This may not be possible, as it would require the support from of both Microsoft and Sony, as well as Apple on iOS devices. Currently the only account that can be transferred are the UWP installs to the GOG version of the PC title. In order to make the mobile environment viable, CDPR needs to figure out a way to ensure you can pick and play your current decks on the go. Additionally, any progress you make on the phone while sitting at a bus stop or on your lunch break at work should be eagerly waiting for you on your desired platform once home. … [Read more...] about Gwent On Mobile: Features It Needs To Compete
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Perhaps the most contentious announcement was that the previous announced Fallout 76 would be online-only and contain no singleplayer mode or living NPCs. Bethesda took pains to avoid the term 'MMO' for their latest entry in the Fallout series, instead going with the latest industry code word 'shared-world' to describe Fallout 76. The multiplayer aspect will mark a stark departure from other games in the series, with comparisons being made to games like Rust and DayZ. While many were disappointing in the direction of Fallout 76, its likely that this game will be a complement to the series and not a replacement of the traditional singleplayer numeric releases. … [Read more...] about The Weekly Raid: What Are Your Thoughts On E3 2018?
This is meant as a combination of both D&D-style prestige classes and Job System-style artistry. As you level, you equip individual “careers” as level blocks, so (for example) your Blood Elf ends up with Blood Knight, Silver Hand Paladin, and Sunwalker as three 20-level blocks. But what if you want to learn, say, how to be a Spellbreaker? You pick that up and level it, enjoying the benefits of the level cap while also gaining experience and improving your Spellbreaker. And not every career has 20 levels; some have 10, some have 5. You can custom-tune what you’ve got set up, and you can always pick up something new. As a result, you never need to introduce new classes, but every class has lots of options for what can be accessed, and you can restrict entry into any given career based on core class. (For example, a Paladin can learn to be a Footman or a Grunt or a Spellbreaker, but not how to be a Pyromancer or a Demonologist.) … [Read more...] about Massively Overthinking: What would you want out of a World of Warcraft 2?
As you probably know, WordPress is not just a personal publishing platform it’s the preferred platform for a business website as well. Today thousands of business websites use WordPress as their Content Management System (CMS) and to build their website. Why? Because you can transform your WordPress blog into almost anything you can imagine. And that exactly is the reason why WordPress is web’s preferred platform to create a personal blog, business blog, business website, or a personal or a business portfolio website. … [Read more...] about 12 Premium Single-Page/One-Page Business WordPress Themes
I personally am a fan of Elder Scrolls Blades. I think it does a good job of representing the Elder Scrolls feel on a mobile platform. There are issues with the whole chest timer mechanic, but I expect that sort of thing from a mobile game. There doesn’t seem to be a single mobile game on the market that does not have at least one bitter pill that you have to swallow. I am however super excited to see that the game is coming to the Switch and will feature cross-save and cross-play with the mobile version. I enjoy playing this on my tablet, and I like the idea of being able to pick up my switch and have a more immersive experience. I think this will do well… and I really want Nintendo to take this idea to heart and finally give me Dragalia Lost on the Switch. … [Read more...] about E3 2019 Rundown – Part 1