Top 5 Online Games for Students in 2022
03/10/22 0 comments
Sometimes, studying too much to get good grades can be a burden and even lead to a burnout. Today, we introduce five games which can not only help to relax, but also improve some personal traits!Edit Article
gashagenre and with some reason: There are very negative points in including new characters and more powerful items in an RNG system that is very reminiscent of a slot machine is not one of the most exemplary things to do, but my “free-to-play” experience with
Genshin Impactwas and still is incredibly positive and fun! The most important point here is that Genshin Impact's single player experience holds up very well as a standalone RPG experience, where you actually spend a lot more of your time exploring the world and leveling up your characters than you do farming for in-game currency with daily quests, simply because there is so much to explore in its world, and all with very vibrant colors, well-designed characters, challenging enemies, and distinct regions that have many new challenges and stories as you explore them.
Blessing of the Welkin Moonwhich, for $5, offers you a reward in Primogems for daily logins, which ends up contributing and making viable that, in a method of exploration and of playing the game as economically as possible, it is still a reality to have resources to try to acquire new characters with some slight frequency. There are many other tips I could give you on not only how to better enjoy the low-investment experience in Genshin Impact, but also how to maintain a healthy relationship with the game, but that would be going too far and off-topic of this article, so let's move on to the next platform.
Magic ArenaBasically, Magic Arena is Wizards of the Coast's attempt to bring the Magic universe to the eSports universe, with a platform that is extremely inviting and visually appealing, with special card effects and a very dynamic gameplay, being more interactive and agile than its predecessor, Magic Online, or even what we usually see in tabletop matches between two players. Although the platform has an economic aspect where you can buy gems and use them to purchase booster packs that give you new cards, the “free-to-play” method also exists through daily rewards for up to four daily wins (you earns rewards up to 15, but the first 4 are the ones that really give the best rewards in coins), and also for carrying out the daily quests, which can offer from 500 to 750 coins, in addition to also offering experience for the Mastery Pass, where some rewards include booster packs. The game's proposal is relatively simple: Your objective is to bring your opponent's life total from 20 to 0, playing with your own deck against theirs (and the platform offers you ten free decks to start your collection), where you will use the mana generated by your lands to cast your spells, which can be creatures to attack or spells for the most diverse effects and abilities existing in the game. Perhaps the biggest plus of Magic Arena for a student is how it rewards reading so much, including introducing a simply wonderful fantasy world to know, with the most diverse planes of existence, ranging from classical medieval culture, passing through schools of magic to an oriental cyberpunk universe, all always with a lot of style, fascinating stories and well-built characters, but there is also a strong aspect of logical ability, planning and strategic analysis during the game, where every play and decision you make : From your starting hand to attack with a creature or keep it as a blocker, is critical and can fully define the future of a match.
Legends of Runeterra
Arcane, but I don't particularly see the MOBA experience as being very relaxing, despite having its benefits as a better understanding of teamwork or even for the fun factor. Although less popular than the main title of the franchise, Legends of Runeterra is Riot's Card Game and inspired entirely by the League of Legends universe, with its respective champions and iconic characters like Jinx, Ekko and Caitlyn, followers coming from the most diverse locations, such as Zaun/Piltover and Shurima, and mechanics that make the experience of playing a game very fun and rewarding, with several viable strategies. In Runeterra, unlike Magic Arena, mana is distributed as a resource that players have access to the same amount of mana each turn, and it grows as the game extends, making longer games worth using cards with a higher cost, while faster games reward lower mana costs, and each champion card, which has a limited number of slots in the deck, has specific abilities that allow it to be turned into a more powerful version, often adding a significant advantage to their controller with some pretty cool transformation cutscenes. In economic terms, the platform also rewards free-to-play for a system of daily rewards through quests and victories, in addition to also having game modules where you can play against the AI to acquire additional rewards, and the game flows incredibly well on mobile, a significant improvement over Magic Arena.
Final Fantasy XIV
Final Fantasy XIVis the only one that doesn't have a "free-to-play" method, since to play it, you need to purchase a copy of one of its expansions, in addition to paying a monthly fee of $14.99, but it's worth every penny invested because it's the best MMORPG experience today, with hundreds of ways to customize your characters, including skins, Jobs, ways to greet other players, equipment and much more, and puts the player in the beautiful and extremely fascinating world of Eorzea, in the role of Warrior of Light, where you can then participate in individual quests or collective raids, face enemies while exploring the world, fish, acquire new skills that you can use to improve your arsenal or that of your other guildmates, among a multitude of other options that make FFXIV a complete experience!