Loot Rascals, the new turn-based rogue-like from Hollow Ponds, walks that wonderful line between evoking what you love and know while also forging a path all its own.
Do not think this is simply a rehash of the same in-game experience as its own release however, as Gwent will potentially absorb just as many hours from its players as Wild Hunt.
Blizzard's name is an aptly-chosen one; this titanic game company is famous for its glacial development pace. New Blizzard projects usually have lengthy gaps between them, with release dates rarely getting mentioned until the product is finished and ready to ship. While it can be frustrating for fans to have to wait interminably long, this relaxed speed brings with it a creative atmosphere and quality games— as Shigeru Miyamoto so famously said, "A delayed game is eventually good. A bad game is bad forever." Overwatch marks the newest entry in the Blizzard library (and their first all-new intellectual property in over a decade), so let's take a moment to go back through the brightest points in the history of these legendary game-makers to better understand why their newest game garners such eager anticipation.
Pre-orders have begun for Animal Crossing's amiibo cards. Let's see scalpers try to ruin this one.
Boston Police prevented a potential tragedy by arresting two gunmen who threatened violence at the Pokemon World Championships.
The Skylanders series is expanding into card-based gaming with Skylanders Battlecast, which combines physical card play and mobile gaming.
Mojang, the developer behind the card battle game, Scrolls, has announced that it will be shutting down the game and "Echoes" will be its last content patch.
Blizzard has been promising its free-to-play card game, Hearthstone: Wizards of Warcraft, to mobile users and now they can finally get their hands on it.
For some people it's just not enough to have one broken record, such as Mamytwink and co who have decided to go for two new Hearthstone broken records at once.
NetherRealm Studios has launched the card-based, free-to-play mobile version of Mortal Kombat X on the iOS App Store, with its Android counterpart coming soon.