By Mac "arsenalTV" Nelson
Everyone that is an avid reader of my AYN2K articles (looking at you mom) knows that I do not have a good relationship with 2k Sports of Take Two Interactive. However, not only are they intruding on my love for NBA games, they’re about to take the next step and take over an already established franchise. Formula 1 video games have been growing in popularity over the last few years and have really adjusted their focus to be a Sim like Formula game that everyone can immerse in and enjoy.
By Mac “arsenalTV” Nelson
2021 has gotten off to a great start for gaming and ESports. Although controversies have struck the streaming world due to malicious acts by streamers and content creators, the games themselves have been well developed and plentiful. One game in particular might already have Indie Game of the Year locked up. Click the read more button below to find out more about it!
Everyone is coming off the worst year in recent memory. Covid-19 has halted the world in its tracks for almost a full year now. Everything in 2020 was either canceled or postponed due to CDC protocols. Sports were almost non existent last year due to health guidelines. However, one sport grew in number and stayed well and alive while its participants were still in the safety of their homes: ESports. Though there was a lot of bad to come out of 2020, there is a new game that might be the next big thing.
By Mac Nelson
It's almost November! You know what that means? It's time for Call of Duty. The most prestigious and reputable arcade shooter franchise is coming back with their newest installment, Cold War. Fans are hyped to finally have zombies back after going 2 years without it. However, tragedy has struck the multiplayer fanbase when Treyarch confirmed that SBMM will be in effect in online matchmaking.
By Mac Nelson
If you’re in the know about the gaming community, then you know that NBA 2K is one of the most controversial franchises ever. You would think a standard basketball game that keeps evolving every year would have a good reception with fans, correct? Unfortunately, the answer is no.
By Mac Nelson
If you’re a fan of League of Legends or ESports in general, you know that the eastern hemisphere is home to the best teams and players when it comes to League of Legends. The likes of SK Telecom, Taipei Assassins, and other well known ESports Organizations have run rampant since season 1 worlds of League of Legends. However, is the west, or more specifically, Cloud 9.gg, looking to bring the worlds title to North America for the first time ever?
Author: Mac Nelson
All things Gaming, E-sports, and Content Creation from an expert in the field. Mac Nelson is the Director of Arsenal Gaming and now heads up the AYN2K Gaming department.