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Blizzard's digital tabletop card game Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has had its first expansion come and go, bringing with it a variety of new "Deathrattle" cards (among others) to help players build more unique decks.

Not only was Naxxramas filled with phat lewt to gain, but the game's first single-player expansion brought to the table a relatively difficult Heroic Mode and fun Class Challenges. Overall, the price paid - either using in-game gold or real money - was well worth the value given, and our own Steve Farrelly takes a looking glass to what made this expansion tick, and where Blizzard could go with the ever-expanding Warcraft well of lore.

Check out our full Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Curse of Naxxramas review for all his juicy thoughts.



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