. Be comfortable. No problem. If you keep switching seats i will ditch you like
Rose ditched Jack. Tejas bro
thank you for Rs 40 Amazing! Computer: Mendak ka chehra. Mendhak ka chehra. I keep hearing this only. I mean, to hell with footsteps. I will die bro. What’s wrong with my eyes i think they’ve gotten weaker. Chat, my eyes have become weak I’m unable to locate enemies. How do you say it? I’ve forgotten my
goodest English. When somebody watches a streamer… they don’t watch the gameplay they watch the character. Everybody has their
own character. Everybody have their
own story. If you take any character and then it’s a story
from him. I think I am the only one
who runs around like this in the final circle. Headshot! There you are. Hello! Good night! Tata! Aw le le lele le le!!! He’s on the ground again?! Hit me. Run run run! You can do it! x2 Nice! So proud! But not so nice! Bye-bye! Winner Winner winner Winner winner chicken Winner winner chicken dinner! I don’t swear in my videos. But when you
play with friends some things slip out. So initially I was
a little worried about swearing on live stream
but then… Me and my friends have
so much control on ourselves within my friend circle
we have this rule that 11 PM which was the
time I started my live-stream when everybody used to come
together to play so it’s now hard-wired
in the minds that… post 11 PM nobody swears. The clock is set.
Nobody swears after 11 PM. Miracle! Everybody learnt the rule! Of course I enforced the rule I told them say
whatever you feel like anything at all.
It doesn’t matter. You cannot swear. The idea actually… Long ago, somebody
had to say my name and that person could not
pronounce my name. He could not pronounce
RONY. So I had to tell him
how to pronounce it. So how did I tell him? Raw Knee He goes, “Ohhh!” But people mispronounce it
till today. They call me Rock Nee! It has come to a
stage where that some people knowingly
call me Rock Nee. I think I can now be
called with both names. RawKnee, Rock Nee
everything is cool. So I was a big
Ellen fan. I still watch her show. And I really wanted to
run a talk show. I wanted to have a
cool talk show. I copied her format blatantly. Just like The Ellen Show
The RawKnee Show. Are you getting the picture? It’s 2015 and
I’m aiming so high. I am messaging Bhuvan Bam. “Bro I want your interview.” Are you getting it? Are you looking at
my dreams? “Bhuvan bro I want
your interview.” And I have 2 subscribers. Nothing happened. I embarrassed myself. I won’t say that Bhuvan
had an attitude at that time but of course,
he’s a busy man. Then I shifted into
making other videos. I tried comedy and more genres.
And changed my content. So I think India
is one of the biggest gaming markets in the
entire world right now. I have seen so many viewers. Dynamo touched 1 lakh live viewers. People are touching
1 lakh, 80k, 90k viewers and I think India in the gaming
scene has exploded. Too many people
are in the gaming scene now. I still cannot believe
that this is happening but this IS happening. Recently I found out that
there’s a 44 years old guy who’s streaming on YouTube. And that’s mindblowing! He says… He superchat me actually he said that
this is my passion. I like to stream and
I like to play games. When people like him
are coming on board as a YouTube streamer
as a content creator in gaming I think we’re gonna progress
big time as a country which is
leading gaming right now. So what happened is… when I got my silver play button
for The RawKnee Games I got it in August 2018. Around August or September. So I posted a story that
I received my silver play button I was happy. So Neon Man saw this and reported
“RawKnee Games got their silver play button.” Great! Then I uploaded the picture
one more time probably in December or January. And he reported again
“RawKnee Games got their
silver play button.” I’m like… How many times have I got it? And just like that I said
“Neon Man is a noob.” and… rest is history. He didn’t report that both
of my channels reached 800,000 subscribers Friendship over with Neon Man
Tech2 is my new best friend. But no he’s a nice guy
he’s a friend of mine. The RawKnee Show It’s my childhood. It’s my child. I mean both channels are. But the main channel
is my child. It doesn’t matter
because both are mine. Earlier I used to think
a lot about the future I’ve stopped
doing that now However things are
whatever is happening I let it happen now. Life is going
in the right direction. It’s the right direction. Sometimes we might think
we’re headed… in the wrong direction… We feel something is wrong but after some time you realise that you were crying for a bicycle but life was making a Mercedes
ready for you. It happened with me. I was aching for a
9-5 job… while life was preparing a career
on YouTube for me. And I had no idea.

