Review: DOTA 2

Are you looking for action, adventure and strategy then look no more, DOTA 2 will be enough to entertain you with the mesh of all these things. From clash of heroes or combination of gameplays with multitude of items to lurking in enemy’s jungle, DOTA 2 contains all this and much more.

DOTA 2 was developed by Valve Corporation as a sequel to Warcraft III. It first came as a free tmaxresdefaulto play game on Windows, OS and Linux. Now a days it is readily available through the platform, Steam. Due to its steep rise to peak, it has a large DOTA 2 community. According to latest stats, concurrently more than 900,000 user play DOTA 2 across the globe. Every year DOTA 2 international championship is held. Recently, DOTA 2 Asian Championship was held and Team EG (Evil Geniuses) are the current champions. The most amazing prospect of the championship was Syed Sumail Hassan, 15 year old Pakistani born boy and the new ALPHA of EG.

DOTA 2 is a multiplayer online game with 5 heroes on each team. These heroes battle each other to establish their hegemony. Every player has to choose out of 110 heroes mainly belonging to 3 groups, strength, agility and intelligence. After forming a team in accordance to their strategy and playing style, each member develops his/her hero during the course of the game. Every hero buys items to aid him level up and defeat enemy’s heroes in solo or team fight. The objective of the game is to destroy the strongholds of their enemy and in particular their Ancient. One can assume that there are two warring factions, Raidiant and Dire, who use the resources of the map to evolve into ferocious heroes. Furthermore, Roshan, creeps, neutral creeps and courier are other aspects of the game that make it even more fascinating.

Hence, DOTA 2 is one unique game you would not dare to leave once getting too deep into it. Its charisma and charm compels you to become better day in and day out. I would reckon to play DOTA 2 if you have ample free time.

Ratings by Metacrite: 4.5/5.0
Downloading Platform: Steam

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