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. My eyes fell onto the manual and I realised why it went straight into the cupboard after purchase. The manual was nothing like we are used to. A gargantuan 200 pages lay in front of me, daring me to attempt to read ...
Excerpt: "...but its not as interactive. Magic the Gathering is basicaly a card game that allows the players to summon monsters and use spells. The aim of the game is to kill your enemy. This game is the best sureal way to play magic the gathering without spending loads of money on the cards. I wish i could compare this game to one that I have played that is slighty like it but there are non. Its a unique idea and is almost as good as playing it with the cards. ...
Pros: You don't have to mess with picking up cards .
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. The game contains the whole world occupied by essences, and each has the pack of cards. You a go on the world destroying angry and improving the unique pack. The game is interesting on a network not less. You of ...