For many of us who were born in between mid-eighties and early-90s, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was one of the first games that truly blew our minds. From the combat, to the story, to the graphics, almost everyone who picked up the game got completely sucked in.
This week we’re looking at a game that not only changed gaming, but changed how players think about gaming, changed eSports tournaments, and changed how eSports teams were organized. Possibly the game with the most varied history so far, this week on Gimbl’s Games That Changed Changed Gaming: Dota!
Our followers have reached out to us asking how to become streamers themselves, so we’ve put together this equipment guide, and a few handy tips too!
Many praise it as the ULTIMATE JRPG, while others think the hype has been exaggerated. One thing is for sure, though, gaming was never the same again after SquareSoft’s Final Fantasy VII came out in 1997.
If you’ve been anywhere near the internet in the past 18 months, it’s more than likely that you’ve seen or heard the word “Fortnite.” From news outlets, to bloggers, to YouTubers, to your aunt in small-town, middle-of-nowhere’s Facebook statuses, the word has completely infiltrated society and it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere anytime soon.