Joana’s Horde Leveling Guide a Review With the 1-60 Edited Video

If you want to be able to go from 1 to 80 in the quickest times possible, you must use Joana’s Horde Leveling Guide. The package includes a whole series of videos, guides, and ebooks. With these video clips, you can watch as Joana actually goes from 1 to 60 in front of your eyes (much of it is in fast motion).

This is a gigantic combination. All the videos combine for 35 hours of watching. The overall size of the combination is 12.6 GB. The videos go hand in hand with the text guides. Joana has created titles to tell you what’s transpiring, what level she is, and for some parts, what quest she’s involved with. And, the video clips are direct screen captures, there are NO video editing tricks at all in this video. The program developer gives you a members area to which the latest updates are posted, because WOW is a invariably maturing game.

In Joana’s Horde Leveling Guide, the guides author has laid out multiple quests directly linked to the video of performing that quest, so if you want to see a quick view on how that quest is best performed, you have this option to take a quick peek at those brief video clips on how this particular quest is done.

The Joana’s Horde Leveling Guide combination combiness a 1-70 guide which lets you know exactly how Joana got to sixty in four days and 20 hours of playing time. And, like the optimal leveling approach in the 1-70 guide, the guides author has delivered a leveling process for Northrend which you can use to get you from 70-80 in just 2 days of playing time. Joana has tuned it by employing it over and over with assorted characters. I certainly do not believe it can be achieved any more rapidly than what can be learned in this guide.

Both the 1-70 packet and 70-80 packet come with a perfectly ‘legal’ In-Game Leveling Guide Mod! Here is what you get: Fast installation, In-game display size adjustment, Quickly go to any part of the guide, and Automatic arrows pointing you where to go. Joana’s Horde Leveling Guide is a exhaustive horde packet.

The program developer has expended a lot of time and effort developing these guides for WOW players who need the best horde leveling techniques. Joana assures you that these guides will improve your leveling efforts. If for any reason, you are not satisfied, you can get an immediate refund.

Yandere Simulator – A Stealth Video Game For The PC

Yandere Simulator is a free video game for PC users. It is a stealth type video game where the players play as a high school girl named Ayano Aishi. She is in love with her senior, senpai and wants to attain his attention by any means possible. It is quite a unique game with an addictive gameplay and good graphics. However, it is still in development stage and until it gets completed, it’s going to be a bit buggy.

The concept

Yandere Simulator is based on a typical Japanese high school theme. Ayano Aishi has a huge crush on her senpai and wants his love. However, she’s a bit reluctant to talk to him directly. And, to make things more difficult, it seems like her senpai is quite popular as other girls in the school are also trying to get close to him. Ayano has to eliminate her competition, and she can use all possible means to do so. Even blackmailing and killing other girls is allowed. However, she has to do these missions quietly, when no one is looking at her. Thus, comes the stealth element.

What’s in it for the players

Because of its high school drama element, the game is quite popular among the teenagers. However, that doesn’t stop some grown-up video gamers from playing the game. The gameplay is good despite the fact that the game is quite full of bugs. Control options are great, and the missions are challenging. To progress in the game players have to tasks that are quite immoral in the real world. However, it is this element that makes the game unique and addictive. Players have to complete the tasks without leaving any traces. Otherwise, Ayano will get caught and the game ends.

The game is quite detailed and relates quite much to the real world. For example, there is a social element in the game and that we live in a large group, we don’t want to get caught for the wrongdoings, etc.

The game is not complete

Again, Yandere Simulator is still in development stage and what available is the beta version. The developer of the game has made the beta version available on the internet for download and installation without spending any penny. Simply visit the official website to download the game. The download file is actually the game launcher using which you can also update the game. The game developer usually makes the update available after two weeks.

Since the game is still at testing phase, players experience quite many bugs, errors. In some cases, the game launcher doesn’t work and sometimes the game crashes. Also, you will never win the game because it is not complete yet.

Why Games As A Service Will Kill Video Games

Video games have been around for quite some time now. They are many peoples favorite past time, and even a way to make money. Playing video games turned from a hobby to a job very quickly, especially when video and live streaming platforms like YouTube and Twitch came to rise. With these platforms, many people picked up their controllers hoping that they would become the next gamer who makes millions doing what they love. With more people playing games the developers for the games need to dish out better and more up to date products. Even if these products are not the best, they do it all for the money in the end, because it is a business.

When video games were first released they were an incredible feat and all were unique in their own way. Even though they did not look that great back in the 80’s and 90’s they offered something that even a lot of games today don’t offer. And that something is quality. Within the last 5 years or so video games started to become more of a service than an actual piece of entertainment. Slowly top Triple A developers started to incorporate microtransactions in their games, very different from DLC (Downloadable Content). DLC was always an expansion or more added content to make the game have more playability, in turn making the gamers more entertained and wanting more. The problem lies within video games that try to sell pieces of their game that should have been for free or unlocked by actually playing the game instead of just putting in a credit card number to unlocked said heroes or items. This is a common practice recently and it has raised a lot of issues, and even many countries consider “loot boxes” gambling, which in reality it is. A loot box in video games is when a player either uses in-game currency or real currency to get a random item or a random set of items. Now the value of these items is based on a scale, some players will receive rare or higher quality items compared to others simply based on odds. This is mainly aimed at the younger gamers who are more naive and are willing to spend whatever money they have on a game to make themselves look cooler or play better. All just to get ahead of the curve.

This practice is extremely dangerous not only because it promotes gambling to children, but it can be extremely addictive. There are many cases in which people spend thousands of dollars just to get a single item or to buff up their character or team. Clearly, the developers do not care, because it is just more money for them, but they never look at what this can do to a person’s livelihood and even their families.

The main reason these practices are implemented is for the developers to keep generating money even after the game is released. Based on the statistics microtransactions make more overall than the game itself, and those types of game series are released on a yearly basis with little to no changes in the actual video game itself. It is extremely rare to find a completed game at any store or marketplace that doesn’t offer micro transactions, even if they do not impact gameplay it still is a major issue.

If developers want to keep gamers entertained and invested in their video games then they should develop quality games instead of creating games that are barely finished loaded with micro transactions. The games as a service trend are slowly killing the quality of video games. Sooner or later people will not even be allowed to fully own the game, everything will just be a rental, but the player still needs to buy a code to play the rental and then pay the rental to play the game which is not even theirs. Look how crazy that sounds!? The only way this all will change is if the player chooses to change.