Articles tagged with: Magic The Gathering
The Magic 2014 Expansion gives players the opportunity to explore new planes, fight new enemies and face new challenges. Available on Xbox LIVE Arcade, PC via Steam, PlayStation Network, iPad, and Android tablet via Google Play and the Amazon App Store, fans will also enjoy the following features:
Five New Playable Decks
- Unlock 280 unique cards over multiple battles.
New Campaign Levels
- Battle through six new single-player campaign levels, exploring the planes of Ravnica and Kamigawa.
Five New Challenges
- Fiendish puzzles to test strategic thinking.
- Unlock new persona portraits, achievements, trophies …
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I will telecast my punch for this article by saying I think you should buy this game if you love magic the gathering, even with its flaws it will still give you hundreds of hours of enjoyment for the amount of money you invested into it. But with that said with only the love a long time disciple be prepared to be a little disenchanted with this new edition. By know you have already purchased it or your still holding out for a sale, and so this might be a little of speaking to the choir.
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We are here today to talk about the new Magic the Gathering set Dragon Maze. And even though I have been playing Magic for over 20 years I thought I decided to ask a real expert. My student Julien, a new sixth Grader who has been playing magic for the last few years and he knows the entire backstory! Dragon Maze is the smallest and final set of the newest Return to Ravnica block. Tension have build as we focus on the ten Multi-color Guilds of the fabled city of Ravnica. There are only four cards that are reprints so this is pretty much a new set of cards. I am here now with Julien to glean his very well honed perspective of Dragon Maze.
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The Long View
In this episode of The Long View, special guest Justin Nordstrom and I discuss the classic collectible card game, Magic the Gathering. In our conversation we discuss the factors that contribute to the longevity of this game, recent innovations, stereotypes and assumptions about the game and its fans, and if there are, in the end, any differences at all between ccg players and boardgamers. Thanks to www.2d6.org for hosting The Long View, and thanks as well to www.gamesurplus.com for their continued support of the show. Thanks also, as always, to YOU for …
Wizards of the Coast released the Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 Expansion. Available on Xbox LIVE Arcade, PlayStation Network, Steam (PC) and iPad*, the Expansion builds upon the highly-acclaimed game with content that sets the tone for the upcoming Return to Ravnica block. Featuring five of the guilds of Ravnica, players can begin to get a taste for what each guild stands for and what their playing style is.
The Duels 2013 Expansion also includes the following new features:
Five additional playable decks: Take on your opponents with two-color decks that …
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“Just the Two of Us”
Welcome back for our eighth episode of Wooden Cubes & Iron Soldiers!
In this episode we focus on two player games, specifically some of the differences between a two player game and multiplayer games, as well as games that will play more than two people, but possibly play best with two players. We also cover some of the different types of two player games on the market.
Some games we cover in more detail: Omen: Reign of War and Meltdown 2020
Finally, we are visited by a special guest …