Reviews and Problems with Magic: The Gathering: BattleMage
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Gather round for some serious Magic
23 August 2001
Excerpt: I retrieved Magic: The Gathering (now to be referred to as MTG) from the cupboard. After blowing the dust off the box, I walked to the computer thinking that it felt amazingly heavy for a PC game. I opened the box and removed the contents.
Excerpt: This game is a super stratergy game taken from the original card game. The game itself has captured the essence of the card game but its not as interactive. Magic the Gathering is basicaly a card game that allows the players to summon monsters and use spells.
Pros: You don't have to mess with picking up cards .
Excerpt: This isn’t anything to do with Paul Daniels; "Magic The Gathering" is based on the popular card game by Wizards of the Coast. It remains very true to its roots too though translating a trading card game to the PC platform is questionable, one huge element of the card game is lost entirely, the...
Pros: Good adaptation of a classic card game
Cons: Not graphically compelling, overly complex rules make it difficult to learn
Excerpt: Open the cards a great mage. The game is made for those who is able to play in MTG. Probably it is a lot of such, if have made game. I in these cards to play is not skilful, but has learned. In game there is a mode of training to rules MTG.