Bastion isn't the only one being nerfed. Blizzard today announced that it would be balancing its Hearthstone collectible card game with several card nerfs in a patch for both iOS and Android. The update is being rolled out to improve the "long-term health of both Standard and Wild.," according to a blog post.
After rolling out the heavily requested ability to battle other trainers, Niantic announced its 2018 Holiday plans for Pokémon GO. The festivities begin on Tuesday, December 18 with the return of Delibird the Delivery Pokémon and all types of wintry bonuses. Starting tomorrow the Pokémon GO universe will officially enter winter as more Ice-types start appearing in the game. Pokémon will also be getting in the holiday spirit with outfits, such as festive hats.
What is the point of capturing the best Pokémon if you can't show them off to other trainers. That's what a lot of Pokémon GO players have been wondering as the game's developer Niantic bleeds active players. Over the last few years Niantic has added a lot of new features and rare Pokémon to collect, but it has taken them a bit too long to finally add what everyone has been asking for since the game's launch -- a way to battle other trainers.
With the help of Dr. Eggman Robotnik, the evil Dremagen has trapped different characters from the SEGA universe in her negative dimension. You must build a team of SEGA heroes to defeat Dremagen and her evil clones. On paper SEGA Heroes should be a slam dunk, but it's just another run of the mill, free-to-play battle RPG. What makes it interesting is all the different SEGA characters you can battle and unlock.
Kingdom Rush is a medieval tower defense series where your goal is to defend your kingdom against invading forces. Vengeance flips the franchise on its head by putting the player in control of Vez’nan -- an evil wizard determined to get his revenge. The goal of Vengeance is to conquer the kingdom instead of defending it.