Reviews of games within series always feel slightly polarising. There is a constant dilemma of who the target audience should be, whether they be hardened stalwarts of the genre or completely unaccustomed. Magic the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswalker 2013 (the third release in the series) is reaching that difficult stage, particularly with its money draining annual release strategy. The review is made even more divisive by the fact this game should receive entirely separate conclusions depending on whether the reader already owns a previous release. So, let's make this simple. If you own the 2012 edition of the game, released last year, then skip down to the paragraph that begins with 'but here is the problem' and perhaps shed a tear for the overt commercialism of your favourite game. Otherwise read on.