A Blizzard quality competitive game. This has been one of the games I’ve spent most of my time playing for the past couple of months or so. Overwatch, although to some might seem very limited, is incredibly diverse. You don’t choose which weapons you use or customize your class like in other FPS competitive games. However, it has such a wide variety of heroes to choose from that it seems like you have a complete freedom of choice in the matter. But, I must say that it is not a game for everyone. Some people simply won’t like the mechanics. Each hero has its special moves and ultimate and you must understand them all if you want to do well. You need to know how all the heroes work in order to be able to handle them well and fight against an enemy that is using one of them. Some people just don’t like this and prefer to have the choice of which weapons and ability to use. I don’t blame them, I had the same problem at first before I bought the game. I thought I wouldn’t enjoy it. However, it has something that grabs you. Maybe it is the reward system, that although I thought was weak in the beginning actually can work in their favor. Since you never change the heroes weapons, there is a loot box system where you can get skins for your favorite characters, but that is not all. There is also ranked matches that can have you fighting to stay in a high rank to prove how good you are and, at the same time, getting you enough competitive points to buy yourself a gold weapon for one of your heroes. It is one of those games that you will either love or hate. I think you should play it once and see if it is a game you want. I definitely recommend.