You don't need to have dropped 87 grand on an alpha Black Lotus to know that collectible card games have always been an expensive hobby. In the physical realm, a single competitive Magic deck can easily cost $200, but Hearthstone has always had a fuzzier relationship with cost. Technically, it's a free-to-play game, but if you want to build a competitive collection without spending a dime, it's a hell of a grind. In my analysis of the cost of Hearthstone, I estimated that a committed player will be able to amass around half a full collection, provided they're willing to play the game like a second job. Unsurprisingly, Hearthstone's rivals tend to be somewhat cheaper in order to create competition versus the market leader. Eternal even goes so far as giving advice on how to play the game without spending anything, presumably because the developers hate money and are trying to bring the system down from within. Into this environment arrives Valve's Artifact, which is upfront about … [Read more...] about How much will it really cost to build an Artifact collection?
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If you've paid even a little attention to Destiny 2: Forsaken, you probably know that it's the death of your pal Cayde-6 that kicks off the expansion's events. Early in the Forsaken campaign, you'll find Cayde's Will sitting in the Pursuits tab of your inventory. It's this item that guides you through the steps required to find and repair the Exo hunter's exotic hand canon, Ace of Spades.The Ace of Spades is a powerful weapon that can bring down hordes of enemies in PvE and deliver tons of damage to opponents in the Crucible. It's definitely worth getting, even though completing the quest steps is no easy task. Here's a rundown of how to complete each step.1. Finish the Forsaken CampaignThe first thing you need to do is to get the Ace of Spades from Uldren Sov, the person responsible for Cayde's death. To do that, you simply have to finish the Forsaken campaign.2. Bring the Gun to Banshee-44If only getting the Ace of Spades were as easy as finishing the campaign. But this is Destiny 2, … [Read more...] about How To Do Cayde’s Will And Get Ace Of Spades Exotic In Destiny 2: Forsaken
IT sounds too good to be true - being paid to sit in front of your computer watching animal or funny viral videos on YouTube all day long. But for a group of Finnish teens who earn up to €15 (£13) an hour doing this, it’s a reality. Neverthink is a kind of online telly, set up in November 2016 by two friends from Helsinki, Aviv Junno and Claus Nurro. The pair initially started it as a side project for themselves, as they thought it “would be cool if it were possible to watch YouTube and Reddit like you would TV.” On the Neverthink site, you can choose one of 32 channels to watch (like "Food", "Documentaries", "Comedy", "Fails" or "Memes") and you get served up an endless playlist of YouTube videos around that theme. It's just like TV - you can't fast forward or skip videos, and the channels always play a constant stream of clips, back to back. If you get bored of what you're watching you can just hop between the channels to find something else. Massive … [Read more...] about These teenagers are paid £13 an hour to watch YouTube videos… but critics think the reason behind it is sinister
WILL you ever have to pay for Facebook? And more importantly, how much would it cost? Billionaire boss Mark Zuckerberg recently mooted the idea of a paid-for Facebook, and one expert told The Sun it might actually happen. How can Facebook be free in the first place? Right now, Facebook is completely free. You don't pay when you download it, and you don't pay to use it. That's because Facebook serves you advertising when you log on. Companies tell Facebook who they want to advertise to. Then Facebook will charge those companies a fee, and show you their ads – generally based on your personal info. You shouldn't worry too much about this: Facebook doesn't sell your data to other companies. It simply asks those other companies who they want to target, and then does it for them. For instance, if you like a skiing page on Facebook, it's assumed you like skiing as an activity. A ski company would then be able to pay Facebook to show you their ski gear – but the company never … [Read more...] about Paid version of Facebook? Here’s how much it could cost you each month
Stardew Valley's multiplayer mode is getting closer and closer to a virtual farm near you. Lead developer Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone shared on Twitter that the new update is currently in the testing phase, which bodes well for progress on the ambitious new feature. Multiplayer support is the marquee new feature for Stardew Valley's upcoming 1.3.0 update, and thankfully we already know quite a bit about how it will work. Read on for more pertinent details from the developers themselves about farming with friends! How many people can play Stardew Valley multiplayer? Up to four players will be able to participate in a single game of Stardew Valley multiplayer. Soon after you start the game or install the update, Robin (the carpenter) will offer to build up to three additional cabins on your farm. This is where the other players - AKA the farmhands - live. They're free to wander around town and can do almost every activity available in single player, including farming, fishing, and cave … [Read more...] about Stardew Valley multiplayer is in QA now, here’s how it will play and more details