I'm a 18 year old Danish male who enjoys gaming as well as the occasional banter that goes with it. Amongst other interests are also music, books and social studies.
Posted by Vapurr on Jun 14th, 2012
I'm back with yet another blog. (surprise)
Today, I'll be talking about:
League of Legends.
League of Legends consists of a friendly-player system. With every match your play through, you receive experience and IP. (Influence Points)
Your experience lets your level up until level 30, while influence points is a currency that lets you buy characters and utilities for the game. When you hit level 30, you gain the possibilty of playing ranked games. Ranked games is as they sound. You play matchmaking along with, and against, other players that have the same ranking (ELO) as you. Now, you should be able to figure out what ELO-hell is. It is, of course, when you lose enough ranking until you play with, and along, with players that are terrible teamplayers. *cough* Terrible players. If you hit ELO-hell, you'll have to move through all seven rings until you get out. Or find someone really good to help you carry your sorry butt. (Thank god for arranged teams.)
You've just read a LoL chapter, and while you read that/I wrote it, a youtube-channel is getting filled with a video of a F.E.A.R 2 playthrough. I don't have a intro, I haven't punished it very lot in Sony Vegas Pro. I don't really know how to yet, but I tend to find out. www.youtube.com/VapurrGames
You can watch the video on my channel when it's out. Please, do give me some tips if you know anything about Sony Vegas Pro. If you by any chance know anything about intros, and how to make them. I'll gladly give a shitload of shoutouts to you, if you can fix me one.
One of my favorite horrors of all times, is undoubtly amnesia. Awake...
Amnesia: The Dark Descent, a first person survival horror.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent puts you in the shoes of Daniel as he wakes up in a desolate castle, barely remembering anything about his past. Exploring the eerie pathways, you must also take part of Daniel's troubled memories. The horror does not only come from the outside, but from the inside as well. A disturbing odyssey into the dark corners of the human mind awaits.
By using a fully physically simulated world, cutting edge 3D graphics and a dynamic sound system, the game pulls no punches when trying to immerse you. Once the game starts, you will be in control from the beginning to the end. There are no cut-scenes or time-jumps, whatever happens will happen to you first hand.
I can't wait! I just saw the teaser for the sequel! Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. You should totally go watch it if you're into Amnesia. Suspense for the whole bundle!
That was all, Vapurr out.