Showing posts with label Video Games. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Video Games. Show all posts

Saturday, April 6, 2019

PUBG: Secret Building in Los Leones

So, today while playing PUBG mobile I landed in a secret building in Los Leones. Los Leones is located in the Miramar map. It is quite possibly one of the most populated areas of this map, as there is currently several challenges involving this area. 

What is very odd about this particular building is the fact that there is no way out. My squad tried everything to get me out, even throwing various frag grenades relentlessly at the building in efforts to blow it up. A smoke grenade was able to find its way under the cracks of the walls, but I was pretty much stuck in this particular building or room for the entire match. 

Obviously I was unable to kill anyone and be killed by anyone, so I ended up dying in the play zone area of the game, outside of the circle. I was the third player to die, as Nukuler ended up being the last surviving member of the team. 


This secret building or room is very interesting to me because I could not find a way to escape. Has this ever happened to anyone? If so, I would love to hear your story regarding this. I would also love to know how to get out of this. Is this just a game glitch?

I think from now on, I will just avoid jumping here and stick to my regular strategy of jumping where no one else lands. 

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

The ultimate dynamic duo of PUBG

The end result of
the PUBG duo match I just played.
I am starting to really love and appreciate PUBG Mobile. Not only is it engaging, but I feel like I am getting a life lesson in navigation, which is essential when playing any kind of strategic action game. I would say this is my best game; however, due to lack of kills, it is not. I still really enjoy PUBG.
I decided to get on my phone and play with my friend Billy Housh in a duo match. And for those of you who do not know, Billy and I have been friends for over 10 years. He is known for his comedic videos on YouTube as well as his live streams (mainly gaming) via Twitch.

The duo match was held in the Erangel map where we both played the game via Classic TPP (Third-Person mode). We decided to play the Asia server, which had a relatively high ping number (and for those of you who are unaware, this equals extreme lag) but was fun nevertheless.

For not killing anyone, I still managed to receive 1,234 BP. I also gained 551 in experience. My total rating was +55, with most of the points being from survival where I garnered +53 points. I received a +7 kill rating for not killing anyone. I think that is excellent for not killing anyone.

The final player (LucTienSinh from China) ended up dying in the actual kill zone (out of the circle) so we ended up winning the famous chicken dinner at the end of the game, making us the winners of this particular match.

Monday, January 14, 2019

PUBG: Duo win in Erangel with Billy Housh

If I had to choose a favorite mobile app right now, it would definitely be the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (also known as PUBG). This game is literally one of the most adventurous, digital escapisms I have ever experienced. As strategic as it is, this fascinating game is about survival, kills, damage, supplies and support. Each one is as unique as the player who embraces them and together will determine your overall rating of each play.

Completing missions is also quite an incentive when playing this game. And the elite royal pass is definitely worth the splurge, as you can complete quite a few more missions and gain a lot of great items in the process. I first heard about this game through my boyfriend Sumit, who has been playing since the game started last year.

Tonight, I decided to play duos with my friend Billy, who I have known for over 10 years. He's always been a gamer and streamer, so it is always fun playing with him because he is a safe yet destructive player that can kill and camp according. With that said, I just achieved my first "chicken dinner" (which is basically what you receive when you win the game) with Billy in a duo match on the Erangel map in classic mode.

I killed a total of 5 players in addition to the final player (luisdonal94) to receive the big win at the end. I received a total of 720 BP for my win. With 708 in experience, I had a kill rating of +74 and a survival rating of +59 for a total rating tonight of +73 which isn't that bad. I was also able to achieve both the "chicken master" and "medic" titles.

Amazing right?

This mobile game is literally too fun. And although I win some, I also lose sometimes too. Most of the time; however, I find myself in the top 10. I tend to join squad matches most, but I love to play duo and solo from time to time also.

With that said, if you haven't played PUBG, you truly need to.

Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Playing PUBG Mobile on Christmas

I started playing PUBG earlier than expected today, as I wanted to take a break from the kitchen to play. It is Christmas day after all and I spent most of the early morning cooking in the kitchen. My boyfriend Sumit introduced me to this game earlier this year and I have been hooked on it since.

I don't know what it is, but I feel like I kill more people when I play solo versus in a squad, but luckily was able to garner 8 kills today in addition to the famous chicken dinner against player/user Nothinez, in spite of my entire squad dying early on.

Amazing right?

My total reward for this game was 741 BP. I received 702 in experience with a kill rating of +106 and a survival rating of +54. My total rating for today's play was +76, which is ok for playing with a squad on the Erangel map.

Today's squad consisted of Maha77f, thatbitchxxx and abdalladweik. I was also able to get the titles "Gunslinger" and of course "Chicken Master". I was also MVP for this match too. And like every match, it is always a great time playing PUBG, no matter win or lose.

BTW, Merry Christmas.


Monday, December 17, 2018

My first PUBG Solo win

Today, I took the liberty of playing PUBG in a Solo match. With four maps to choose from, I decided to play Miramar, as I was looking to go straight down the list and play all four maps, back to back. I played Erangel several minutes before this map. I killed almost 20 people (which is a record for me) and ended up dying in the playzone running towards the circle.

Crazy right?

Well, just now I can admit that I am very happy to have won my very first Solo match on PUBG. In total, I received a total of 684 BP. I also gained 830 in experience. With a kill rating of +105 and a survival rating of +55, my total rating for this match was +75.
 I killed 8 players in this game total, including the final player bbk to garner the win and get the famous chicken dinner. I also received the Berserker, Gunslinger and Terminator titles.

On another note, several months ago, I downloaded the actual app for this game as my boyfriend Sumit plays, but had issues with it so I just deleted it without flinching. I never played a match at all and only entered the training room several times.

Just recently, I re-downloaded the app and decided to play. Although I was horrible the first few matches, I've become really good with time and experience playing. You win some, you lose some, but in the end it is so fun.