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Solitaire is a popular card game, and many people enjoy this pastime.
For a game genre based on little pieces of cardboard, it’s surprising how many card games opt to portray death, violence and combat. Luckily, we have Signs of the Sojourner, out today on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch, which instead uses cards to represent the back and forth of conversations.
Here, we take a look at a variety of card games, both old and new, that you can play on your Xbox.
Indie publisher Digerati have confirmed that the card-battling action strategy game Golem Gates is getting a release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch this April. An ancient threat is coming and it’ll be down to you to protect the world against it – that’s just the hand you’ve been dealt!
Once upon a time it was simply a popular mini-game in the taverns of The Witcher 3, but now GWENT is the sole focus of a fully fledged title after spending an age in Game Preview status. That’s right, GWENT: The Witcher Card Game has officially arrived on Xbox One and it won’t cost you a penny to play.
Prepare to delve back into the same universe in which monster slayer Geralt of Rivia plies his trade, but this time, in Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales, it’s all about a war-veteran queen named Meve. Are you ready to experience a choice-driven tale full of interesting characters that merges the RPG genre with card battling?
It's not often you get something for free in this world, but today sees you given just that chance. Eternal - the strategic card player that has previously wowed crowds on PC and mobile - has arrived on Xbox One... and it's truly free-to-play.
Interested in all things card based? Well, Digerati have just released a bundle that includes the rogue-like deck builder Monster Slayers and the harsh survival card game of Frost.
Gwent may just be one of the most popular games-within-a-game the industry has ever seen. After all, it wasn’t just a few who were taken in by the joys of Gwent, millions of players took to the many taverns of The Witcher 3 just to battle it out with their hard earned deck of cards. The announcement that we’d be getting a standalone title of the card game sensation was enough to send gamers everywhere into a frenzy, but when that announcement mentioned it would arrive as a free-to-play title, it was probably too much for many to handle. Finally though, the wait is over. Almost.
You may be familiar with Dandy Ace, for just over a year ago it was present as part of the [email protected] Summer Game Fest Demo event, kicking around with 70 other titles, all vying for your attention. Now though Dandy Ace hits the big time with launch on Xbox, via Game Pass and on Nintendo Switch.
It's probably already the favourite game of many a rocker out there, but today as a 3-track song pack arrives from the Cardigans, it just begins to cement Rocksmith's place at the top of the music tree. You won't want to erase or rewind this DLC pack!
Arriving on Xbox and PC today as well as jumping straight into Xbox Game Pass is the turn-based roguelike Ring of Pain. A card game where the encounters come to you!
The common thread between today’s new Game Pass additions is strategy, depth and RPG nerdiness. Get in the Mountain Dew and Doritos, as this is going to be a long night’s gaming.
If you like your shooting multiplayer and with your backs to the wall, then Game Pass has two new servings for you.
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Promising a base game of 35 hours, doubling that when you take in the side quests on offer, players on all modern formats can now find themselves fully immersed in Astria Ascending. And if you've got a Game Pass subscription, that world will open itself up for free.
We’re hopping in the sleigh and heading for the ‘Holiday Period’ which means big games are coming for our wallets in October 2021. There’s the nailed on Christmas Number One in the form of FIFA 22, of course, but there’s more blockbusters here than on a 1990’s high street. Tell us when to stop: Far Cry 6, Back 4 Blood, Alan Wake Remastered, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Riders Republic…
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Created by a small team of like-minded folk at Glass Bottom Games, SkateBIRD finally nails the landing required for success on Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC, bringing with it some Xbox Game Pass twists for good measure.
Deck-builders and card games have really come to the fore in the last 12 months or so. In fact, there are a ton of decent options for gamers looking to flip their decks present on nearly all the digital stores. Today though we get one more - The Magister.
We love Game Pass, not just because it's a cheap and easy way to experience an array of games that we may not otherwise have bothered with, but because the continually revolving door sees new experiences come in, and go out, on a regular basis. That's the case today as 4 new games launch into Xbox Game Pass.
Remember when August was a quiet month for gaming? The summer holidays were a time to go outside, kick the football into your neighbours’ garden countless times and then you could get an ice cream for just 50p. Now though, August is as busy as all the other months; just this month we have had Psychonauts 2, Twelve Minutes, Hades and Lawn Mowing Simulator to name but a few. And with releases aplenty, you can expect some easy Gamerscore! Thankfully we are here to point you towards the easy achievements yet again for the games released on Xbox during the month of August.
Previously having led a PC-exclusive life, HandyGames have unboxed their cooperative cardboard platformer Pile Up! Box by Box to Xbox, PlayStation and Switch.
Cardaclysm: Shards of the Four is a case of Emperor’s New Cards. It’s one of the finest looking card games out there, but it’s hiding a frustrating, buggy experience and a battle system that leans too heavily on a good first turn. It’s not a complete disaster (or cardaclysm) but these are all avoidable problems that hunt Cardaclysm: Shards of the Four down, like one of its Cursed Beings.