Eliminate Game Lag With WTFast!

Breaking News

Played DOTA 2 For The First Time

Last week, I got myself a free DOTA 2 Close Beta Test key from Alienware Arena. I've played DOTA before but I was never really into it. I played it a few times and that was it. It was a very interesting game but I never got hooked on it.

After getting my Close Beta Test key from Alienware Arena. I immediately logged-in to my STEAM account and used it to add DOTA 2 to my library of STEAM games which includes Blacklight: Retribution, APB: Reloaded and Star Trek Online. I think it took me at least four hours to download and install DOTA 2.

I played it after STEAM finished installing it and my first game was a cooperative game. I played with a few other human players against computer controlled bots and it wasn't a very nice first time experience. Everyone in my team was raging against me and it was very understandable because I literally didn't know what I was doing.

Eventually, I quit the match because their rage turned to hate and they were all over me. I was hoping that I could learn by playing with other players because, that way, I could ask them for help but it kinda didn't turn out the way I expected.

In the end, I ended up playing by myself which is what I should have done in the first place. Well, I thought I could learn quickly by playing with other players immediately but I was wrong. Playing by myself was still the best way to learn how to play the game.

He he he!

FTC Disclosure: This post or video contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission for purchases made through my links.

Did you enjoy this blog post by Kabalyero? If you did then why not buy him a Cup Of Coffee by clicking the button below! ☺


  1. My cousins tried to get me into DoTA way back, about 5 years ago. I never really caught the flu, and stuck with first-person shooters. I suppose it's nice to watch, but you won't catch me sitting down playing this :P

    1. it's nice game to pass the time with... I wouldn't also spend that much time playing DOTA 2...


Note: Anonymous commenting is enabled but please keep it civil. All comments are moderated so don't worry if it doesn't immediately appear.It'll appear as soon as it's get approved. (Due to the amount of SPAM the blog has received, I have decided to activate Word Verification in comments.)