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Gwent is finally available on Android devices

You can toss a coin to your Witcher if you want, but it's really not necessary in this case. The Android adaption of the hit free-to-play card game Gwent has released nearly one full year after the mobile versions were first announced...

 
 
 
 
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Contest: Don't get left behind - get in on the Cardpocalypse

Today's contest features unique card-battling game Cardpocalypse for Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One! This one caught my eye because the monsters are batshit insane -- and you get to create them! Who doesn't love creation? Cards games are coo...

 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Hearthstone: Saviors of Uldum: Tombs of Terror

Blizzard's Hearthstone has been the face of digital card games for several years now, reliably one of the highest earning mobile titles since it launched in 2014. The simple rules make it easier to follow than competitors such as Magic...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Hearthstone: Rise of Shadows: The Dalaran Heist

Competition has been good for Hearthstone. Even though Artifact never really found an audience, other digital Collectible Card Games (CCGs) like Eternal and Magic The Gathering: Arena have provided some legitimate alternative...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Switch copy of Monster Slayers

You hold all the cards to winning today's contest for a Switch copy of Monster Slayers! Attention villagers -- we have a monster problem. A pretty big one. They're everywhere. They smell, and they're mean, and frankly. I just don't like the...

 
 
 
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Gwent's first expansion is cursed by a vampire

The world of The Witcher is already expansive, but the world of The Witcher's collectible card game is about to grow substantially. Five (or so) months after Gwent officially released, it's getting its first expansion. Crimson Cu...

 
 
 
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The Pokemon Trading Card Game recruits Detective Pikachu

I'm still reeling from the first Detective Pikachu trailer. It has a dark, off-kilter, extreme-close-up vibe I didn't see coming, and while I haven't completely reconciled the movie's tone with the property's usual squeaky clean image, I'm ...

 
 
 
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Review: Hearthstone: Rastakhan's Rumble

Blizzard's collectible card game Hearthstone is one of the brightest spots on the company's ledger sheet, having recently surpassed 100 million registered players. The game is in a pretty good place, with Valve's Artifact stumbling out...

 
 
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Review: Artifact

Okay, let’s get some things out of the way real quick regarding monetization: Is Artifact free? No, it costs $20 and there is no free alternative. What do I get for buying it? Two complete decks, ten booster packs, a...

 
 
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Contest: Win Fate Hunters for Steam

Contests are a way a life. Enter ours for a Steam Early Access key of Fate Hunters. It's tough for indie devs out there. I can't tell you how many I've come across in my short journey in the games industry that have told me as much. You're ...

 
 
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Contest: Win Prismata: Founder's Edition for Steam

Contests, get yer contests here. Today, enter to win the Founder's Edition DLC for Prismata. Don't you just hate pesky DLC in free games? It's like, what, do the developers want to make some money on this game they're offering up for free?!...

 
 
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Contest: Win Mad Crown for Steam

Free games, free games; where for art thou, free games? They're here, and this time with collectible card game Mad Crown for Steam. What do you get when you mix an RPG, collectible cards, skill progression, dieselpunk aesthetics, monsters, ...

 
 
 




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The game Alphadream made before doing the Mario and Luigi games, Tomato Adventure, just got a fan

 
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Parismio

I find thats its been harder to read books Been trying to read a few books im interested in like the Blades in the Dark ttrpg and after a bit into it, I either get a little headache or my eyes start I get

 
Hypno

First time playing OoT (ive seen it secondhand, never played it myself, and it holds up surprisingly well (3DS) i Can def see why you old folks were pants shidding over it when it was new

 
Flegma

Thats first released version of Step Coding issues, scripting issues, and maybe 48K too much in the ROM image, but at least all chapters can be finished

 
Churros89

So, anyone here have already played that new Nier gacha game? Is that good? Curious to try it but have to back up my photos and vĂ­deos, have been procrastinating to back these for at least a month

 
Kerrik52

Wow, FF7 just lets you get Big Guard and White Wind this early and without much I am naturally cheating to do so because getting enemy skills the legit way is mind-numbingly Did they ever do Blue Magic in a sane, balanced and fun way?

 
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Got to say I think I liked the Annapurna Showcase a lot more then a lot of Nindie New stuff seemed cool and a good chunk of gameplay showed Pretty intrested in that new thing by the Stanley Parable and Gone Home people but seems far

 
 

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