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Reviews of Hearthstone
By Artemis228, March 2nd, 06:51
Pay2win or an actual free game?
The first time I played this game was 2014, when there were no expansions. It was fun, free, and even balanced. However,after sometime you get bored of the same cards,so blizzard came up with an idea of expansions that would make the game more fun. You can buy card packs and so called adventures for the gold that you can get for completing daily quests which aren't difficult. So it meant that we could enjoy the new expansion for free. The card were fun and even the adventure was hilarious,however blizzard started to release a new expansion every 4,5 months that led to balance and donut problems. Nowadays,the game is fun,however you should spend some money in order to keep up with the meta that is constantly changing. Of course,you can actually get all the expansions for free,but it would take ages,so don't consider playing this game if you don't want to donate money,but want to play with all the decks you want.
By Jbbrack03, January 27th, 03:39
A true Blizzard Masterpiece
Hearthstone has quickly established itself as the go-to destination for digital TCG (Trading Card Game) enjoyment. Blizzard's approach to gaming is to make their games easy for anyone to pick up, and difficult to master. Hearthstone follows this tradition. In hearthstone, each player creates a 30 card deck of cards, and uses them to defeat their opponent.
The game has a great deal of depth. There are numerous strategies to try, and there are many characters to master. Each character in the game has a special ability that sets it apart from the other characters. The Hunter for example can deal two damage directly to the opposing player, but can't directly target creatures on the game board. The Mage can target either the opposing player or creatures on the board, but only deals one damage.
In addition to the unique features of each playable character, the types of cards and abilities in the game create numerous possible combinations for strategy. You can play a bunch of cheap spells and cheap cards and try to rush your opponent before he/she has time to get their strategy rolling. You can use defensive cards to control the board and prevent your opponent from dealing meaningful damage to you. You can line up cards to create a one-hit kill that takes away all of your opponent's health in one swoop. The strategic possibilities are really endless.
Hearthstone also frequently rewards the player with free packs of cards to flesh out their collection, and new challenges to keep things interesting. There are monthly seasons where players compete against each other to attain the highest rank, and unlock unique rewards. Blizzard frequently releases single player expansions that introduce new twists on gameplay, and they release expansions to the game that shake everything up and send players scrambling to quickly develop new strategies.
Hearthstone is available for free from Blizzard's Battle.net App on PC, and is also available for both iOS and Android Mobile devices. The same account and card collection are shared between platforms, making it easy to play at virtually any moment.