Internet Dragons TV: HEX

Jul 7 '13

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Internet Dragons TV: HEX

Like so many others, when HEX: Shards of Fate was first announced on Kickstarter, I watched it closely. It’s no exaggeration to say that I refreshed that page several dozen times a day, every day, watching its pledge total rising almost in real time. The concept of an MMO-TCG seemed like something that was so completely logical, that I wondered why no one else had ever considered creating one.

Certainly, there are massive pitfalls with anything MMO-related, however in this case, it wouldn’t feel so much like an MMO than an insanely deep TCG experience to be shared with friends. Again, a completely logical concept that makes one wonder why it had never been tackled before.

Perhaps it’s because of the investment required to make it truly feature-rich; which leads us to Kickstarter. Cryptozoic had already done a lot of work on the game client, and were looking for a measly $300,000 to complete it. What they walked away with was over 2.5 million between Kickstarter and their own site’s PayPal backer system.


We’re all invested in this game now; on a financial and emotional level. We’ve each grabbed a tier and are anxiously awaiting that alpha client.

In this episode, Vince, Tristan and I discuss the game. If you haven’t been keeping up with various news and updates, we’ll give you the lowdown on some of what’s been released and our thoughts on various aspects of the game. If you’re coming into this completely fresh, than enjoy, as we did when we first discovered this jewel.

Please note that all footage used for the video comes courtesy of and their Twitch channel. Check both sites for more videos which include developer commentaries.

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