Today during a presentation titled "Blizzard Presents" at PAX East, World of Warcraft developer Blizzard Entertainment announced HearthStone: Heroes of Warcraft, a free-to-play collectible card game for the PC, Mac, and iPad. Gamers can sign up to beta-test the title today. The beta will launch this summer, while the full game is due out sometime in 2013. Explaining the game, a Blizzard representative said, "We wanted to do something a little different." The game, described as "really small," was built by a team of 15 developers at the Irvine, California, developer.
This games look pretty good and i will be watching this and seeing more of it but i will probobly be giving this a go
Microsoft gifts 1600 MS Points following Xbox Awards security breach
Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox Entertainment Awards voting app had leaked the personal information of a number of users online, and is offering free Microsoft Points as compensation.
Voting was suspended and the awards website taken offline for 'maintenance' following concerns of a security breach on Tuesday, March 19.
The platform holder has today sent messaging to affected users confirming the breach, which saw names, email addresses, Gamertags and birth dates exposed via an online web page momentarily.
Its nice to see a big company like microsoft give something back after something like this as we see some time that it is rolled under the carpet and nothing but a sorry is given, i bet some people are wishing they had their security breached for the sake of 1600 msp