Summary: Heroes of the Storm is not your typical MOBA, and that's a good thing. The team play here is key, the support are not forced the ADC's **** and the length of each game is way shorter and ALWAYS winnable even if you fall far behind the enemy team.
Don't Buy the CD; Download the Game Online Instead.
Mr. Math Expert, Amazon
1 February 2014
Summary: I remember buying Magic: The Gathering the PC game when it came out in 1997, and at that time, I've never ever heard of it, let alone playing with the cards (to this day, I've never done so). But little did I realize it's one of the most addicting games I've played while being an autodidact.
Make sure you have some way to play if you are gonig on a newer PC
18 October 2013
Summary: Pros: 1.Best Magic Interactive game ever made lol 2. Shandalar is a ton of fun, you walk around RPG style, fight random mobs where wins let you collect cards, there is stores that you can buy and sell cards from, quests bosses, dungeons etc, a must play for any old school magic fan. Cons: 1.
Summary: Sadly, my attempts to relive 1996 have been thwarted. this game will not run on windows 8. I'm looking for a patch to make it work, but in the mean time it's making me very sad. Almost mocking me, really. I KNEW there was a reason to hang on to my 12 pound toshiba sattelite from college.
Summary: Riding on the success of DotP 2012's improvements, the 2013 release introduces revamped decks, a new unlock system, and a new game mode. While 2013 has less decks available (16 versus last year's 19), they are overall more accessible for quick play because of the 10 promo unlocks provided...
Summary: This game robbed me of $5 in a Steam sale. There is no deck customization and unless you buy all the packs, multiplayer is a stupid waste of time. Save your cash. I would recommend Ace of Spades and Aliens: Colonial Marines over this heap of crap.
Summary: Overpriced. Terrible mods. Terrible game. AVOID. Basically it's like playing a badly designed lottery were the only skillz tested are either luck, or your 'credit card fu' Seriously, just avoid.
Summary: No deck editing, low rez stretched out, and a short campaign. The base game comes with only 11 challenges, 3 of which were unlocks. Multiplayer is clunky and has no mute function. This is a skeleton of what real Magic is like playing and not worth picking up for anyone.
Summary: This game while much more graphically enhanced than Micrprose's game of 1997 but doesn't hold a candle to its grandfather. I could write a novel on all the glitches, problems, rule coding errors but there really is no need as the one major problem it has ruins the game even if it was glitch free.