The Tragedy of PUBG

August 31, 2019 | Articles, Blog | 100 Comments

The Tragedy of PUBG


Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds is probably
the biggest sleeper hit in video game history. The gaming community was slapped in the face
with a cold, hard, frying pan and awoke to find something incredible… An addicting,
fresh new take on Battle Royale gameplay! A genre that for all intents and purposes
was basically dead outside of Arma 2 & Minecraft, (if you would even put Minecraft in that category.)
With millions of sales, a full release and port to the Xbox, thousands of dedicated streamers
and millions of passionate fans engaging with this game that came out of NOWHERE! PUBG was
simply a dream come true for the developer, Bluehole!
The game’s success is something every indie developer fantasizes about. Being part of
a small team, working tirelessly to get something out there that brings you some modicum – some
notion of success in a heavily competitive and saturated market dominated by big whig
publishers. And being able to find a place amongst all the noise, the good, the bad,
the great, and the sh*t. What Indie Developer doesn’t want that? I mean, when has an unfinished
game ever won the “Best Multiplayer Game award?” Or been nominated for several other
categories at the Game Awards? Or gotten over 30 million sales? Or broken steam records
for most concurrent players? I don’t think an unfinished, alpha-access
indie game has ever done ANY of those things! It was clear early on that PUBG would be a
runaway hit, but it wasn’t clear where the game would settle down on the scale. That
was yet to be determined… But even people like me who weren’t huge
fans of the game or the Battle Royale genre, we were all sitting on the sidelines cheering
the PUBG Corporation on! “Go get em, tiger! Stick it to those fat
cigar-smoking cats and show em whose boss!” It was a time of excitement, new things, new
ideas and the potential to grow beyond their wildest dreams.
Little did any of us expect, that Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds would soon start on the path
to tragedy… Now, I can’t begin to truly understand game
development from the indie perspective and as a gaming community I think we’ve all
got mad respect for what PUBG accomplished. It’s like being an undrafted rookie who
signs with the 0-16 Browns in the offseason, and then leads the team to a perfect season
and wins the Superbowl. It’s-it’s just unreal! What they’ve done, is amazing.
And trust me, I understand that as a business you gotta make money, go out and get what
you’re worth. Reach for the stars and settle for nothing but you’re best. But there’s
so many things about this game and the conduct of it’s developers since it’s rise to
fame that raises so many red flags. And look, I get it, people don’t like hearing negative
things about the games they love or the people that make them, but it’s necessary. You
need to know which developers have converted to the Church of EA so you can be aware of
this sh*t. And one last thing, I’m not knocking the
game at it’s core. What I’m going to knock, is the conduct of the developers, what they’ve
done since they got that huge wave of sales, press and all that good stuff.
I will also say that some of this stuff has happened in the past and might not be as relevant
currently, but I feel like it’s important to discuss these things either way.
So first off, when something becomes super popular in such a short amount of time, naturally
other people and companies will want to mooch off that success and try to replicate it.
It’s no secret that Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode spawned because of PUBG. But what
this? Bluehole threatened legal action against Fortnite and it’s devs? They claim they’re
concerned “that Fortnite may be replicating the experience for which PUBG is known for.”
And they did this at a press conference! They-they publicly threatened legal action? Aren’t
you supposed to keep that sh*t behind closed doors and like, talk it out with lawyers?
So that the gaming community doesn’t hear about this and start questioning what your
motives are and what you’re doing? What were you trying to prove with this? I’ll
tell you what these actions say to me. It says Bluehole doesn’t want any competition,
and they want to smear Fortnite because it’s similar. Well, that’s pretty sh*tty and
unnecessary. And nobodies denying that Fortnite battle royale took heavy inspiration from
the game, but this is business. “It’s just good business…”
There’s going to be competition. And it’s not just a blatant ripoff, it’s got a completely
different art style, a completely different feel to it.
