vasiliy ryabov
expert
14 april 2016
comments: 145

CHOOSE YOUR HERO!

Even for someone like me, who spends less time than average outdoors, I appreciate the fact that I can move around the house with my device and use it or play while doing other things. I understand that for some people, this sucks, and it may be contrary to their understanding of what games are about. But that’s what I, and many other players on mobile appreciate about such games/

The way they integrate with our daily lives and become a habit that we can experience instantly whenever we have a few minutes of free time. You are free to join the other PC/Console hardcore players who vow never to touch mobile games because of timers, or because they can’t play for 2 hours straight. But if you do choose to make a mobile game, you can’t afford to ignore this very important fact about what we expect out of our mobile game experience. Still, the experience of that game has stuck with me. Most of my gaming since has been on phones and tablets

WHICH HERO IS FIRST?

vs
JOCKEY
10%

voted: 38 (your choice)

CHARGER
10%

voted: 38 (your choice)

Clunky controls aside, the thing I could barely believe when I first tried Vainglory was the duration of each match. I completely abandoned the game after my 4th/5th match, despite all the promise I was seeing in some of its innovative features, because I honestly had to leave the house after spending 27 whole minutes in a match.

If I had that much continuous free time every day, I would have stayed with League of Legends in the first place.

comments: 21

anatoly sokolov
14 APRIL 2016

I agree, tried out both Vainglory and Clash Royale, Vainglory menus were too elaborate to deal with on tablet, and as a mobile player I do not want to keep track of so many complex systems and menu.

vasiliy ryabov
expert
14 APRIL 2016

I agree, tried out both Vainglory and Clash Royale, Vainglory menus were too elaborate to deal with on tablet, and as a mobile player I do not want to keep track of so many complex systems and menu.

anatoly sokolov
vasiliy ryabov
14 APRIL 2016

I agree, tried out both Vainglory and Clash Royale, Vainglory menus were too elaborate to deal with on tablet, and as a mobile player I do not want to keep track of so many complex systems and menu.

anatoly sokolov
vasiliy ryabov
14 APRIL 2016

I agree, tried out both Vainglory and Clash Royale, Vainglory menus were too elaborate to deal with on tablet, and as a mobile player I do not want to keep track of so many complex systems and menu.

anatoly sokolov
14 APRIL 2016

I agree, tried out both Vainglory and Clash Royale, Vainglory menus were too elaborate to deal with on tablet, and as a mobile player I do not want to keep track of so many complex systems and menu.

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