Posts Tagged ‘Cards’

Gwent gets complete redesign ahead of October launch

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Perhaps I did not appreciate The Witcher 3 enough at launch. I have a personal reason: I was on deadline to churn out an interview for a 100 hour game and I had less than 48 hours in which to do it. It’s as if games journalism has some broken cogs? I dunno, spitballin’ here. But I keep dipping back into the game, finding new reasons to love it, and finding a new level of appreciation for just how many games live within this one shell. I’m simply never had time for Gwent, so I’ve been waiting for the game to launch proper to give it my full attention.

I’ve got to wait a bit longer for Gwent to leave beta, but based on yesterday’s announcement it seems like CD Projekt Red knows that the wait will be worth it.

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Romance Is On The Cards: Regency Solitaire

I would like to play a game about romance and balls (this kind of ball) in Regency England. Ideally, it’d make for a pleasant holiday destination, away from the interstellar wars and fantasy fighting that make up my working life. If such a game took the form of a Solitaire-based puzzle game, I’d be as happy as the folks in “ever after”.

Imagine my delight when I saw that Regency Solitaire [official site], a game I’ve admired from afar with a certain Darcy-like faux-disdain, is now available on Steam.

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