I mean, what if iD Software threatened legal action against 3D realms back in the 90’s
because “they were concerned that Duke Nukem 3D may be replicating the experience Doom
is known for?” This is such a pig-headed, asshole-ish thing
to say, you can pretty much use it trash anything that might be similar to something else. Let’s
try it out some more! “We are concerned that Star Wars may be
replicating the experiences for which Flash Gordon is known for.”
“We are concerned that Sonic the Hedgehog may be replicating the experiences for which
Mario is known for.” “We are concerned that Hitler may be replicating
the experiences for which World War 1 is known for.”
Can we please meme this statement? Like – like come up with your own examples and post them
in the comments. Back to the point, what would saying any of
this have accomplished? They’re basically saying, any Battle Royale game that isn’t
ours is sh*tty and unoriginal. It’s ripping us off and they owe us money. It just breeds
animosity and skepticism about the intentions of a company. Makes you look petty and that
you don’t understand how games inspire other games.
A Bluehole executive even said this, “now we’re starting to have concerns that they’re
going to develop new features or improve something in the engine to support that battle royale
gameplay, and then use it for their own game mode.”
Oh no! Another company is trying to improve their product that’s similar to yours, while
you’re busy making a half ass port to the Xbox, and implementing microtransactions in
an early access game you’re charging people $30 for?? We can’t have that can we!
You can clearly see how upset Bluehole was that other companies are making Battle Royale
games and taking a small fraction of that spotlight away from them. Brendan Greene,
Player Unknown himself said this, “I want this genre of games to grow,”
but later says “Someone else takes the idea, has a marketing budget, and suddenly has a
popular game because they ripped off someone else’s idea. I think it’s something the
industry needs to look into.” What the f*ck, dude?! You’re talking about
a genre… a-a GENRE! If you wanna use that logic, PUBG ripped off the idea of Battle
Royale from the movie… Battle Royale. This logic is so fundamentally broken at it’s
core. It’s like, oh PUBG has the idea of shooting people with guns. Well, there were
plenty of other games that had that idea so I guess the industry should look into the
ideas that PUBG ripped off. You know, Battle Royale, shooting people with guns because
you know, other games are getting rich off of those ideas and you know, those all belong
to PUBG and Bluehole! So stop whining, learn from the Fine Bros,
and accept the fact that you can’t hold a monopoly on ideas or a genre.
Now, if you were to gain massive critical and commercial success for an early access
game, earning you hundreds of millions of dollars in half a year, what would be your
next move? Maybe work on the horrible optimization? Increase the quality of graphics? Perhaps
hire a bunch of new hands to improve the code? PFFFFFT! Nah! Nah, what you’re supposed
to do is rush to make the most god awful port of a video game to the Xbox One in order to
meet Christmas sales and deadlines! Oh boy! It absolutely boggles the mind when you look
at this, THIS! You know you f*cked up when Crowbcat uploads a video. They released this
on the Xbox One as early access. Like, they sold this on a disc! Look, Steam is one thing.
That’s a haven for all sorts of games finished and unfinished, but when your next move is
to port the game to consoles, before it’s finished or even close to being ready, what
does that say? People expect finished, functional products
when they buy a console game. And this applies to Steam as well but I’m trying to point
out that Steam has a lot of these Indie, you know, unfinished, early-access games. Way
more than any console does. Now what does this decision say? Well it tells
me your priorities at that moment, were to cash in on the success of Player Unknown’s
Battlegrounds as rapidly and in as many ways as possible, instead of using the hundreds
of millions of dollars you’ve made to finish a goddamn early-access, indie game! While
these glitches and graphical atrocities may have been fixed in some degree, this is just
unacceptable! This looks worse, then just about any game on the original Xbox. People
are just walking through walls, it’s like no clip mode is on. What the hell is this,
Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing?? And you sold this for 30 bucks?!?
Not even the power of the Xbox One X can fix a game that’s not optimized properly. Look,
you made your money. Now it’s time to use that money to improve the quality of the experience.
