What time is it? Cause I have no idea.
Sometime around last summer I picked up a free to play game called League of Legends. At the time all I could think was, “Well here’s another game for me to get bored of in about a week.”
Have you ever been wrong before? I don’t mean your average run-of-the-mill wrong. I’m talking about the kind of wrong you feel after sticking your finger in an electrical socket because your “friend” said it would be really awesome, even though you were pretty sure it would suck just as bad as the first time you did it?
Spoiler: It does
To keep it simple, I was very wrong. League of Legends grabbed me from the get go and refused to let me walk away. Even the tutorial can be overly engaging (For those of you who hate tutorials and “learning,” these are able to be skipped.)
In League of Legends you control a champion who fights along side AI controlled minions. The objective of the game is to guide your minions all the way to your opponents base and destroy their main power supply, known as a Nexus.
Simple, right? Nope. Remember you’re on the internet and that means there are thousands of other people out to make you cry. Fear not, for you do not need to face these threats alone. Each team is comprised of 5 players, (Unless you play on a map called “Twisted Treeline,” but screw that place.)