experienced moderate success since its release last year. Need for Speed and the Nostalrius Gold new Plants vs. Zombies will both be available within the next 12 months. Specific platforms have yet to be announced, but PC, PS4, and Xbox One are almost guaranteed. Concrete release details, gameplay information, and more will be revealed at this year's E3 event, so stay tuned. Electronic Arts 'Mortal Kombat X' Players Complain About Spamming. If there's one thing that gamers do better than playing video games, it's complaining about video games online. The forum doesn't matter: if it's gaming related, there will always be one user who's genuinely upset, and ten more who are faking outrage for their own amusement. If it were possible to harness all the energy that angry gamers spend posting online, then the US would prbably be able

 

to break its dependence on neverwinter online gold  foreign oil.Recently, all that cyber furor  is directed at Mortal Kombat X players who “spam” attacks with one of the game's new characters, Jacqui Briggs. The daughter of fellow Mortal Kombat X fighter Jax Briggs, Jacqui has a move called the “Hand Cannon,” which is quick, powerful, and ridiculously easy to  execute. As a result, many gamers are unleashing the Hand Cannon's machine-gun fire over and over, leading to some pretty boring matches, and so-called cheap wins. As a result, there's a growing divide in the Mortal Kombat community: for some, Jacqui's Hand Cannon is no big deal. For others, it's ruining the game.For the uninitiated, “spamming” is what it's called when players use a specific move over and over again, and it's not new to fighting games. Whether it's Ryu's classic blue fireball in the

 

Street Fighter series, Fox McCloud's laser pistol in Smash Bros., or Stryker's Desert Eagle and grenade combo in Mortal Kombat, almost every fighting game is rife with easily spammed attacks.Of  to course, there are occasions where more inexperienced players misconstrue the frequent use of certain moves as “spamming”, when really their opponent is “zoning”, or keeping the enemy at a specific distance for strategic purposes. Spamming isn't unstoppable, either. Experienced players with a true mastery over their characters consider adversaries' reliance on Jacqui's “Hand Cannon”

the solution is simply learning how to https://www.mmogo.com/ counter these cheap moves. Incessantly hearing the same sound effects play over and over, and being constantly defeated by a singular tactic, can be infuriating, but those losses should spur players to get better, not complain. Yes, seeing the same action occur repeatedly in a game isn't the most entertaining thing to watch, especially as a spectator at a Mortal Kombat X eSports League match. But it's not cheating. If a move is effective, then there really should be no argument against it. Adapt, and move on.Besides, NetherRealm Studios gave its fans a varied and balanced roster, and there are tons of talented pro gamers sharing