And don’t you all think it’s a telling sign of priorities when a game like this usurps
Dota 2 as the most popular Steam game, and then somehow thinks it’s next move should
be the introduction of microtransactions? Apparently 720 million dollars isn’t enough
to develop a game and keep it running for a few years. And though the game STILL charges
people $30 it’s got to have microtransactions now?
Not just any microtransactions, randomized loot boxes! Are you f*cking serious?
So the excuse that they need money from loot boxes to pay for development or updates or
anything, can’t even be made! This – this is pure, selfish, greed. And there’s no
real arguing that. If this game hadn’t made 720 million dollars, even if they needed microtransactions
for further funding, why in f*cks name did they adopt the RNG loot box EA method of microtransactions?
Well, because it’s the least player friendly, and makes the most money.
But you might say, “Acting Mail Man! It’s not pay-to-win! You can’t get weapons and
whatnot. So it’s not as bad!” It’s not AS BAD…
Yeah. I-it’s not as bad as literally the WORST and most controversial, horrible microtransaction
system ever implemented in video games. Yeah, it’s not as bad as THAT! Okay, that isn’t
saying much at all. That’s like saying the pile of dog sh*t I just took a bite out of
didn’t taste as bad as the piss-covered dog sh*t I just took a bite out of.
Bluehole even promised they wouldn’t include cosmetic DLC or loot boxes, microtransactions,
until after early access, until the game was done. But they just couldn’t f*cking wait!
Gotta get all the golden eggs you can before you kill the goose. Before all those loot
box and gambling laws go through. They even said at one point that NONE of the
crates would be free. Yes, you would have to pay money to open ANY crates, to unlock
customization stuff, you have to pay money. So even the argument that, “oh you can just
unlock in the game,” That wasn’t even going to be a thing!
All cosmetics would be locked behind RNG. What a huge middle finger, to have microtransactions
in an early access game. “F*ck you! F*ck you! F*ck you! F*ck you!
F*ck you! F*ck you! F*ck you!” And this wasn’t some type of simple, earn
loot crates as you go, Overwatch-type system. No, they dived straight into the Activision,
EA territory of over complicated, shady as f*ck number manipulation.
“We are looking at an artificially inflated market in which some of these items can cost
an exorbitant amount. One glance at the Steam marketplace should tell you everything you
need to know. Which shows that currently, the game’s rarest items cost over $1,800.
Jesus f*ck! That is next level EA. I just can’t believe this sh*t happened to this
game! A game I was rooting for on the side. It’s funny, because the emphasis on unlocking
cosmetic gear in this game is so ironic because the game is so poorly optimized it’s going
to look like sh*t either way! There was a very detailed post on Reddit about
all the math and all that stuff and I’ll put a link in the description if you’re
curious. And again, some of these things have changed or might change in the future, but
it’s important to analyze these decisions. You know, it’s also a good sign when your
game follows in the footsteps of CS:GO, where players are buying cosmetics and selling them
for real world money. Cosmetics gotten from randomized loot crates… Yeah totally not
going into the unregulated gambling scene at all, are we? Oh what’s this? Top 10 Best
PUBG Gambling Sites. Betting and Gambling Sites List. This is CS:GO Lotto all over again…
I mean, might as well tap into the gambling stream of revenue since you need to milk this
game at every conceivable angle. Then there’s all this other sh*t like Microsoft
copying the PUBG themed Xbox design from a reddit post. The servers going down for the
biggest video game convention in Italy, resulting in players being unable to start the official
tournament. Yes, they were working to make PUBG an eSport before it was even finished.
An eSport should not have to contend with rampant, bugs, glitches, and broken parts
of the map. The game isn’t competitive at it’s core, so much of it is RNG.
Not only this, but for some reason when you top the charts of steam sales, you still need
more money to fund these competitions. Why? “Bluehole Entertainment introduced these
crates to fund the prize pool for a tournament it held at Gamescom. It’s an interesting
motivation, especially since – to the studios credit – it donated excess funds to charity.
Nonetheless, using a sleazy gambling-inspired blight of an economy to fund self-promoting
contests at your audience’s expense isn’t exactly a noble f*cking cause.”
