Thursday Stream: HEX: Shards of Fate at 2:30pm PT/5:30pm ET

Thursday Stream: HEX: Shards of Fate at 2:30pm PT/5:30pm ET

Jaz will be playing the upcoming TCG, HEX: Shards of Fate and explaining how the game works - as best he can.

Following a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign over the summer of last year, Hex has slowly, but surely been building momentum. I'm currently playing the latest round of Beta, and I'm hooked. It's far more sophisticated than Hearthstone, and even gives Magic the Gathering a run for its money in terms of gameplay depth.

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The game includes both PvP and PvE components, and today I'm going to be playing the latter - more specifically, the Arena, which is a series of games against AI opponents. I've put together a simple deck so I can explain the mechanics of the game, and will see how far I can get in an hour.

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