In this video I take a look at the closed beta of the voxel based Minecraft-esque MMO that may have one of the best building systems in any game.
What happens when your starting hand has an Ingenuity Engine and you’re mana screwed for most of the game? Find out in this episode of Hex: Shards of Fate Multiplayer!
While testing out my new Blood Orc deck for an upcoming beginner’s guide deck building video, I had this epic win to prove that the deck is in fact worth using.
Having featured both Magic 2015 and Hearthstone on this channel previously, you could guess that I’m into online collectible card games, so when I first heard about Hex: Shards of Fate I was interested to see how it would turn out. It’s now possible for anyone to sign up for the Beta on their website, and these are my first impressions having gone through the tutorial and played some single player matches to unlock cards. I explain how this game compares to Magic and Hearthstone, so you’ll probably need to be familiar with one of those to follow this video properly.
Sign up to the beta here: http://hextcg.com/
In this episode of Hearthstone Multiplayer, I use my ludicrous Madder Bomber gimmick deck.
In the first ever VLOG review on The Random Nonsense Merchant, I review the crossover between two of my favourite series on the DS and 3DS, Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright.
In my second Hearthstone video I play some ranked games, after 200 wins with the Mage I see how many more I can get in one video.