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    by Published on 07-28-2015 01:24 PM
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    Jason Brenner sat down with IGN to talk about Vs. System 2PCG, and as the article says, it's "strategy to compete with Magic, Yu-Gi-Oh! and Pokemon". It's an interesting read, but the thing that will interest you most are three new cards: Spider-Man (Main) and Cable (Supporting)!


    Spider-Man and Cable have been added to our sister site; CCGDB.com.
    by Published on 05-20-2015 12:40 PM
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    It's happening! Vs. System is being relaunched as Vs. System 2PCG (2-Player Card Game). The Vs. System 2PCG Facebook Page is now coming online! Stay tuned! ...
    by Published on 05-14-2014 10:04 PM
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    May 14, 2014 (Renton, WA) – Today Wizards of the Coast LLC, a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS), filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington against Cryptozoic Entertainment, LLC and its alter ego, Hex Entertainment, LLC (collectively, “Cryptozoic”), for willful infringement of intellectual property rights.

    Cryptozoic develops and publishes the digital trading card game, Hex: Shards of Fate, a clone of the world famous tabletop collectable trading card game, Magic: The Gathering®, and its digital expressions, Magic Online® and the Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers® franchise.

    “Hasbro and Wizards of the Coast vigorously protect our intellectual property. This infringement suit against Cryptozoic demonstrates that while we appreciate a robust and thriving trading card game industry, we will not permit the misappropriation of our intellectual property” said Barbara Finigan, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Hasbro. “We attempted to resolve this issue, but Cryptozoic was unwilling to settle the matter.”

    The suit includes claims for copyright, patent and trade dress infringement.

    Source: wizards.com
    Published on 12-12-2013 03:00 PM
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    Hello everyone! Shaggy here and I am super excited to talk about Hex’s newest feature. For those of you that missed last week’s Kickstarter update, this patch features tournament functionality. I know the word ‘tournament’ can be intimidating to new players. But, don’t view tournaments as only a competitive feature. Tournaments can be a fun and efficient way to quickly test deck ideas against multiple players; you may even face an opponent with a similar deck and share your ideas. It’s a great way to make new friends and win some prizes at the same time.


    Published on 11-27-2013 08:58 AM
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    Know Issues
    • Adding Frost Wizard to any deck will cause that deck to be illegal.
    • Cards in game screen are a little brighter than we would like.
    • Clicking on a player's name to begin a whisper does not currently work. You must use /w
    • Players can get stuck in /w chat mode and have to use /general or /local to get back out of /w chat mode

    General
    • Victory screen has been updated.
    • Having no decks will no longer stop you from making new ones.
    • You can now view all cards in a graveyard.
    • The text box will now show you to whom you are chatting.

    Cards and Champions
    • Hex Engine, Eternal Guardian, Curse of Oblivion, and Protectorate Defender have all been fixed and no longer create illegal decks.
    • Nin the Shadow image will now correctly appear on the chain.
    • Text on Countermagic has been corrected.
    by Published on 11-21-2013 01:30 PM
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    NEW KNOWN ISSUES
    • At minimum resolutions Shards of Fate is difficult to use. The UI portion is obscured.
    • Prime Blood Orb of Brutality is not functioning.

    GENERAL
    • Fixed the coin flip so that you have a chance to win in all situations.
    • Cards in the graveyard are now viewable.

    CHAT
    • Using the up arrow key will cycle through your last 20 chat entries you submitted.
    • Added slash commands for social features: /friend, /ignore, /unignore.
    • You can now chat on the Home page.

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    Published on 10-25-2013 03:02 PM
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    With patch 812-B, we’ve implemented Socketing into the game and you can begin customizing your cards with gems. For those of you that may need a primer on what these gems do, you can visit our Socketed Cards web page.


    Gems are items that you ‘socket’ into your cards that feature a ‘gem socket’, and these gems will fundamentally change the way the card plays. By matching gems with different cards, you can create a multitude of gameplay effects, and customize your deck and play experience like never before! Let’s walk through the process so you can quickly gem your cards and enhance the power of your deck. [...]

    Published on 10-25-2013 02:00 PM
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    General
    - Fixed AI logic to remove some instances of games versus AI hanging. If you do get a hang the first thing to try is to hit the space bar a few times.
    - Fixed some more issues of the Pass Priority bar not appearing. There are still more so keep those reports coming!
    - When you log in, your collection will be compared to a master list of available cards. If you are missing any cards they should now be replaced.
    - Many fuzzy images are now much sharper.
    - Hex Moon on the matchmaking screen is no longer blinding.
    - Some instances of game stalling have been addressed. There are still more out there.
    - You can no longer select illegal decks.
    - The challenge prompt will time out in 90 seconds.
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    by Published on 10-24-2013 08:59 PM
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    CRYPTOZOIC ENTERTAINMENT PARTNERS WITH GAMEFORGE AND LEVEL UP! TO BRING HEX: SHARDS OF FATE TO PLAYERS WORLDWIDE
    Publishing Partnerships Extend Global Reach of HEX to Europe, Latin America and the Philippines
    Irvine, Calif – Oct. 24, 2013 – Cryptozoic Entertainment, developer and publisher of board and card games, today revealed strategic new partnerships with Germany-based Gameforge and Philippines-based Level Up! to expand the company’s international reach and support for its wildly successful crowd-funded project, HEX: Shards of Fate. Gameforge and Level Up! will expand the world’s first Massively Mutiplayer Online Trading Card Game experience to Europe, Latin America and the Philippines.
    “Our number one priority has always been to create the best possible experience for players regardless of where they live,” said Cory Jones, president and chief creative officer, Cryptozoic Entertainment. “We’re extremely proud of the fact that HEX is one of the first multi-million dollar Kickstarter projects to successfully deliver playable product to our loyal backers and our partnerships with Gameforge and Level Up! will give us inroads to reach new players around the globe.” ...
    Published on 10-07-2013 11:52 AM
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