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Blizzard's Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft may not be an MMO, but it certainly has the internet astir with its addictive and approachable card-battling action. Bill Murphy's been playing it for a week or so now, and has some initial impressions to share.
The charm of Warcraft is all there, feeling of sitting down in an Inn in Elwynn Forest is something tangible, hovering over this “game board” dueling away against other heroes from the Warcraft lore. It’s very evocative, and what’s more, it’s very fun. I hesitate to call Hearthstone a TCG, because you won’t actually trade or compete for cards, but instead will earn more cards in-game or buy them for real money. Hearthstone will be F2P when it officially launches later this year, but something tells me card game fanatics will wind up broke opening booster packs.
Read the rest of Bill's Hearthstone: Bubbling Back Home Again.
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