Coming this September to whichever stores will have it, Dropmix is a collaboration between toy maker Hasbro and music game masters Harmonix that sees players using cards placed on a game board to create unique mixes of licensed music via connected mobile device. Huh.
Two years ago Sean “Seanbaby” Reiley and friends released Calculords, a digital collectible card game powered by math. It was the best thing. Now they’re back with Calculords 2: Rise of the Shadow Nerd, which is supposedly like Calculords, only better in every way. I’m in.
The latest installment of Activision’s toys-to-life series series allows players to create their own Skylanders characters. Thanks to a mobile app launching alongside the game later this month, they’ll also be able to make 3D printed figures, playable trading cards and t-shirts featuring their creations.
Next month’s Evolutions expansion might be the end of the Pokémon Trading Card Game’s XY series, but it’s giving some of the very first cards in the 20-year-old game a powerful new beginning. Looks like Charizard’s lost a little weight.
Don’t look now, but your favourite video games are being infiltrated by the humble playing card.
Richard Turner may not be able to see, but that doesn't mean he cant destroy you when it comes to cards. Rightly so: he's spent years of his life practicing card tricks for up to 20 hours a day.
An entrepreneur in Dallas got in touch with me last month saying he had a product called Political Prisoners of China Playing Cards, asking if I'd like to review them. Chinese political prisoners. Playing cards. Dallas. I live in Beijing. It made no sense. How could I say no?
Assembled by a magical gathering of collectible card and video game talent, Card Hunter is a truly unique of deck building and tabletop role-playing that no fan of either should miss — and since it's browser-based and free, no fan has to.
Coming September 4 to iOS and Android from Konami, Star Wars: Force Collection is a free-to-play collectible card battler featuring more than 230 people, places and things drawn from episodes I through VI of the Star Wars saga. Here's hoping it isn't completely evil.
The graphics card marketplace can be quite confusing to the new PC gamer. There are no standardized labels, cards with the same number designation vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, and the internet is filled with people that swear their favorite piece of poly-processing hardware is the best. I've been buying…
The holidays are FULLY ON and with them come a slew of wonderfully creative holiday cards from some of your favorite video game developers and publishers.
One of my favorite things about the holidays is seeing all of the creative ways video game developers and publishers find to celebrate.
Coming this spring from Cryptozoic Entertainment, World of Warcraft: Clash of Champions is 423 cards worth of tabletop raiding fun for two to four players in one sexy $45 box.
Rather than adopting one of the many memory card formats readily available on the market, Sony is launching a special proprietary format for use in the PlayStation Vita. A format so magical it'll run you anywhere from $29.99 to $119.99 at GameStop.
Rage isn't just a shooter. Or a driver. Or a shooting driver. Or a sorta action game. Or a sorta role-playing game. It's also a post-apocalyptic game closet: A place where you can go to spend hours soaking in future Earth's take on card, music and dice games. Oh! And even play a little finger filet.
Combining the graphic design of collectible card games with the fast pace and accessibility of a board game, the iOS version of Gary Games' Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer is a godsend to fans of card-based gaming.
This week Nintendo released Pokedex 3D, a 3D Pokemon viewing application that you can download for free on the 3DS' eShop. They also were handing out Pokemon Augmented Reality Markers at their booth.
A former Wizards of the Coast employee from Burien, Washington stands to lose a lot more than his job as King County prosecutors file felony theft charges over the theft of $45,000 worth of rare Magic: The Gathering cards.
Telltale's crossover card game, Poker Night At the Inventory, has an official release date: Monday. For a $5 ante you can splash the pot with Strong Bad, Team Fortress' Heavy, Penny Arcade's Tycho and Max.