Author: Samuel Zeng

Samuel Zeng has been playing video games since 2012 with Team Fortress 2. Since then, he has branched out into many different genres. However, he still holds a special fondness for technical, fast-paced shooters and the surprisingly deep strategies within them.

With the introduction of the beta for Overwatch 2, it’s safe to say that the original meta is relatively settled. Even if there are more patches to balance the game, it’s unlikely that they will impact how the game is played or the importance of tanks to the Overwatch’s meta. With the majority of professional play shifting to Overwatch 2, there is also much less incentive to discover anything new. With all this in mind, the time seems ripe for a retrospective on the infamous role tanks have played in the progression of Overwatch. Can Playing Tanks be as Much…

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The sequel to Blizzard’s flashy and fast-paced Overwatch is finally here (kind of). Many have been eager to see how their favorite game and characters have changed. Roadhog, everyone’s favorite assassin, has quietly gone under the radar between the new hero and several key reworks. It’s easy to see why: while other tanks may have gotten massive ability changes, Roadhog’s only changes were a 100-point increase to his health pool and a commensurate 50-point boost to his healing ability. However, while he may not have changed much himself, the field around him has vastly changed and his place in it.…

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Valorant is, first and foremost, a team-based game. But when a jittery Jett is currently carrying the enemy team to a breezy 13-2 victory, it’s easy to forget that. On the other side, feeling your aim is somewhat “off” can completely demoralize you and your team. Having good aim is an undeniable part of the Valorant experience. We will show you how to get better aim in Valorant with a few quick tips to get your flicks snappy and tracking consistently. Make Sure You Have the Right Hardware to Improve Your Aim in Valorant Unfortunately, when trying to improve your…

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