Pokémon Unite: Learn how to win

Go for the goal



Pokémon Unite

Pokémon Unite is the first Pokémon strategic team battle game. While it can be easily dismissed as just another MOBA, the game’s developers naturally think otherwise. The game’s mechanics are a little different from traditional MOBA.  New features bring amusing twists to the usual MOBA gameplay.

Despite this, the game should still be fairly easy to play. But for those who jumped in because it’s Pokémon and are a little unfamiliar with the MOBA genré, here are some tips on how to win.

Wild Pokémon and Points

Instead of minions and gold, Pokémon Unite’s map is filled with wild Pokémon, ones that you will have to face first in the arena. These wild Pokémon earn you points when defeated, and some Wild Pokémon can even give bigger points as well as effects and buffs to help your team. Each Pokémon in the team has a limited amount of points to carry, and defeating the enemy team’s Pokémons will also give you more points.

Be careful though because once your Pokémon is taken down, someof the points that you earned will be lost, meaning, you will have to defeat wild Pokémon or enemy Pokémon again to get them back.

Depositing points through goal zones to score

Earning points from defeating wild Pokémon and enemy Pokémon is just part of the condition to win a battle, you also have to deposit them to score. Placed along the map’s lanes are goal zones where you can secure the points that you’ve earned. Only when points are deposited in opponent’s goal zones does it count towards your overall team score and the team that scores most after the time limit wins the game.

Each goal zone will also have a counter or limit as to how many points you can secure with it before it gets destroyed. Destroying goal zones also expands your team’s control of the map, similar to how the tower structures are in typical MOBA games. 

Rotom, Drednaw and Zapdos 

Pokémon Unite

Together with the other wild Pokémon, Pokémon Unite’s jungle and beach areas are also home to even bigger, stronger wild Pokémons, Rotom, Drednaw and Zapdos.

Defeating these Wild Pokemons will earn you extra points and at the same time reward you and your team with buffs and can even aid your team when securing goals. These wild Pokémon will not be easy to take down though, and will require team effort so be sure to coordinate with your teammates and time your approach properly otherwise the enemy team can take advantage of the situation and steal these objectives for themselves.

Ready to take on the Pokémon Unite challenge? Download the game now on your Android device via Google Play Store or on your iOS device via the Apple App Store.


Kena: Bridge of Spirits isn’t for everybody

And, that’s fine




Kena: Bridge of Spirits is an action-adventure third-person video game. The game is developed and produced by Ember Lab. In the game, you play as Kena. She’s a young spirit guide who uses her magical abilities to help people pass on into the spirit world.

The game is stunning and deep dives into spiritual aspects like emotional entanglement with the physical word after passing away.

In case you don’t have a working pair of eyes

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is a gorgeous game. Stunning yet scuffed at times, this game is nothing short of eye-candy. The background details and character design is just *chef’s kiss*. But, big butt (Editor’s Note: Not sure if this is a typo but we’ve decided to keep it as is), by the way, this aesthetic might not be to some people’s liking. Hear me out: this game looks and feels like you’re playing through a Disney Pixar movie. And, honestly, that might not be for everyone.

On the scuffed end of things, you’ll find that some things glitch through objects and terrain. But, to that, I think it adds to its charm. The silliness is often welcome and strangely expected in the whole gaming sense. This isn’t the first scuffed game to come across a gamer’s life and it won’t be the last. I think each game has its improvements and patches to develop and incorporate and the glitches make the whole experience memorable and meme-able.

The crutch everyone won’t shut up about

This game is weirdly forgettable for people who’ve played a lot of third-person action adventures. Why? Well, this isn’t the first of its kind. Kena: Bridge of Spirits takes from many games before it and blends its inspirations together pretty nicely without overcomplicating its mechanics.

I would say though, that this can be what I personally found to be endearing with Kena. It unapologetically makes for a good entry-level action-adventure game for people who might not normally gravitate to games like it. With its beautiful visuals and memorable take on grievances, Kena pulls at sentimental heartstrings without the stupidly complicated skill building of most other action adventures out there.

Don’t hate the game

Nor, the player. The game is simple. That can be refreshing for some players or just boring to some. Which, I’ll say now, to each their own. Most games under the same category are far more convoluted and complex. So, if that’s something you like, this isn’t for you. And that’s totally fine.

Most of the game plays on collecting cute Rot along the way. And, on top of the usual skill building, most rewards you’ll find in hidden spots are either more Rot or hats for them. It doesn’t really require that much mental gymnastics to play this game. You can play to relax and just enjoy the journey. Which, for me, is great! Kena: Bridge of Spirits is the perfect game for when you want to play with family watching. I’m sure it’ll feel like a movie to them.

Is this your GAME Match?

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is a game worth trying no matter how familiar you are with video games in the same category. The barrier of entry is super friendly and simplistic so, you won’t need that much video game experience to immerse in the story. Plus, you can customize the game for when you want more of a challenge.

I do have to say though, that this game might fight to keep your interest at times but, it sure can lure you back in. As for me, I was happy to play this game. It was challenging at times and, it might not be the best one on my list. But, it gets honorary points for being simple, gorgeous, and family-friendly.

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Call of Duty announces a new anti-cheat system, Ricochet

Will this solve all the rampant cheating in game?



Picture this: you just finished up a good amount of work for the day and you just wanna play video games. Specifically, you boot up your PC or console and play some good ol’ fashioned Call of Duty: Warzone. All of a sudden, even playing this game isn’t enjoyable because of all the cheaters in your server. It’s not fun, but the developers of Call of Duty have a solution for that with their new anti-cheat system, Ricochet.

Basically, Ricochet will serve as the game’s way of tracking and investigating any and all kinds of cheating activity taking place on the server. Apart from this, the anti-cheat system allows for tighter account security especially when playing on your PC. With a dedicated PC kernel driver, the system will assist users in identifying cheaters and cheating software present in their systems.

In terms of rollout, Ricochet will be available on Call of Duty: Warzone later in the year. Meanwhile, the anti-cheat will make its way to Call of Duty: Vanguard at a much later date.

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Nintendo Switch OLED Unboxing and Review

Should you upgrade?



Michael Josh might have forgotten to pre-order the newest Nintendo Switch OLED, but that doesn’t stop him from lining up to the nearest Nintendo Store in New York.

After hours of waiting and shopping spree, he finally ordered not one, but two on the line!

Other than the classic red and blue Switch, there’s also a new white version available.

But should you upgrade? Or do you just need to keep your existing Nintendo Switch for now?

Head over to our Nintendo Switch OLED Unboxing and Review now!

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