Hearthstone's new solo adventure launches January 21, adds 35 new cards

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Hearthstone's new solo adventure launches January 21, adds 35 new cards

Presumably because it's hard to keep the arrival of an enormous, world-ending dragon under wraps for too long, Blizzard has announced that Galakrond's Awakening is scheduled to land on January 21. For those not keeping up with Hearthstone's current scaly shenanigans, said Awakening is the new solo adventure that's coming as part of the Descent of Dragons expansion.

League of Legends spawns another brilliant music video

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League of Legends spawns another brilliant music video

League of Legends Season 10 begins tomorrow, and to celebrate a new year and a new season, Riot's released another flashy music video. The cinematic features plenty of fights and a new cover of Imagine Dragons' Warriors, originally made for League of Legends World Championship 2014. Check out the video above. 

Exit the Gungeon will release for PC 'early this year'

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Exit the Gungeon will release for PC 'early this year'

Released exclusively for Apple Arcade last year, Exit the Gungeon is a spin-off of the beloved Enter the Gungeon. Basically, rather than delving downwards through increasingly dangerous dungeons, in the spin-off you're climbing upwards (usually via a hurtling elevator) in order to escape. The biggest difference is that the spin-off is viewed from a side-on perspective, rather than the original game's top-down perspective.

This Fallout 76 CAMP trap is a brutal and hilarious math test

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This Fallout 76 CAMP trap is a brutal and hilarious math test

Camps in Fallout 76 are meant to be cosy places for storing your gear and hosting charming post-apocalyptic tea parties. But over time they've established a second function: they're excellent for trapping and murdering other players. The latest innovation in this murderous niche is 'math camp': basically a trap that requires the victim to solve a math problem before they can escape.

We found a $10,000 gold-plated keyboard and ripped a key off of it

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We found a $10,000 gold-plated keyboard and ripped a key off of it

If you've ever thought to yourself, "Boy, I wish I could throw an obscene amount of cash at some stupid piece of gaming tat just to prove to the world that money means nothing to me," the good folks at XPG might have something that's right up your alley. At the now-underway CES 2020, the company is showing off a keyboard that's literally plated in gold, and we got to play with it.