Whether or not having a surrender option in a MOBA is a good thing is an open debate, largely because the two biggest games in the genre disagree. League of Legends lets you surrender after 20 minutes. Dota 2 has no such option. Heroes of the Storm has sided with team Dota, and that’s not good.
Ever wonder how many skulls there are in each part of the mines in that one Heroes of the Storm map? Reddit's MGTakedown just broke the answer down with a handy and simple illustration. Now go do the MOBA thing of memorizing all those numbers and then raging at your teammates for failing to do so. Tiny image included… »
Greg "IdrA" Fields, one of the most controversial players of the StarCraft II scene, might no longer play as a pro, but as you can see he's still around. He sat down with IGN and showed how to play properly with Tychus, one of the best DPS characters in Blizzard's upcoming MOBA, Heroes of the Storm. »
An alpha version of Blizzard's upcoming MOBA, Heroes of the Storm, launched a few days ago, giving everyone with access a chance to try the game out in early development. And while many of the playable heroes of the Blizzard universe have not been added yet, a great deal of cosmetic skins are already available. »
In the StarCraft community, making parody music videos has always been a big thing—just look at Husky's Nerd Alert or Temp0. Or New Zealand-based Viva La Dirt League — the closest thing to a StarCraft boy band we'll ever get (though, let's admit, they should be in a higher league) — whose latest video is a really… »