The term “safe space”, is often thrown around by both liberals and conservatives in their political diatribes. Safe spaces are often pictured as areas were people can escape our harsh political climate, or where whiny college students go to complain. In this case, a safe space is quite apt to describe my experience playing Blizzard Entertainment’s MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game for you non nerds), “World of Warcraft”, or WoW, for short.
At long last, Nintendo Switch owners have finally gotten the ultimate boon: Super Smash Bros. for the switch. In the most recent Nintendo Direct, the newest edition in the beloved franchise was teased, while promising to include the Splatoon characters in the new roster.
Tensions were high on the OWL stage, the series had gone to a fifth tiebreaker map and the reigning juggernauts, Soul Dynasty, were looking shaky, as the young guns of NY Excelsior looked to prove that the bigger they are, the harder they fall. On the last map, Dong-gyu “Mano” Kim of NYXL carried his team with masterclass tank play, securing the victory, and proving that nobody in the OWL was invincible; it was electric.
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