Face Off: Is League of Legends a better game than Dota 2?
@pcgamer Dota. Hero roles are vastly more flexible and you're less likely to get flamed for "not following the meta". Also no region locks.
— Alex (@alexg) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer Dota while better from depth standpoint, lacks accessibility. And vice versa. But, I do prefer depth over accessibility.
— Ian Nowakowski (@SW4Y1N) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer It always seems to be the first one you play, for me that was Dota
— Charlie Webster (@LordWoley) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer LoL. Masteries, Runes, champion buying add character customization, persistence, progress. Way better than DOTA2 visual junk.
— Jason (@TeslasButler) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer Regardless of any other features included or excluded, DOTA wins by giving level playing field with full hero roster and no runes.
— Trevor Christman (@Jaqenn) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer Both have too steep a learning curve to put up with their abusive communities.
— Ryan Romain (@RyanIsABigNerd) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer Hard to say. LoL is easier for newcomers to the genre, Dota2 is hyper professional and balanced better. I say LoL becuase it's fun.
— Mike Reilly (@ReilzSH) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer I prefer league, the UI in Dota 2 is horrible and i have no clear idea what's going on with stats or items.
— Jonathan Freegrove (@JonathanFreegro) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer Dota, because hats, and everyone I know has 12 copies
— Arcon (@Arcon_) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer Warcraft 3 DotA!
— Břetislav Krejčí (@Darth_Dovahkiin) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer Really depends on what you're looking for. I prefer LoL because its easier for non-MOBA friends to pick up & understand
— DerekDennis/Halfblud (@KCallDay6) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer Whenever I'm feeling masochistic both games have perfect communities to erode my self esteem with verbal abuse!
— djbriandamage (@djbriandamage) February 27, 2013
@pcgamer They cater to different overall play styles.Neither is better than the other. They just provide different experiences.
— Raymond Harris (@DrD4nger) February 27, 2013