WHy not :P seems interesting.
I will definitely try it. If it's fun and I really enjoy it I may even use some of my monthly gaming budget on it.
2. We don't know how long it's going to take to get in-game money. So, could be pretty grindy or SUPER grindy.
The only thing that really bugs me with this game is unbelievable amount of colour and gayishness ... not the gay gay, the old gay, where it means funny and colourful ...
I have the feeling that WoW has become more colorful over the years, and when Diablo 3 was anounced, i was shocked by the sheer amount of colour they've put into that game ...
and with Hearthstone ... well, look at it ... alot of colour, magic effects ... it is as if Blizz wants us to look at the background instead of the cards ... like it's some kind of distraction ...
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Absolutely. I have been wanting to get into card games for quite a while now, and this seems like a great opportunity. I find the Warcraft universe to be highly interesting as well. It's a win/win.
It's free, so sure, why not?
yeah ill try it
but i dont expect it to be more fun than the actual wow tcg
Definitly! I've never played such a game before so it would be nice to give it a try.
Absolutely I will. It looks fantastic.
I like CCG's and I liked MTG late 90's, which is my reason to give this game a shot.
I might play WoW but I don't care much for lore, I also never played W3/TFT alot so it's not because it says Warcraft or Blizzard that I'm excited to try it out, it's because it's a CCG which I've always liked.
Try it? Hell yes.
Enjoy it? Good chance!
Believed it could have been anything "BIG" at PAX East, when Blizzcon will be this year? Nope, I've long since learned NOT to hype myself up about much of anything.
Games are not necessarily "easier" today. You are just a better player.
It takes more now to impress many gamers than it did 2-5 years ago, because so much has already been seen and done.
Many players expect to be wow'd with every release of a beloved franchise.
These are generally NOT the fault of the developers, but the fault of many players over-hyping and/or setting expectations too high.
It's on my radar. I enjoyed pokemon tcg when I was a kid and spellfire later on but when my friends stopped playing I stopped having much interest in card games but it's free and looks like it's worth a go although I have my doubts I'll get too into it.
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A card game, not contingent on trading or buying cards, but actually me playing, yet I can still play against my friends?
And it's free?
Who wouldn't try this? You'd have to be a hateful person not to try it.