Jeff Kaplan at Blizzard stated “We are going to make significant improvements to the loot box experience,” Kaplan explains, stating that the team is going to “drastically reduce the rate of duplicates that you’ll get out of any loot box.” So this means a drastic decrease in getting sprays from lootboxes constantly. A great thing to happen here.
Some of the year’s best video games were also released for PC and Mobile platforms. Cast your vote below for which game you think is the best of 2014. If you don’t see yours on the list, then you know what to do by now; click “other” and write it in.
Voting starts today and ends Jan 7, 2015. Winners will be announced shortly after. If you haven’t already, you can cast your vote for the best games on other platforms as well:
Best PC Game
Best Mobile Game
Stay tuned for the chance to vote for the Best Overall Game of 2014.
Behold my minions, a new role playing game card game unlike most others. A strategic, chess-board style battlefield is combined with decks of cards that give players a brand new spin on the genre that’s been booming since the advent of digital MTG games as well as Blizzard’s foray into the subject. This game though, is pretty much everything I ever wanted in an RPG card game. Visual representation of the cool stuff the cards say on them, something tangible to track progress of on-screen, and actual gameplay (not just cards).
Unlike a lot of Steam games that have come out lately, this one seems like an honest attempt at good gameplay rather than a cash-in on existing market trends. That alone is worth giving its Beta a try. Honestly, I’m stumbling over myself trying to explain this one, JUST WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW!
Watch the new trailer for World of Warcraft, which focuses on the Hearthsteed mount. This mount cannot be bought or sold and can only be earned through the free-to-play card game Hearthstone. Check out the trailer below to see it in action and learn more.