Dropping today, Blizzard’s Overwatch two year anniversary event is one that's bound to please Overwatch fans! As mentioned in the developer update, there will be new surprises as well as the ability to earn items from previous events, which is a huge opportunity for folks that may have missed some of them.
Having exploded into popularity since it’s release two years ago, it’s no surprise that Overwatch is teaming up with Hasbro to bring the heroes to life. After recently released Deadpool-themed Nerf weaponry, it's clear that Hasbro has not lost its pop culture street cred, and can cater to seeminly endless demographics.
Welcome to the first installment of the Ombra Weekly Wrap-Up (OWW): a list of our favorite articles we've read this week related to gaming, movies, and everything nerd culture. Scroll below for our picks!
Because of this, shooters have to ability to reach nearly any demographic of gamer, and can satisfy almost any range of gaming styles, from casual to intensely competitive. Despite the sustained success of shooters, it's starting to feel like they might be are losing touch with their roots.
Though I can be frustrated with it at times, Overwatch is probably my favorite game to play with a group of friends at this moment in time, and it has held this spot in my list of games for months now. But Crowd Control is looking to break the game.
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mysteryis the newly released free-to-play mobile game that allows players to attend Hogwarts in the house of their choosing, years before "The Boy Who Lived" attends the school. Despite the massive Harry Potter fanbase, the game has been under fire recently due to its unfair energy system and excessive micro-transactions.