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  1. http://www.playgwent.com Originally a diversion in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the standalone version of Gwent is currently in Open Beta! Download from the PS4 or XBox One stores, or register for the PC version at playgwent.com. https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/gwent-the-witcher-card-game-–-public-beta/cid=EP4497-CUSA08234_00-0000000000000002 https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/store/p/gwent-the-witcher-card-game-game-preview/9nblggh51qt4 The fuck is this Gwent is a free-to-play 1v1 card game in The Witcher universe. How do I Gwent There's a nice little how-to-play on playgwent.com, and a good tutorial video below: https://www.playgwent.com/en/#/howToPlay/board What sets this apart Gwent's main mechanic lies in its round structure, and persistence between rounds. A match of Gwent is played as a best-of-three; to win a round, you need to have units on the board that have more combined strength (the number at the top left of the unit) than your opponent. The catch is, you're given ten cards to do this with, and other than a small top-up between rounds, won't draw any extras. Do you push for a big score in the first round at the cost of having fewer cards available for the remainder? Goad your opponent into playing more cards to start the next round with a surplus? Success in Gwent relies on planning and decisiveness. Once you feel you've amassed enough of a lead (or are too far behind) you can pass the turn without playing a card. At this point you are out of the round and leave your opponent with free rein to complete the round as they see fit, with no danger of further interaction. At present there are five factions to choose from, each with their own cardsets and special abilities: Monsters: Big dumb creatures, and/or several little dumb creatures. Ability allows one unit to remain between rounds Northern Realms: Buffs, healing and resurrection. Ability makes your gold cards more powerful Scoia'tael: Ambushes and cards with no restriction on placement. Ability lets you choose who goes first at the start of the game Skellige: Units that benefit from having their strength reduced. Ability makes all your base units stronger in later rounds of the game Nilfgaard: Spies! Subterfuge! I have no idea what their ability does and should probably find out
  2. Well, next to nothing is known thus far about Suda51's recently announced new game, except that it looks to be full of a bit of the old ultraviolence, and that it's being released exclusively on Sony's new console somewhere in 2015. In the year 2026 AD, a large tectonic disturbance occurred causing mass destruction around the world. South Western Tokyo split off into the ocean and became an island covered by a deep fog. Continuous seismic activity then caused a large spire to rise out of the ocean through the island creating a tower-like structure that pierces the clouds. Many mysteries remain hidden from the eyes of mankind await those courageous enough to dare approach the tower… Players fight through a treacherous tower obtaining various types of weapons and armor while finding creatures and mushrooms to eat in order to stay alive. Upon death, a player’s “death data” is then circulated among other player’s games where they will appear as formidable opponents. The sharing of “death data” is one of the various asynchronous multiplayer elements that can be found in the game. Let It Die is a free-to-play hack and slash action video game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture. It was developed for the PlayStation 4, along with a companion app for the game to be playable on smartphones. E3 2014 teaser trailer: First trailer: Launch trailer: Well, that's my PS4 ordered then... >> Official website. First images: Killing and maiming in your underwear ftw?
  3. Is anyone else playing this? It's a surprisingly fun and well made game. Real time battler where you use cards to summon units. Starts off as Cowboys and Indians but eventually opens up into more genres.
  4. Bit of an odd one this. A full and complete F2P mmo that looks really nice, is insanely complicated and packed with systems, has plenty of f2p bullshit but is surprisingly kind on your time. http://l2.netmarble.com/en It's a mmo with full controls. Played isometric. You run around and hit things with your weapon and powers doing basic fetch and kill quests for idiots following a terrible plot. You have full control of your character and indeed that's the most efficient way to play. However. If you want to treat it as a more hands off experience you can set the game to auto quest. You need to interact to kick off quests and collect rewards but otherwise your character will head off and kill orcs all by themselves. They can be even set to grind mobs in a specific area if that's your fetish. Over the levels I've played so far (15) it's introduced me to many, many systems, daily dungeons, tower of insolence, forging, runes and god knows what else. Playing in auto mode it's surprisingly mellow. There's 269 levels so I'm guessing the wall will come at some point but for now it's a nice free distractions.
  5. It's a fairly new game available on steam, still in beta. Plays a bit differently from smash bros, more fast-paced but still just as addicting. If you want a friend to play it with, hit me up on steam. I'm fairly decent at it after a couple months of play.
  6. By Counterplay Games Play Now | Steam Official Site | Wiki | Reddit | PC Gamer Primer Release Date: August 23, 2016 (Steam) ABOUT IMAGES VIDEOS While it is still technically in open-beta the game will 'release' to version 1.0 on April 27. Now I'm not much of a card game connoisseur (I've only played Hearthstone for a couple of hours) but I do like strategy and this seems to offer it in spades! You choose a faction, place your cards on a grid where units can then move around freely, you outsmart your enemy for a bit and after a match you get currency to unlock new cards which then allow you to build a better deck and so on and so forth. You get the idea. Basically if you mix The Banner Saga with Hearthstone you'd end up with Duelyst... I think? Turns go by fast and while there's obviously some RNG involved the tutorial and matches against the AI haven't felt unfair (so far). Obviously I've not even scratched the surface here but have already won my first online game just now, hurray! So give this a try! It's free, looks gorgeous (seriously, how could you say no to those sprites?) and while I'd be the first to admit that a strategy game involving cards/deck building can feel a bit overwhelming, the short tutorial does a good job of establishing the basics and letting you then progress naturally. By the time you've had a few practice matches against the AI you're ready to go up against your first human opponent and take your first steps to world domination (add me to get rekt breh)! I'm curious to hear what the residential Hearthstone players make of this? How does it compare? Is it any good? Is it for casual plebs? Validate my enjoyment please.
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