Editorial Games

Wild Rift: better than Mobile Legends?

Mobile games have been the rising stars for the past few years, and Riot made sure not to skip on the hype by providing one of the most awaited mobile games this year: League of Legends: Wild Rift.

Currently on open beta, more and more people are getting the chance to experience wild rift and the promise it provides. Of course, like any game, it’s encountered issues with the market, mainly the players of Mobile Legends. In earlier testing dates, the game has received flak from a Youtuber saying that it was complicated, and that people should just stick to ML. Although some people agreed, there was still a number of people who thought that his comments were unnecessary and was bringing down one game to uplift another. There are also many circumstances of gatekeeping from the PC LoL players, saying that MLBB players should just stay in ML since they won’t be any good.

Honestly, I think that both Wild Rift and Mobile Legends have their own unique points when it comes to tackling MOBA games, and both should be enjoyed and not hated on. Features may vary per game, but it’s just the evolution of developers finding more efficient ways for mobile players to enjoy the game.

All in all, I wouldn’t say that Wild Rift is better than ML. It could be, but what’s the point of pitting two games against each other when we could all just enjoy and get along. Gamers are gamers through and through – no matter what game they play.

Editorial Games

Why Among Us suddenly boomed.

The success of the Game Devs at Innersloth definitely didn’t arrive overnight.

Since it’s release in mobile and PC last June 2018, Among us has only gotten the recognition it deserves this year 2020. Why? The power of internet.

Social Media is a devastatingly amazing tool to create, promote and cancel. It only took one funny post for Among Us to trend worldwide, and I guess the success, in a way, did arrive overnight – just 2 years later. With the excitement it’s gotten over the past few months, the devs definitely didn’t waste any time in announcing that a sequel is coming, riling up more people with new strategies, roles and maps.

Being a multiplayer game in the current worldly situation became a stepping stone – as harsh as it may seem – for them to increase in popularity as majority of the world is cooped up in their homes without being able to interact with their friends; Among Us just also happened to be the perfect mix of subtle violence and sharp thinking.

We’re definitely expecting amazing things from the devs for the sequel, and we hope that this time, it won’t take 2 years for people to appreciate their hard work.