At the time of writing, Supernova (Bandai Namco‘s sci-fi MOBA/RTS) has gone to open beta for the last month or so, while creepy, Gothic horror game Deadbreed is still floundering in its grave. The last time I played, the one surefire way to get a match is to add people from the leaderboards to your friends list. Now, don’t get me wrong, Deadbreed is a great idea and all, but the lack of marketing and a number of inconsistent animations in the game (among other bugs) keeps Deadbreed’s community at a very small number of players.
Meanwhile, the latest update to Supernova saw the addition of a new pet-based Commander. I really want to get a new computer with a much better GPU in order to play more often. As far as bugs go, a personal one sees the map texture disappear when I play more than one game in the same sitting (therefore, as a precaution, I quit and relaunch the game after every match). Supernova, to me, is a great idea, and I wish more people could play the game, if they weren’t so attached to the Big Two (I mean League of Legends and Defense of the Ancients 2).
Slither on, guys.