Eh, with it not going to be on an android/iPod then it doesnt interest me much, will still try it but probably not get into it...
Hey wowhead. Where did you get that extended FAQ from? I can't see it on the Hearthstone web-site.Cheers.
Only concern is what financial/printing issues this will have for the TCG. But very excited about the game! <3
I know it might not seem like a big difference, but in your article you call this a trading card game (TCG) when it is in fact a collectible card game (CCG) and that is how Blizzard identified it in their panel today. This is notable because, one, you can't actually trade the cards, and two, Blizzard actually does have a WoW TCG that is run by Cryptozoic Entertainment, and is where those valuable "loot cards" come from. Hearthstone is not affiliated with Cryptozoic in anyway, and doesn't look to be as involved or complex as the existing TCG.You might consider editing your article to reflect that. As a proponent of the existing TCG, I'd like for people not to be confused about the two properties.
Looks like... fun to me.
Sorry man, April Fools's 10 days away. This may leave you sorely dissapointed but I think this game looks good.
Never been into card games but I've never really tried. This looks awesome, I'll check it out.
I think this will be a great break in game for the younger audience and also give us something to do during Tuesdays. Looks like to get card packs you either have to win pvp battles or you have the option to buy packs (most likely with a chance at better cards). I'll try it out, always fun to try a new game.