Best card and table games for Xbox and PlayStation

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Perhaps with ultra-modern graphics and third-person games, many players forgot that their advanced game consoles like Xbox One could run many traditional cards and table games that provide many hours of pure entertainment. Continue reading “Best card and table games for Xbox and PlayStation”

Causa: Voices Of The Dusk, Dark Fantasy CCG Enters Early Access On Steam

Causa Voices of the Dark

Chilean developer Niebla Games released their new CCG into Steam Early Access recently, giving gamers an opportunity to dive into a dark fantasy world where tactical sacrifice is paramount for claiming success in the free-to-play title. Continue reading “Causa: Voices Of The Dusk, Dark Fantasy CCG Enters Early Access On Steam”

Valve Remains Headstrong On Artifact And Will Release More News After Half-Life: Alyx Releases

Artifact unsurprisingly died at launch and somehow shocked everyone at Valve — including Gabe Newell. For some reason, the company is headstrong on trying to bring the dead game back and make people enjoy it despite the number of concurrent players sitting lower than 150. With that said, Valve recently sent out a letter saying that more info on Artifact will surface after Half-Life: Alyx makes its debut. Continue reading “Valve Remains Headstrong On Artifact And Will Release More News After Half-Life: Alyx Releases”

Gabe Newell And Valve Were Surprised By Artifact’s Failure, Reboot In The Works

When speaking to Edge Magazine, Gabe Newell says that Valve was surprised by Artifact’s failure at launch. Despite the digital card game having less than 150 concurrent players a day, Newell and crew aren’t throwing in the towel just yet given that a “reboot update” is in the works. Continue reading “Gabe Newell And Valve Were Surprised By Artifact’s Failure, Reboot In The Works”

Slay The Spire Cheats Feature God Mode, Infinite Energy, Unlimited Gold

Slay The Spire Cheats

Mega Crit Games’ Slay The Spire turned rogue-likes and card games on their head by combining the two genres into a deckbuilding fight to slay the spire. Imagine Final Fantasy, Magic and Darkest Dungeon all fused together within a macabre aesthetic and set in a tower where you have to battle your way to the top against a plethora of freaks, mutants, and devilish minions and you have an idea of what Slay The Spire is like. For gamers who have been putting in time and effort into the rogue-like CCG but just can’t seem to win, there are some cheats to help you out. Continue reading “Slay The Spire Cheats Feature God Mode, Infinite Energy, Unlimited Gold”

Monster Train Closed Beta Registration Is Live, Available Through March 19th

Monster Train

Registration for the closed beta of the rogue-like, deckbuilding, monster-filled strategy game has gone live. You can sign-up right now to participate in the Monster Train closed beta by visiting the official website. Continue reading “Monster Train Closed Beta Registration Is Live, Available Through March 19th”

Monster Train Rogue-Like Has Players Defending The Last Train Out Of Hell

Monster Train

Good Shepherd Entertainment and indie developer Shiny Shoe announced that they have a new strategic rogue-like with an interesting premise. Players take control of a monster horde riding on the last train out of Hell. Continue reading “Monster Train Rogue-Like Has Players Defending The Last Train Out Of Hell”

Godfall Devs Announce Duelyst Will Shutdown On February 27th, 2020

In the digital-only world where if a game’s servers go down, it means you’ll never be able to play it ever again. Well, it looks like Bandai Namco and Counterplay Games’ Duelyst is going down the same path on February 27th, 2020. Continue reading “Godfall Devs Announce Duelyst Will Shutdown On February 27th, 2020”

Elder Scrolls Legends New Content Axed, Still Releasing in China

Bethesda has announce all future content releases for their mobile card game Elder Scrolls Legends have been put on hiatus or effectively cancelled. In an announcement on Reddit the company thanked existing fans and players for their support, but confirmed the Chinese version that has drawn ire for having more features and offering a smoother experience, would still see its release through GAEA. Continue reading “Elder Scrolls Legends New Content Axed, Still Releasing in China”

Blizzard Bans American University Hearthstone Team For Supporting Hong Kong

Hearthstone Censorship

Blizzard temporarily banned the collegiate team, American University, from competing in official Hearthstone e-sports competition via a six-month suspension after they raised up a “Free Hong Kong, Boycott Blizz” sign during the post-game segment of a Hearthstone match. The suspension was doled out quietly, but one of the members of American University shared the suspension letter they received via social media. Continue reading “Blizzard Bans American University Hearthstone Team For Supporting Hong Kong”

Blizzard Reduces Blitzchung Suspension, Reinstates Casters

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Blizzard Entertainment finally issued a statement about the recent suspension of Hearthstone grand champion blitzchung, as well as the fate of the casters who were providing commentary for the event when blitzchung proceeded to yell out a pro-Hong Kong slogan, following massive backlash and active media campaigns to boycott the company. Continue reading “Blizzard Reduces Blitzchung Suspension, Reinstates Casters”

Gods Unchained Hit with Cyber Attacks While Mei Becomes Mascot of Free Hong Kong Movement

Overwatch Mei

Shortly after Blizzard made their decision publicly to ban Blitzchung and strip him of his $10,000 in prize money, Immutable, the creators of Gods Unchained, weighed in on the decision. Going beyond just acquiring social currency, the developers offered to pay Blitzchung his lost prize earnings along with offering him a spot in their $500,000 tournament with airfare included. Afterward the company would go on to denounce the practice of bending the knee and join support to free gaming from this manner of tyranny. Continue reading “Gods Unchained Hit with Cyber Attacks While Mei Becomes Mascot of Free Hong Kong Movement”

Gods Unchained Takes Stand Against Blizzard’s Decision

Blizzard’s decision to demonstrate the exact point the free Hong Kong movement and their own Grandmaster Champion has been trying to make by showing exactly what tyranny  is like to the gaming public, hasn’t gone over well for the company. Already numerous users have begun publicly abandoning Blizzard’s IPs with very colorful language all over social media. Additionally an activist campaign has arisen to challenge the encroaching Chinese tyranny over video games with #freegaming. Only time will tell how much traction the campaign will eventually garner, but even if it fizzles out in infancy it has awakened countless people to the growing incursion into gaming by the Chinese along with how willing the gaming companies are to sell out not just the gaming community, but the entire west for profit. Continue reading “Gods Unchained Takes Stand Against Blizzard’s Decision”