- Nov 29, 2009
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|System Name||Asus K50-X5DAB \\ Orange!|
|Processor||Athlon QL-65 2.2Ghz \\ 3570K|
|Motherboard||Laptop \\ ASRock z77 Extreme4|
|Cooling||Laptop \\ H100i|
|Memory||1x1GB + 1X2GB \\ 2x4Gb 1600Mhz CL9 Corsair XMS3|
|Video Card(s)||Mobility Radeon HD4570 512mb \\ Zotac 660Ti OC 2Gb|
|Storage||250Gb \\ Samsung 840 250Gb + Toshiba DT01ACA300 3Tb|
|Display(s)||15.6" 1366x768 \\ LG 22EA53VQ|
|Case||Laptop Chassis \\ NZXT Phantom 410 Black/Orange|
|Power Supply||Power Brick \\ Corsair CXM500w|
hrm im intrigued but generally these types of games suffer from nerd competitiveness. what i mean is i want to just have fun and 99% of the other players judge the worthiness of their lives on the outcome of the game.
Edit: Oh, and because in DotA(2) the actions of one player in a 5 second time window can completely change the outcome of a game, 4 people gets frustrated for every mistake you make. This trait makes DotA(2) players one of the most short tempered and foul mouthed of all gaming communities. LoL more forgiving for mistakes made by one player, but because there are so many more noobs playing LoL the same outcome is achieved.