Marvel SNAP is the new digital card game from indie developer Second Dinner -- a new studio featuring many former Hearthstone team members -- but despite that pedigree, there's more to SNAP than Hearthstone, but Marvel.
With the rise in popularity of Dungeons and Dragons, there has been a substantial increase in people that are interested in immortalizing their characters in miniature form. If you’ve listened to our podcasts at all, you’ll likely know that miniature painting is a huge hobby of mine.
The World of Warcraft Classic demo is here for BlizzCon, and you're probably more than ready to get playing.
The broadcast of the Heroes of the Dorm finals on ESPN inspired a lot of people (myself included) to scramble for beta keys and jump into the Nexus. My previous experience with League of Legends made me hesitant to throw myself into Heroes of the Storm head-first; on the surface the two games do seem very similar, to say the least. However, after trying out a few different heroes and cycling through some of the maps it's clear that whatever misgivings I had with LoL thankfully did not carry over.
We were all newbies in our respective favorite games — and depending on the game, that could have been a very long time ago. But looking back on your newbiedom, you probably stumbled a bit (or, in my case, more than a bit) along the way before you figured out just what you were doing.