It’s just like, there’s so many examples that just remind me of EA and Activision.
Milking your franchise, your game at every possible angle. Not working to improve the
overall quality as a first priority, but trying to squeeze as much money as possible from
this thing. It reminds me so much of EA and Activision and it’s a f*cking shame…
PUBG was supposed to be the poster child, the example that inspires every Indie company
and developer to shoot for the stars! It wasn’t supposed to convert to the Church Of EA like
this. Every turn they could’ve taken to earn respect and adoration from gamers, they
took the wrong turn. Every gamer that’s passionate about this hobby, wanted to see
PUBG do well, to shake up the system that’s become so repetitive and by the books, manufactured
GARBAGE! Yet, it’s done the complete opposite, it’s become part of the system! And I’m
not saying you should boycott this game, or do anything like that, take a shit on it.
Nah nah nah, I’m just expressing my disappointment at what the developers and Player Unknown’s
Battlegrounds has become. I’m no longer rooting for them to do well.
Despite the influx of 720 million dollars and more, Bluehole needs more. They need more
money for some reason. They need to have microtransactions that have certain items with a 0.01 percent
drop rate. They need to have a monopoly on the Battle Royale Genre, they need to threaten
legal action against other developers who do what they’re doing but better. They need
to port an even more broken, poorly optimizied, and dysfunctional version of the game to consoles
to cash in on Christmas sales. They just need MORE. What they have gotten is not enough.
Every single negative aspect surrounding PUBG, every controversy seems to have come as a
result of the insatiable desire for more. MORE MONEY! I’ve never seen a company or
game go so bad so quickly as PUBG and Bluehole Corporation. From humble beginnings to unrelenting
greed… That is the Tragedy of Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds.
But what do you think? Am I overreacting to all this stuff? Or is what I say pretty spot
on? Did you get into PUBG or Fortnite and which game do you prefer? And why? Leave your
thoughts and opinions in the comments below. That’s all I’ve got for today! This is
The Act Man signing out… PEACE!

WHY SINGLE PLAYER GAMES ARE BETTER THAN ONLINE MULTIPLAYERS


Online Multiplayers have made big waves
in the gaming industry the past few years. In particular the rise of games like Fortnite,
PubG and Apex Legends have changed the gaming landscape. To the types of games that are being developed,
to the media surrounding them. Like the huge surge of
Twitch streamers and YouTubers playing online games and getting
huge amounts of traction because of them. But I HATE THEM! Or at least I much prefer
single player games. Nowadays developers tend to be veering towards
making more online multiplayers over casual one player games. This could be due
to the high costs of development with AAA titles having a chance of costing
tens of millions of dollars to make. And there being a chance of it not being as
popular as they expected, or just not making that much in sales. I never got into
these games, I personally find single player a lot more fun. So here’s
three reasons why I’m sticking to single player games. First of all, hiding in a bush for half an hour just so you can get yun 30 second thrill
when you kill someone is so boring. I mean sure, at first you do geen around and
pick up armour, weapons and ammo, but then you’re pretty much just hiding
behind walls, trees and bushes waiting for somebody to come along so you can kill
them, or they’ll kill you. That’s just me though, and I personally
get more of a thrill from surviving Five Nights At Freddy’s without getting stuffed inside
a bear costume. Second off, loot boxes can be really addicting.
They grant players new outfits and gear to use in their games. The most notable example
of loot boxes is the loot box system included in Overwatch, which lead to
a lot of games in 2016 and 2017 including loot box mechanics in their games.
Gears of War 4, Forza Motorsport 7, and Middle-earth: Shadow of War to name a few. The massive
rise of loot boxes lead to criticisms towards them in later 2017, with critics linking
them to a form of gambling. In 2018, the Netherlands and Belgium declared
some loot boxes as forms of gambling. Leading to some publishers and developers
pulling loot box mechanics from their games. While we’re speakin’ about loot boxes,
why should I have to pay to win the game? A lot of these battle royale games have special
items or downloadable content that you can buy to perhaps give you an advantage over
those playing for free. Why should I hae to fork out a fortune to
win, or spend hours bettering my skills just to win a match? When I could
be haeing fun simulating battles with strange physics in Totally
Accurate Battle Simulator. The more developers focus on online
multiplayer means that there’ll be less AAA players being made.
