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    ��<p>It's official, Hearthstone's next expansion pack will be called Whispers of the Old Gods, and we went to Blizzard's Californian headquarters to find out more.</p><p>True to the rumours, the old gods are coming to Hearthstone and will be bringing 134 new cards to the table, in addition to the launch of the game's new Standard and Wild variants.</p><p>For a variety of reasons, this is the most exciting expansion so far. For a start many of the old cards that fans of the game will be familiar with, are getting wiped away, like tears in the rain.</p><p>They'll still exist, safe for everyone to use in Wild mode, but in Standard mode you'll be playing with a reduced amount of cards, designed to counter the power creep that's currently afflicting Hearthstone.</p><p>But Blizzard has also removed some cards to remove their stranglehold on the meta.</p><p>It's a move that worked well for Wizards of the Coast's tabletop CCG Magic the Gathering, but Blizzard and their designers have managed to put their own spin on it.</p><p>The rotation will, unlike Magic, leave their classic set of cards intact, so players returning after a long time away will still have something to work with.</p><p>When the question of balance comes up, lead designer Ben Brode preaches caution - "The cost of nerfing a card is quite high for us, so we've been quite conservative with regards to nerfing."</p><p>"We still care about the balance in Wild," Brode says, "we're not just sweeping the cards we don't like under a rug."</p><p>But why focus this expansion on the Old Gods? The team liked the idea of working with a darker theme, especially creating "bizarro" versions of cards.</p>C'thun feel the noise<p>Playing with C'thun feels like a total game changer, and so that every player can have a crack at the big tentacley beastie, when you open your first pack of Whispers of the Old Gods cards you'll be guaranteed to receive a C'thun.</p><p>Soon you'll be able to pre-purchase a Whispers of the Old Gods bundle of 50 card packs for special one-time price of $49.99. This will also net you a card back with creepy animated eyes.</p><p>What about the three other old gods? There's similar support in the expansion, although this will be revealed more in the next few weeks.</p><p>C'Thun has the most support from other cards in the set but Blizzard is hoping you feel inspired to build a deck around each of the legendary gods.</p>Recipe for chaos<p>The final addition is the new tool - Deck Recipe. It's a much smarter version of the old deck helper for new players. Click on a recipe and if you have those cards it'll be built for you immediately.</p><p>If you don't have the card you'll be offered something that'll fit well - so if you're building a beast deck the game won't suggest you throw in a couple of Murloc cards.</p><p>If it can't work this out, it'll suggest the best card for you in a vacuum at the mana cost you need.</p><p>It's a small tweak, but a welcome one for anyone that's struggled through the deck helper utility.</p>Are you looking forward to playing the expansion? Let us know in the comments below.

    <p>Mobile giant Samsung has announced that after finding success with the GearVR, they plan to extend their line of Virtual Reality devices.</p><p>“We are working on wireless and dedicated VR devices, not necessarily working with our mobile phone” said the head of R&D for software and services Inajong Rhee at the Samsung developer conference today.</p><p>Rhee didn’t mention a solid timeline for any of the new headsets, but has expressed a desire to include hand and gesture tracking, although concedes that while VR is “amazing” the industry is “still at its infancy”</p><p>Samsung has also announced a new Gear 360 virtual reality camera, which will go on sale on April 29th and can capture 25.9mp photos and 3840x1920 high-resolution videos.</p>�&#;

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    �<p>Eden is a upcoming open-world survival game with RPG elements and co-operative multiplayer.</p><p>You'll venture into a sprawling landscape filled with enemies to fight and wildlife to hunt.</p><p>Collecting supplies throughout the world will let you craft tools, shelters, and recipes. As you explore, you'll also earn XP to upgrade skills and unlock new crafting blueprints.</p><p>However, you won't be alone in Eden. Other survivors roam the world, and you can team up with players to build a city together, clear out dungeons, and fight bosses.</p><p>Eden is currently in early development and will be releasing on mobile devices. You can learn more about the game here and follow its development on TIGSource.</p><p>It's been well over a year since it was first announced, but we've finally got our first sign that Mario Kart Tour is close to release. That sign comes in the shape of a closed beta that you can sign up to be a part of right now. Obviously though, there are a few provisos, so there's a chance you're not going to be able to get your name in the hat this time round.</p><p>For one thing, the beta is only taking place in two countries - the US and Japan, so if you're not based in one of those, or know some IP trickery, you're going to be out of luck. The beta is Android only as well, so if you're an iOS player looking to get in on it then you're going to have to wait a bit longer I'm afraid.</p>Mario Kart Tour? The series has been on the road for 17 years<p>If you meet those two criteria, there's still a chance you're not going to get on - there are some Android devices that won't be allowed in the beta, although what those are Nintendo hasn't revealed, so it's potluck whether the phone or tablet you're rocking is going to be able to take Mario and friends for a spin.</p><p>Should you meet those lengthy requirements, you need to click here to go to the Mario Kart Tour site and get signed up. Registration for the closed beta runs until May 7th, with the beta itself running from May 22nd until June 4th. There's a limited number of spaces in the beta, so if there are more sign-ups than slots, they'll be given out at random.</p><p>Interestingly, IAPs will be disabled during the test, which gives us some clue as to the shape Mario Kart Tour might have when it finally comes out for the rest of the world. Still, if the IAPs are disabled there's probably a bigger chance that this one's going to be a paid game with optional purchases, rather than a free to play game with an IAP economy.</p><p>What do you think? Have you signed up for the beta yet, or are you stuck in one of the many groups that can't get in? Let us know in the comments below.</p>Click here to check out all of the other latest scoops in our news section

