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Blizzard's digital collectible card game, Hearthstone, will soon undergo a significant transformation — its second-ever set rotation. Basically, many cards currently considering legal for the game's "Standard" format (which is used for almost all tournaments) will no longer be so, forcing players to alter their decks if they want to continue playing in the format. For regulars, that was already enough to deal with, but Blizzard has revealed another surprise — the rotation of powerful, evergreen cards, once considered untouchable.


It's neat when developers go to great lengths to replicate real places in their games, though when it comes to Australia, those situations are few and far between. The most notable case in recent times is Forza Horizon 3 and its, uh, interpretation of the Great Ocean Road. If you've been waiting for a detailed comparison of the game's digital locales and how they match reality, Aussie YouTuber "Toddlez" has exactly what you need.


The Resident Evil series has always been polarising. While recognised as a classic, the first game with its fixed camera angles and tank-like controls could be massively off-putting. Resident Evil 4 again divided players with its revamped, more action-orientated take and with RE5, it was the addition of co-op. We all agree the sixth instalment was naff, which forced Capcom into reboot territory. Despite playing with fire by going first-person, the result, as Honest Game Trailers explains, is rather good.


The release of the former Wii U exclusive Yoshi's Woolly World to the Nintendo 3DS demonstrates once again that gaming menus are best when they're lists. Nothing fancier is needed. We don't need to be able to wander every which way through them.