The first MMORPG I ever played was World of Warcraft at the age of 15. Afterwards, I jumped from game to game until I landed upon an older game which wasn't even an MMORPG. I decided to try DotA because of the many videos I had seen and the hype I had heard about it. The first time I tried the game, I was terrible. I could not do anything without being killed by the other team. DotA is a game where there are two bases on opposite sides of the map controlled by the computer, protected by towers and waves of minions. These bases are also protected by 5 player-controled characters. The players start at level every game and must kill the waves of minions and towers for experience and money to become stronger, in order to kill the opposing players and to destroy their base.
After playing the game for almost three years, I stopped. I had become an excellent player, but I was getting bored of the game due to one reason. Killing the other players with my team mates was very fun, especially when it was all five of us against all five of them. The period of time where you start at level 1 and have to kill minions for 15-20 minutes every game had gotten old and stale. Bloodline Champions is a game in the same vein as DotA which addresses this issue.
Graphics - 8/10
Gameplay - 9/10
Overall - 8.5/10