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About Magic: The Gathering
The classic collectible battle card game gets a revamp in this online digital version. Build your best deck and compete against your fellow Planeswalkers! is a fantasy themed digital collectible card game where players build custom card decks and go head-to-head in turn-based online combat. Players start by choosing a heroic persona, are given a basic card deck, and are taught the basics of gameplay through an interactive tutorial. They're then tossed directly into online multiplayer. Matches occur between two players on a virtual table; players take turns laying down cards representing creatures, abilities, and resources, each of which costs a certain amount of power to use. Cards let players attack and block, and completed matches earn players in-game currency and new cards/decks.
While the game's complexity means you'll probably endure a good number of losses at the start, getting experience and rewards even when you lose helps to soften the blow. Outside the arena, simple quests give you something to work toward as well as a way to earn more currency. Some players are bound to feel limited by the relatively small free play area, (access to special events, decks, and modes costs a good deal of real-world money) but that's more of a veteran player problem. But new players will marvel at the brilliant graphics and figuring out how hundreds of cards interact. At this point in open beta, Wizards of the Coast is still working on the game, and that means you should expect imbalances, possible improper matchmaking, and the occasional glitch. Still, even with its current bugs, Magic the Gathering is on its way to becoming a great digital CCG.