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I love my G600. Got it when it first came out in the UK and I've never contemplated replacing it. It's great for MMOs, but I used it for everything.
When I went from a Razer Naga to a G600 I never looked back. It's simply better in every way, from hardware to software.
Soon after I replaced my Razer Blackwidow Ultimate keyboard with a Logitech G710+. Again, another fantastic purchase.
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Hey, its me, ur brother.
no it's not
Na actually, it's a misspelling that I thought originated from Heroes of Newerth slang.
...*sniff*... *sniff*... so happy someone remembers HoN...*sniff*...
Good - that would be a wise thing to do. It's still funny nonetheless.
But what am I supposed to believe in now?
I watched him drown that man - it was accompanied by maniacal laughter the entire time. Don't believe his lies.
Conceding does have its merits when you're in a competition environment. Back when I played Magic the Gathering, you conceded (scooped your cards) when you knew defeat was imminent. The primary reason for doing it isn't to save time, or to "rage quit" (you usually shake hands or say "well played" before doing so), but it's to deprive your opponent of information.
In a card game, knowledge if power. If I'm running a deck that has a super secret powerful combo, I'm not going to throw it out there just to let my opponent know that things might of been different if RNG was kinder to me. I don't want him to know that I have it - in fact I don't want him to know at all what I'm running in my decks. This is more important for multiple match series (like finals), where you're going against the same opponent twice.
Saying that, I can see how it can be lackluster for the spectators, but it really is approached more of a tactic than having a paddy because things didn't go your way. But if I'm staring down a Hunter at 2 HP, and I have nothing in my cards to either kill him or heal, I'm not going to spill my cards out for him to see, only for him to push his hero power to seal the match.
Well, you would say that, Mr. Concedes-a-lot.
MOBAs are worse than MMOs for the competitive genre. It really is dog eat dog out there.
Did you ever try it Nick?