Mobile Gamer Try-hards
Hardcore mobile gamers have always been the laughing stock of the gaming community. Most of them believe that they are the best at the game, even though they themselves are using a controller for their freaking mobile phone. When you have to use a controller for a mobile game then you have a bit of a problem and just want to win that game because you think using that controller is going to give you an advantage. I have to tell you that that's not the case there, Johnny. You bragging to others in the in-game chat that you are using a controller so you're the best, but then you report me because I mopped the floor with you in a 1v1 sniper battle is just proving that you are the lowest of the low in the gaming community. aIf you seriously spend money on a controller for your mobile phone then you really need to rethink your life choices. Using a controller on a mobile phone is just like buying a keyboard to use on a laptop (Yes I know people do that all the time, but makes no sense to me). Mobile gaming for me is something I do when I'm bored and my daughter is playing Minecraft on my PC. I know there are mobile gaming tournaments, but those are for the "gamers" that can't compete with the console and pc pros. I know that will tick a bunch of people off, but oh well. If you can sit there and brag on in-game chats that you spend hundreds to thousands of dollars on in-app purchases then that proves that you are not a real gamer at all.
American Truck Simulator
If you are not into just driving a truck all day or night in a video game, than please this game is not for you. This game is you driving a truck with loads to different cities or states and that's it. No fancy little minigames where you go all GTA V on people (which sometimes I really want to do in this game.) This game has quite a bit of customization options for your own truck that you can eventually buy in the future. You can change the livery, the colors of the wheels, mirror sizes, etc. Now this game has been out for some time now, it was first released back in 2016.
Top Ten Survival Games (PC)
Today I'm going to write about the top ten survival games on PC that I think are the top ones. I know a bunch of other people would put Minecraft in this category, but it really isn't that hard of a game and really isn't considered a survival game in my opinion. I know a bunch of people will hate that I said, so sue me.
How cheaters are ruining Rust again.
Rust has been my favorite game for a very long time. All of the current Rust players were having a grand ole time just looting and raiding each other and even linking up to take on the oil rigs when we were bored. Most of the servers have gotten rid of the cheaters and forced them to either quit or make their own servers which no one really plays on. For years upon years we had a cheater free zone with the occasional cheater coming in, but quickly getting thrown out. We all thought that the cheaters just up and left this game to terrorize another game that doesn't care about its fans and abandoned the game early on. (I'm looking at you Reign of Kings).
Stay at home dads
If you do a simple google search and look for work from home jobs or homemaker jobs, you will get hundreds upon thousands of hits with titles that state stay at home mom jobs, jobs for the busy mom, etc etc. Why are those sites sexist against the stay at home fathers? Are they oblivious that men can be homemakers too or are they just flat out ignoring the homemaker fathers?
Why Rust is now getting toxic again.
Now you may think that this is me overreacting about a survival game that is known as a kill on sight type of mindset, but I will explain why this has gotten more and more toxic ever since the streamers started playing the game.
Do you know or are you a achievement hunter like myself? Do you feel accomplished when you complete a game fully and get every single achievement you can? Well this article is for you. I will tell you about my experience with achievement hunting and how it may or may not have lost some of my closest gaming friends in the process.
Rust was in early access in December 2013 and fully released in February 2018. Rust is a hardcore survival PC game that starts you out butt-naked (your choice of seeing the nudity or not) with only a rock and a torch. From that point forward, you have to survive by any means necessary. You not only have to survive the environment, but also the other players and npc players alike. This game does not have a "tutorial" per say, but they give you some basic quest like objectives to steer you in the right direction in your first time playing. They have Official, Community, and Modded servers to choose from, but if you are a trophy/achievement hunter you need to stay in the official or community servers to get the achievements.