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    &#;&#;<p>Sony's game-streaming service PlayStation Now officially launches for PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV in North America today.</p><p>It was beta launched back in October so don't be confused if you think you already have it. Today marks the service's official launch, is all.</p><p>The service costs $19.99 a month (or $44.99 for three months) and allows you to stream over 100 PlayStation games on whatever console or device you're using it on.</p><p>However, there is also a 7-day free trial you can give a go to evaluate if the service is worth the money.</p><p>You can see all of the games available here. Five new ones were also added today: God of War III, Dynasty Warriors 8, MX vs. ATV Supercross, Bomberman Ultra, and The Last Guy.</p><p>PlayStation Now is also available on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. When announced, it was said to also be coming to mobiles and tablets but that hasn't happened yet.</p>PlayStation Blog

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The size about Superheroes Fighting Games Shadow Battle v3.3.3 Updated V 3.3.3 APK is 45.73 MB.You can download Superheroes Fighting Games Shadow Battle v3.3.3 Updated V 3.3.3 APK to get unlimited money and win easily<p>Well, we're a bit late with the round-up this week. Blame the fact that most of us were out of the office at some point last week.</p><p>Also, we're pretty lazy. So just thank your lucky stars that you're getting one at all.</p><p>Anyway, here's a round-up of some of the other games that came out this week.</p><p>We've played them, we've looked at them with our critical eyes, and we've ranked them using a ten-point numerical score.</p>Battle Copters<p>Fly helicopters around reasonably sized arenas, blasting other players and bots with bullets and rockets. It's very free to play, and the controls take a while to click.</p><p>When everything slots in to place though, it's a slick and entertaining hovering dog-fight. The rhythm of the action is pretty fresh, and the explosions are all big and boomy.</p><p>There are lots of slightly confusing menus, and plenty of currencies to tut at, but if you like flying choppers around and blowing things up, you'll probably get a kick out of this.</p><p>7/10</p>Blendoku 2<p>Sort of a mix between a sudoku and a GCSE art class. You need to move hues around a board to create a sequence of colours that lead to the ones locked in on the screen.</p><p>It's a neat idea, and while it's not the most challenging puzzler out there, there's enough going on that you won't begrudge it its simplicity.</p><p>It does sometimes descend into trial and error when there are multiple colour paths on the board, but there are a huge number of levels here, and it's not your standard match-gumph puzzler either.</p><p>7/10</p>Blocktagon<p>There's a bit of Super Hexagon here, as you might imagine from the title. But where that game sent you cascading down a hill with little care for your safety, this one's a little more gentle.</p><p>Coloured blobs slosh in from the side of the screen, and you need to twist an octagon around so they hit a part of the shield that matches their hue.</p><p>Get it wrong and you open a gap in your shields, exposing your core. It's fun, but it feels a bit like a twitch game with the training wheels left on.</p><p>6/10</p>Tower Dash<p>An endless jumper with a bit of a twist. Rather than just leaping, here you're twanging around on a grappling hook. You tap to fire it, and it alternates between shooting right and left.</p><p>Hit the sides of the tower you're ascending and it's game over. Ostensibly it's a high-score chaser, but there's asynchronous multiplayer as well to challenge your friends or strangers.</p><p>The core loop at the centre is pretty tight, and the graphics are pretty smooth too. It won't challenge the likes of Crossy Road, but it's still a pretty decent lark.</p><p>6/10</p>Starlit Adventures<p>The offspring of Downwell and a Saturday morning cartoon. It's not as cruel or original as the vertical roguelike, but you're still smashing your way down through the earth.</p><p>Instead of gun-shoes, here you're riding some sort of animal that can bash through blocks. You unlock new equipment as you go, and your aim is to get to the base of the tunnel without dying.</p><p>It looks gorgeous, it's surprisingly challenging, and if you've got youngsters in your brood then they're going to lap it up.</p><p>7/10</p><p>We've been waiting for more news on Disruptor Beam's The Walking Dead: March to War for a while, and we've certainly got some more juicy tidbits to chomp on.</p><p>*There are some story spoilers here, so be warned.*</p><p>March to War is a story-driven multiplayer strategy game in which you fight alongside and against other survivors in a battle for resources. Oh, all while fighting the undead, of course.</p><p>In a detailed new blog post, Disruptor Beam Lead Narrative Designer Jessica Sliwinski goes over the approach to story development, as well as dropping us a few more images. When asked about the timing of March to War, Sliwinski says:</p><p>"As the name suggests, The Walking Dead: March to War takes place shortly before the events of Volume 20, "All Out War." Several key catalysts for the war have occurred (spoilers!); Abraham and Glenn's deaths, Negan's increased demands on Alexandria as well as other communities, Rick having met and formed an alliance with the Hilltop and the Kingdom against the Saviors. The powderkeg is about to explode… and then a horde of walkers arrives. This horde surrounds the D.C. area, trapping these four communities together along with many new independent ones. From there, The Walking Dead: March to War becomes a bit of an alternate universe."</p><p>So in March to War, the key events will have happened before Volume 20, setting the characters' backstories, but once you jump in the game's not tailored by the current comics.</p><p>I'd highly recommend checking out the full blog post as it tackles deeper talk on the narrative, more in-depth views on the council, and a new, original character, Amira.</p>

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