Magic: The Gathering — Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012

Taylor Cocke of, "There’s a reason Magic has remained so popular since its inception in 1993: It’s one of the deepest collectible card games ever, with tens of thousands of unique cards that can be combined into a near-infinite number of decks. Its only problem is its high barrier of entry. Fortunately, this follow-up to 2009’s Duels of the Planeswalkers is amazingly friendly to new recruits."

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HeavenlySnipes2773d ago

free with PS+, its pretty confusing. IMO they should incorporate it into PS Home and run tournaments for money. It could become big. I don't think they really have a large audience with these full releases so going to Sony to make it a PS Home game could garner it more attention and cause Home to be even more of a gaming hub.

Neko_Mega2773d ago

This new one is alot better then the old one, at least we can edit decks now (What I mean is the last one you can old add cards and remove them, this one you can rebuild the full deck).

Kee2773d ago (Edited 2773d ago )

Really? I thought it sucked in the last one that you couldn't build one.

EDIT: Meh, well I did enjoy the first one, probably check out this one if I see it for much cheapness.

KingDustero2773d ago

You still can't build a deck from the ground up. However you're now able to remove some of the starting cards in a deck instead of just adding/removing unlocked cards.

One still can't mix cards from multiple decks though.

It is a step in the right direction, but I hope they advance it to FULL, unrestricted deck editing in the next game.