Reviews and Problems with Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers
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20 June 2012
Summary: I have to say after playing the last two year's Duels of the planeswalkers this was a must buy for me and i haven't been disappointed. The new mode Planechaser is very interesting indeed and a much needed change very frustrating at times but very fun at the same time.
Summary: This is magic the gathering for when you can't find anyone in real life to play with. Don't take that the wrong way, it serves a great introduction to new players and a fun albeit dumb downed version of the classic table top game.
Summary: Most of the changes made between the last "Duels of the Planeswalkers" and this one are superficial - sound effects, music, minor interface tweaks to keep things flowing smoothly - but so far they have been making a huge impact on my enjoyment of this newer version.
Summary: Really, just a well put together MTG experience, great Deck options, unlockable cards, Great online 1-4 players, or 2v2 with a friend on your 360 against another team, heh, it hooks ya pretty well, could use a tad few more options as it stands now, more cards, or a higher level of deck...
Summary: For $10 less the a starter deck of the card game you get the full expierence. this game will teach you how the rules of magice work, and how work out card combos. it falls short of deck building and limited cards, but for $10 it's a great taste of the game of Magic.
Summary: Overall this is a good treatment of MTG. The card artwork is beautiful and the "table" you play is attractive enough. MTG has very complex card interactions and they all seem to be handled faithfully.
Summary: If you're a fan of MTG, here's what I think you want to know - you start with 2 basic decks, you earn new cards and new decks by playing against the AI opponents. (Not by buying more cards with real money) You can play through the campaign either single player or co-op (co-op is offline only, and...
Summary: Magic is a good game for any fans of the card game. The challenge level makes it frustrating at times, but it makes winning all the sweeter. There seems to be a lot to do, and 4 hours in, I'm not even close to beating it. Worthy of the card game!