Hockey players practice almost their entire lives to reach the highest of levels—be it to America's National Hockey League (NHL), the Eurasian Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), Sweden's Elitserien (Swedish Elite League/SEL), Finland's SM-liiga, or any of the other various leagues out there. Most notable players started out when they were around four or five years old, and when coaches and managers draft them to an elite league, everyone watching expects huge things from them.
Browsing YouTube for gaming channels can be a bit of a pain sometimes. We can look up the next big livestream or long video (since many big gaming Youtube channels seem to be into that now), but what if we want something a little... shorter? Something quicker?
I'd thought about this once before—What kind of Pokémon team would I want if there was suddenly a zombie apocalypse?
I’ve been playing video games since I was a kid, back when I was filled with anxiety and had a hard time with multiplayer games. I still do have a hard time playing PUBG, even though I paid the full $30 to have it on my computer. I’ve thought about Overwatch, knowing its ranking systems and awesome story beyond team-based online gameplay could maybe fit my style a bit better. But I think it’s just the way I am—I prefer story-based games that I can enjoy at my own pace, without having to rely on others.
With the drop of Pokémon Masters on August 29th, it's been pretty hectic in the Pokémon fandom. Players have been excited to start building their teams and racing to be the best of the best—heck, it'd feel pretty great to beat both legends, Red and Cynthia, in the same tournament, don't you think?