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<p>Following the release of Gwent's most recent expansion back at the end of June, the Witcher Card Game has now begun a second season of Journey. This was a feature that was previously available in the game and it will be sticking around for three months.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar, Journey is effectively the CD Projekt Red version of a Battle Pass, offering players an additional progression system. Players will net themselves rewards by levelling up from wins in Standard, Seasonal and Arena mode. There will be over 100 levels in this new Season of Journey with a plethora of rewards on offer. Among them will be unique ornaments and special points that can redeem items through Gwent's in-game reward book.</p>
"I wonder why people so commonly suppose that if two individuals are both writers they must therefore be hugely congenial," said Anne, rather scornfully. "Nobody would expect two blacksmiths to be violently attracted toward each other merely because they were both blacksmiths."
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The Shepherd and the SheepLove made them not; with acture they may be,<p>Oh joyous day, we've gotten a real look at what to expect with Nintendo Switch's Online service AND finally had news on the long-awaited Cloud saves too. Sure, it all comes bundled in with Ninty's packages, but I'm not really surprised.</p><p>Earlier today, Nintendo revealed a full list of details regarding the Online service and here's what it'll cost you:</p>1 Month - £3.49/€3.99/$3.993 Months - £6.99/€7.99/$7.9912 Months - £17.99/€19.99/$19.9912 Months (Family membership) - £31.49/€34.99/$34.99<p>We've had inklings, but not been totally sure what the Online service will bring. We knew that we'd get access to online play, the Switch Online smartphone app, and exclusive members-only offers. However, aside from Cloud saves, there'll also be 20 NES games on launch - these include titles like Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, and more.</p><p>Memberships can be purchased on the Nintendo eShop or the official website once the service launches in September.</p><p>Though you won't be able to play online if you don't grab a membership, you'll still be able to access the eShop, manage/add new friends, upload pictures/videos, get system updates, read news, and use the Switch Parental Controls.</p>
The Gunner: Stickman Gun Hero Mod The Gunner: Stickman Gun Hero v1.1.6 mod Features:Unlock all skin weapons[Note] Always disconnect the network to run free advertising“The Gunner” is a new exciting timekiller from BYV Games. Meet stikmen armed to the teeth with Mohawk haircuts and M16 automatic rifles.As always, the game has a simple intuitive control: aim, fire.Hit enemies with a hail of bullets from your AK-47, the Minigun, the good old Desert Eagle or launch a rocket against the enemy.This is the first version of the game, so rate it, write your wishes and comments.Have a nice game.<p>Minecraft developer Mojang has reduced the price of its collectible card game Scrolls ahead of its forthcoming release on tablets.</p><p>The Scrolls beta has been available on Windows and Mac since June 2013 for anyone who pays the £13 / $21 asking price.</p><p>That price has now been dropped to just $5 (£2.99) so that it suits the typical price range for tablet games.</p><p>"Our current price of $21 isn’t feasible for tablets," Mojang wrote on the Scrolls blog.</p><p>"As you probably already know, games are cheap on those things. Free-to-play would be an option, but we’re not keen on the way that that form of monetisation can affect gameplay."</p><p>Mojang's aim for Scrolls is to have an active cross-platform community playing competitively against each other.</p>