Summary: I played this game since early Beta, and never stopped playing it. The biggest problem of the game is, that they need a bigger playerbase. The more players, the more accurate is the matchmaking.
Summary: A little bit of a learning curve, but if you enjoy 2v2 or 3v3 arena pvp and are not interested in a gear grind, then this is the game for you! I started playing this game when I decided I wasn't willing to gear up another character for World of Warcraft just to play arena pvp.
Summary: WASD-movement, surprisingly perfect for an arena game, 13 abilities at your disposal really adds depth to the game, all skillshots everything can be dodged if you practice enough, everything can hit if you're able to read your oponent and win the mindgames.
Summary: I've been playing this game on and off since beta. It is probably one of my all time favorites. To anyone reading this review, there is a short learning curve, but it most likely means you will get your butt kicked a lot in the beginning.
Summary: This is a fast paced arena style combat game and is quite fun if you give it a chance. There are four types of champions to play as, with 4+ champions available from each type (this number is increasing with updates).
Summary: This game is online competitive gaming at its finest. It greatly rewards skill - aim and dodging are severely important as well as on the spot strategy. Being able to adjust dynamically, knowing the ins and outs of the system, and probably most importantly teamwork are highly rewarded.
Summary: An excellent competitive game for casuals and hardcore players alike. It is easy to get into, but has far more depth than shown on the surface. It is fun, fast-paced and inclusive: with in-game tournaments, ranked ladders and end-of-season rewards, it keeps giving back to its players.
Summary: having invested about 20 days played time in this game now my attention is drawn towards providing an updated review. The game currently has a leveling system which you can spend point in traits, they provide either small number bonuses or small increases in mechanics, like less damage taken while...
Summary: BLC is probably best described as League of Legends meets Street Fighter 4. Balance is fantastic, every bloodline (hero/champ) is viable at all tiers of play, and good in the hands of a player who has learned to play it.