The video above raises the ridiculous question of whether video game competitions are a sport. Of course they aren’t, despite all of the video game groupies, fans and televised competitions. It’s entertainment and competition that is taking the world by storm . . . but it’s not a sport.
Sony has promised its fans a brand new portable PlayStation. But the launch of such a product has been put off for now. The PSP was a huge hit, but was followed by a moderately successful PS Vita. The PS Vita 2 might not make it to the stores at all, due to the “unfriendly” climate on the gaming market dominated by smartphones.
Candy Crush Saga (“Candy Crush”) is an online Facebook video game. It was first released in 2012 and meanwhile it’s available as an app for almost all operating systems.
Here’s a classic video from gaming queen Tara Babcock as she explains how to get your girlfriend into gaming. It’s hilarious and useful as well, so check it out.
Still, keep in mind that if you’re obsessed with gaming and play all the time, it will hurt you with the ladies even if they like games! You have to pay attention to a girlfriend, so keep that in mind as well.
Spartan Wars: War of Empires is a strategy game that is played online with other players from around the world. Has background in Sparta, a region in ancient Greece known for its fighters. In this game you are a ruler of the city. You have to build your city, train troops, and fight with the other cities.
In the game, first of all you will be guided to build a City Hall serving as the center of your government. In building a city, you need resources. For natural resources, you need gold as a medium of exchange, wood stones as building materials, and foodstuffs. Each of natural resources requires a separate building to get it. You also need a lot of slaves that can be generated by building cottages. The maximum number of slaves you can have depends on how the developing City Hall is. Note also that in employing slave, you still have to spend some money.