It’s no surprise Brotherwise Games received plenty of funding for it’s second big Kickstarter project. After all, the fundraiser for the of Boss Monster earned well over its proposed goal. This time, Brotherwise asked fans for cash to fund a video game adaptation, originally planned for the iOS and Android mobile platforms. Thanks to a more »
Two of Hearthstone’s most popular cards just took a huge hit. Community Manager Zeriyah just made the announcement on the forums. Effective Sept. 22, the Hunter class specific Starving Buzzard will have its mana cost increased from 2 to 5, getting only a minimal bump in the process. He’s currently a 2/1, and will be more »
The right to make WWE licensed games was one of the biggest prizes in the THQ fire sale, eventually going to 2K Sports. Two years into the deal now, the publisher’s earning every penny it expected. Even at the hefty $99.99 price tag, the WWE 2K15 Hulkamania Edition has sold out in the United States, more »
Curse of Naxxramas was a fun addition to Hearthstone’s single-player offerings. But it wasn’t without a few glitches. Many players purchased card packs and the single-player adventure and never got them. They still got charged, and that’s not cool. Blizzard confirmed the bug and announced it has been fixed. On the Battle.net forums, community manager more »
I was confused, at first. Confused, and a little disappointed. I had eagerly awaited the release of WWE SuperCard for the, like, handful of hours between its announcement and launch. Once I booted it up, I was given some random cards to start with and sent on my way. No explanation of the rules or more »
The first wing of Curse of Naxxramas, the single-player expansion to Hearthstone, will open its gates to card-slinging adventurers in the Americas on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Windows, Mac, and iOS players will be able to raid The Arachnid Quarter, the first of five wings, for free during the launch event just by logging in. Each more »
With so many video game Kickstarters out there, we sometimes forget that there are just as many amazing board and card games hoping to get made as well. Billionaire Banshee happens to be one of those games and, luckily enough for Steven “Razlo” Bailey, 458 people pitched in $21,878 to make it happen. With Apples more »
I love card games. From the simplest ones, like Go Fish, to Sequence, to collector cards like Yu-Gi-Oh!, I have always enjoyed them. They’re great to play with other people, or if you’re a loner you can always play good, ol’ reliable Solitaire. Well, Defiant Development’s new game, Hand of Fate, takes a love of more »
Blizzard has been teasing details about the Curse of Naxxramas content for Hearthstone, and now we know how much it’s going to cost. For the dedicated player, that answer could easily be free. It will arrive in five wings of content, and the first is free during launch month. After that, players can purchase access more »
There have been few reviews of Monster Monpiece going around. It may be because its a very niche card/strategy game that was likely passed off in favor of larger games, but more likely it is the fact that there are aspects of the game that are problematic to say the least. Go to the comments more »
While it is the fate of many games to be played for a while and then forgotten, Magic: The Gathering (MTG) is no such game. The ultimate, genre-spawning, collectible card game, there are millions of players that have been faithfully playing (and buying cards!) for years. The electronic version of the card game, Duels of the Planeswalkers (Duels) gets an update every year, and has come a long way from early versions of the game. I recently had the pleasure of a hands-on demo with Wizards of the Coast reps, eager to show off the new features.
When it comes to contests, I’m not a big fan. I lose. Alot. When it comes to sports-related contests, well, it’s hopeless, and I’m sure I’m not the only gaming geek that knows the feeling. Columbia Games seems to feel my pain, and has a contest that at least gives me a fighting chance even though I don’t know much about hockey. Just for entering, they give $5 credit to their cool games, and if I guess (and it’s sports related, so it’s going to be a guess) right, I get $10 credit.