Between its friendly design and its flexible approach to a free-to-play economy, Hearthstone has successfully pulled me into a genre that I didn't care about in the least. But even more incredibly, it's kept me rapt longer than any games I've played in years, and shows no signs of letting up.
A perfect card game. While i fell off the bus long time ago, I regret none of the time I invested in this game. Amazing voice-acting, cleverly crafted cards, and while some of the decks were absolutely crazy (ekhm, Pirate Warrior) the game balanced greatly most of the time between the absolute power-fantasy and RNG based gameplay.
Hearthstone is a remarkably enjoyable and finely-crafted card game. Coming from someone who typically isn't drawn to card games, it managed to hook me in. Being intertwined with the Warcraft universe is definitely a major plus, but even if you look solely at its gameplay, it's undoubtedly a solid 10/10 in my books.
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is the best digital collectible card game for everyone. Easy to learn and difficult to master. The musical score and sounds are just like the Warcraft Universe. But if you are a Magic: The Gathering player, you definitely won't like it.
For now, Hearthstone is very much a triumph, and with a mobile client rolling out there’s a sense that we’re at the beginning of a phenomenon rather than in the midst of one. Yet again, Blizzard seems to have played its cards absolutely right.
Falando do hearthstone clássico, que não era pay to win e era sobre habilidade e não em sorte, é 10 o jogo que teve e ainda deve ter as melhores artes e dublagens. Eu engoli esse jogo n parei de jogar por meses diversão pura antigamente. (hoje em dia o jogo é pay to win)
Superfun and cozy game that relies too much on p2w and RNG.
It's the only card game i've ever played and i've played it for years casually. Just how it's made is amazing - that playfulness and graphics, combined with how sharp it's gameplay is. With that said, it is a very expensive game to play and sadly it's not made with consumer in mind, but made to make money and thus most people cannot have fun and play different decks if they want to be competiive without paying several hundred dollars a year. But if you can afford it, it's a fun game.
*Free to play (Haha, yeah right... im just joking)
* Expensive as hell
* P2W to a certain extent. You have a to have a good deck to be competive and most of the good decks require you to buy cardpacks for real money, but when you have a good deck and faced with other good deck your skill and meta knowledge will determine if you rise in the ranks.
* Not made with consumer in mind
* Too many expensions released per year (for them to make more money).
* RNG heavy
I'm one of the idiots who spent a ton of money on this game, I started in 2016 and I'm planning on quitting in 2020. They improved the game a lot but it's too expensive, the game is pay to win because getting gold in this game takes way too long. Crafting cards in this game with dust is just so unfair as well. If Blizzards cuts crafting costs by 50%, I'll give hearthstone a positive review but at the moment it's just negative or mixed, the game is too expensive for people to get into, I understand Blizzard needs to make money but the crafting costs make this game way too expensive. Sadly the game mechanics and the 10 card, 7 monster, 30 life, and 30 card system is really fun but the card pack prices and especially the crafting costs ruin the game. A good game ruined by its costs, try Legends of Runeterra instead, even Yu-Gi-Oh is a bit cheaper if you just buy a few structure decks.
Summary: Hearthstone is a free-to-play digital strategy card game that anyone can enjoy. Players choose one of nine epic Warcraft heroes to play as, and then take turns playing cards from their customizable decks to cast potent spells, use heroic weapons or abilities, or summon powerful characters to crush their opponent.