Nexon’s TCG title Mabinogi Duel is getting another content update and this time it features a collaboration with another franchise, that being BlazBlue. The new update will feature 24 new cards and dialog which is based off of the original storyline of the arcade game BlazBlue.
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Blizzard has announced what the next expansion will be for their popular cross-platform TCG title Hearthstone, and it will be called Journey To Un’Goro. If you are, or were, a player of World of Warcraft, you will already be familiar with the Un’Goro location, which was filled with dinosaurs and other fun furry playful creatures out to kill you.
Nexon’s TCG title Mabinogi Duel has also received an update which brings with it some new features and content, along with getting the game ready for in-game events that will begin later this month. For those of you not familiar with this game, it is based off of the franchise of the same name, Mabinogi.
The developers behind the upcoming Titanfall Frontline mobile game have decided to cancel the game for right now, citing that they want to make the game more refined. Since the developers, Particle City, are not happy with the game’s current status and quality, they’ve decided to cancel its launch for right now while they work on it.
Based on the eponymous board game, XenoShyft is a deck building game that’s now playable on Android. In this game, players will assume control of the NorTec army, specifically those that are assigned to defending a particular base which housed a mining operation that’s in search of a dangerous fuel source called Xenosathem. This fuel tends to pervert and mutate life that’s exposed to it.
Wizards of the Coast have announced that they will be reimaging the digital version of Magic the Gathering in the near future. The President of Wizards of the Coast, Chris Cocks, released an announcement yesterday which touched on the company’s plans for the digital version of their Magic the Gathering game.
Back in November 2016 we reported on a new Star Wars game heading our way soon from NetMarble called Star Wars: Force Arena. After a pre-registration period of a couple of months, the game has finally gone live on Google Play for everyone to download and start playing.
Attention Duelists! The doors are now open to Konami’s newest Yu-Gi-oh! game, Duel Links. US and Canadian fans can now ready their decks and battle for supremacy in player versus player duels with this faithful adaptation of the tabletop card game, optimized to take advantage of mobile devices.
Back in August of last year a rather unique game got released called Reigns. Since then it has done pretty well for itself, so much so that the original game will be getting an expansion of sorts, adding new cards to the game. On top of that, there will also be a sequel for Reigns coming out soon that will allow players to play as a Queen.
Richard Garfield’s Treasure Hunter is a drafting card game from Queen Digitals. Having played Magic the Gathering for 15+ years and enjoying drafting games, I ventured into Treasure Hunter with high expectations. Game-play consists of drafting cards for the purpose of winning either the maximum or min treasure for each of the three areas or to attack the goblins at the end of each round. After 5 rounds of play, scores are tallied and the game ends. I had a few problems with game-play.