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Submitted by PerfectCel 552d ago | opinion piece

Hexakill: Here to Stay or Passing Fad?

Eldon from Denkiphile: "Recently, Riot released a new game mode for League of Legends called Hexakill, which adds another person to each team so that instead of a 5v5 match on Summoner’s Rift, you have two teams of six. This is a great addition to the game as it does add another game mode for players to queue for, which is never a bad thing, but as for the game mode itself, I don’t believe that players will play it more than a few times other than for laughs before going back to 5v5 Summoner’s Rift." (League of Legends, PC)

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