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Hearthstone is getting its first single-player campaign soon. Curse of Naxxramas will take you through a series of creepy boss fights to earn new cards for your deck. It will also sport a new board and class challenges. Read more

Described as a "musical exploration game," FRACT is finally coming out on April 22. According to developer Phosfiend Systems, players will explore an "unfamiliar landscape to discover the secrets of an abandoned world that was once built on sound." By solving puzzles, you'll bring the world back to life and create music in the game. Read more

Double Fine's cheatfest, Hack 'n' Slash, is targeting Steam Early Access and will hack its way there in just a couple of weeks. Read more

The four "Heroes Within" tables for Star Wars Pinball will be hitting on April 29. Zen Studios released a new trailer for the Droids table today to mark the occasion. Read more

Coming this fall to PC, PS4, and Vita, the new trailer shows off the numerous ways you can murder--and collect points, of course. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Apr 7, 2014 2:30PM PDT

Mojang has detailed several plans for updates to Scrolls, including a demo version that they say will help pave the way for an iPad and tablet port. Read more

The Elder Scrolls Online will get its first free update later this month, with a new challenging adventure zone called Craglorn. Read more

It's the first Saturday in April and that means it's time to take a look at the Shacknews Chatty community's latest exploits on Twitch. This week, our hardened crew of Battlefield 4 soldiers get together for their weekly Shackbattle along Siege of Shanghai and Paracel Storm. Meanwhile, Matt Burris takes players on a tour of Warframe, while raija rides with Weaver in Dota 2. Read more

PS4 and PS3 players have been digging through Super Motherload since November, but PC players get their first crack at the final version today, as it makes its way out of Early Access. Read more

by Ozzie Mejia, shacknews.com, Apr 4, 2014 2:30PM PDT

Creator Andy Schatz is ready to bid a fond farewell to his beloved heist game, Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine. The game's final update is being deployed today and it's appropriately titled 'Fin.' Read more