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DOTA 2 Tips and commands

Posted on 10 April, 2017  in New Laptop Guides

Dota 2 is one of the world’s best MOBA games. You pick a hero, buy items, use spells to kill your enemies with occasional help from your allies. But, often players find it hard to choose from the hundred heroes and pick the perfect items that go along with them. To help them better understand this, Valve has incorporated a “Custom Game” system where you can test your mettle by battling against “Bots” or the computer AI. Here, the player has the freedom to change their gameplay experience. All he/she has do is press “Enter” to bring up the Chat and type in myriad commands. For example “-wtf” (no annotations) will prevent the heroes mana and cooldown reduction and make it static. The player, however, can disable the mode by typing in “-unwtf” (no annotations). Then there is “lvlup #”(no annotations) to level up his/her hero by “#” number of levels. Plus there is the famous “gold #” (no annotations) where the player gets “#” number of gold. These are just some of the most common chat commands used in the game, there are a hundred more available. Here’s a link to help you with that:
http://dota2.gamepedia.com/Cheats

Also, to get better at the game early on, here are some tips: when your allied tower, hero or creep is under a certain percentage of health, you can deny them by attacking on them, this will prevent anyone from gaining the extra gold and experience. This is very handy and used to stop feeding players. Also, when you think you are about to die, buy something useful so that you can equip it after you respawn. If you did not buy it, you will loose some gold if you die. Another tip to remember is bottles refill faster in fountains, so if you keep spamming your bottle, you will heal faster and get out to battle quicker. Plus, if you want to restore your mana or health, drop any items that are giving you an attribute bonus. After that, use your restore, you will get a higher amount of mana/health in your pool once your items are are returned to your inventory. You should receive a very helpful bonus from that. Be mindful of dropping your items in a secured place so that the enemy cannot destroy your items. Last, but certainly not the least, if you are dying from tower attacks press ‘A’ on an allied unit to make the tower change its target. These simple tricks and tips should certainly help you in your quest to be a pro DOTA 2 gamer.

DOTA 2, again, is the most popular MOBA games out there, and only through practice will a player keep getting better and better at it. So, here is the best cheat ever: Practice. Yes, as you practice more, you will gain more experience and get better at this game. These were just some tips to help you get more and more intimate with that. And also remember the golden key to play this game, HAVE FUN!

 

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Cheap Gaming Laptops for Dragon Age Inquisition

Posted on 29 October, 2014  in New Laptop Guides

Brace yourselves, Dragon Age Inquisition comes out in less than a couple of weeks. PC gamers looking forward to its release should be sure their PC’s will be able to run Dragon Age. I’ve compiled a list of three computers that meet the minimum requirements to run Inquisition. Maybe you’ve been looking for a gaming computer, maybe you’ve been needing a new computer for a while and want one that’s cheaper and can run the game you’ve been looking forward to playing all year. The computers I’ve researched will get the job done in either case and at minimum cost. Keep in mind there are better computers out there than these – see https://laptopninja.io/gaming-laptops/. These are the best cheap gaming laptops for Dragon Age Inquisition based on it’s required framerates.  (more…)

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The Minimum Specs for RPG Games: What to Know and How to Find Them

Posted on 18 October, 2014  in New Laptop Guides

When it comes to PC gaming, as graphics engines and game performance improve, it’s important to keep in mind what you need to run your favorite RPGs. Here’s what you need to know about the minimum specs for RPG games and how to find them, so you’re always sure of what you can run well on your PC.

When looking at system requirements for any game, there are three main things you need to be on the lookout for: (more…)

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What To Look For In A Budget Gaming Laptop For Baldur’s Gate

Posted on 12 October, 2014  in New Laptop Guides

Baldurs_GateBaldur’s Gate is a fan favorite for thousands of classic RPG fans with a love of both Dungeons and Dragons-derived tactical combat and compelling storytelling. Contemporary gamers who are fans of such series as Dark Souls and Dragon Age may get a good deal of enjoyment from this timeless game, as well. Regardless of how you are introduced to the series, however, in the event that you find yourself needing a laptop and wanting to play this and other classic RPGs, you can rest assured knowing that you don’t need to abandon hope of playability to fit your budget. Here we will be examining what you need in budget gaming laptop for Baldur’s Gate. (more…)

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Cheap RPG Gaming Laptops under $500

Posted on 7 October, 2014  in New Laptop Guides

Many people purchase gaming laptops so they can play RPG games – however, there is a slight problem with this. RPG games require a lot of software and some laptops simply don’t fit the requirements. For example, there is a certain amount of RAM, processor speed, and memory that you need to ensure that your game runs smoothly and doesn’t lag.

Acer Aspire V3-571G-6622

The Acer Aspire V3-571G-6622 is an excellent machine for playing RPG games, it contains an i5 processor which you can’t find very often in budget laptops so this really stands out. In addition to a great processor, it also has 4GB of DDR3 RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GT 730M, 5 hours of battery life, comes with Windows 8, and also has a 500GB hard drive.

This should be more than enough for you to play even the most demanding RPG games – however, if it’s still not up to your standards you can always add in another stick of 4GB RAM to make it play even smoother. RAM is inexpensive and can be installed within just a few seconds.

Toshiba Satellite L875D-S7332

This is quite a unique laptop in the sense that it remains within the budget, but also has a 17-inch screen. That is something that you won’t find very often with budget laptops, most of the time they will have anything less than 15-inches. It comes with an AMD A6 2.7GHz processor, 6GB DDR3 RAM, AMD Radeon HD graphics card, 640GB hard drive and also comes supplied with Windows 8.

You really can’t go wrong with those specs, it’s definitely a laptop worth taking a look at as it will run pretty much any RPG game without problem and there is no need to upgrade the RAM.

Samsung Series 3 Gamer NP350V5C-T01US

The Samsung Series 3 Gamer NP350V5C-T101US is the most probably the only laptop that you will within this budget range that comes supplied with an Intel i7 processor – these processors are almost never found in budget laptops and can cost a lot of money even when they’re bought separate. So you can be sure that you’re getting a great deal here.

In addition to an i7 processor, you’ll also benefit from an AMD Radeon HD 2GB 7730M graphics card, 6GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB hard drive, and as you might expect it comes supplied with Windows 8. Everything you need to play even the highest quality of RPG games without problems.

Lenovo IdeaPad Z580

Often considered to be one of the best gaming laptops that is available on the market today, the Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 comes with a lot of spec. It has an Intel i5 processor, 1TB hard drive, 8GB DDR3 RAM, Intel HD graphics, and also comes supplied with Windows 8.

This is more than likely going to be your best choice if you are looking for a cheap gaming laptop to play RPG games, but also fit within a budget of $500. However, because of the high spec of this laptop, it’s common to find it listed slightly above $500 so be aware of this. If you shop around, you shouldn’t have a problem getting it within your budget.

Throughout this article we’ve be gone through some cheap RPG gaming laptops under $500 that can handle the tough requirements of modern RPG games but also fit within a budget. For further reading there numerous guides online that can help.  Be sure to check sites such as Engdaget and LaptopMag for more reviews and guides.

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