So it’s my duty as a lover of single player games to support their development!
There are of course still a lot of indie games and AAA titles being made, like the recently
released A Plague Tale: Innocence, But the last few years, more gamers have drifted
towards playing online multiplayers, And more developers are starting to include
some form of multiplayer mode in their games, or just focused on making multiplayer games.
Hopefully massive failures like Fallout 76 and Anthem will show that it’s just as risky
to develop this kind of game too. If you hae a large network of friends
to play wi that’s fine but if you’re like me and you dunna like playing
games with friends and you prefer single player, it can be a bit frustrating if nae good single
player games have come out recently. If you ask me, the future of the gaming industry
is going to be a mix between online multiplayers and single player games.
Single player games have been around since the dawn of PC and console gaming with local
multiplayer following shortly behind it. While online multiplayers have really just
been around as long as the internet has. So despite the way the industry looks at the
moment, I’d say there’s plenty of room for all kinds of games in the years to come… but single players are still better than online multiplayers, GET OVER IT.

Top 5 2019 Free Cool iPhone Games You Should Play Right Now | Best | Free Games | Highly Addicted


We all need to unwind every now and then and what better way to do that than playing games There are some pretty amazing games out there and more are added every single day But looking for the coolest ones can be quite a problem Which is why I’ve done the grunt work for you Plus I’ve only included games that are highly addictive instead of ones that everyone must have already recommended to you I’m sure you’ve played Angry Birds. It was the quintessential game on every mobile ever now the developers of Angry Birds are back with battle Bay trading birds for actual ammo as a firepower and pigs for actual enemies to fire ad Apart from the movement of the ships, which is a bit slow. I really love the game The controls are easy to understand and aiming and firing is very well handled something. I really miss in shooting games on mobile devices Battle Bay will have you playing with friends and using every skill you can possibly muster to win the fight against the enemy field I Know it’s not spelled like it, but I’m sure this game is called revolver It’s a minimalist puzzle game that is very easy on the eyes and equally difficult on the head the game is all about Rotating some disks to get the colored dots in the exact position as shown in the pattern on the top Starting off with just two to three rings the game is very easy But once you move forward things get more interesting With patterns that will leave you scratching ahead and the puzzles just becoming increasingly difficult I’m not too good at it as you can surely see but it’s a great game Just one that I am not any good at oh well moving on A Buddha stars is awesome if I were to describe it in one word that would be it Awesome the game is a sci-fi shooter that mixes a story with the classic dodging fly adventure gameplay that we’ve come to love from games Like Sky Force however, it’s not the flying part that makes the game So good although that is the most challenging part of the game what makes me full of praise for full of stars is the amazing storyline it follows a story where every decision you take has a Consequence and lies the people in the game depend on your decision the game will put you in a lot of moral conundrums Let me warn you right now, but you love it It will make you cry, but you love it full of stars is an amazing game that you must try How often, do you find yourself in a situation Where you just want a game to distract you for some time? without you having to put in a lot of effort in it when non-stop Chuck Norris Is that game the game is full of witty lines about Chuck Norris and some really nice power-ups in non-stop Chuck Norris you don’t have to worry about moving Chuck Norris or making him attack all you need to worry about is upgrading his power up and Using them at the right time to get the most out of them the basic aim of non-stop Chuck Norris is to defeat robocat 9000 a robotic car that has 9,000 lines apparently? Sky dancer is Temple Run, but a lot more difficult and a lot more fun The infinite runner works in a 3d space we you’ll have to jump between different platforms Navigate your way between walls and obstacles and a lot more What makes this game so much different than Temple Run or sub the surface is that the platform’s are not all on the same plane? You’ll have to jump and control your direction while falling down Navigating through rocks and whatnot and tiny jumps perfectly to be able to land on the next platform The game does take some time getting the hang of but once you do. It’s really awesome and will keep you hooked for ours You