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Magic: The Gathering – Duels Of The Planeswalkers 2013, a game with a title 18 syllables long, has released its third and final deck pack expansion. You can get the decks right now for $2.99 on the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 versions of the game, but if you're playing the iOS version, you will have to wait until tomorrow. The two new decks are called Rogue's Gallery and Mana Mystery, and you can find out more details about them below:
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HA. A domain deck to play with. Should be fun. Definitely gonna get.
I hate these deck expansions, they are so tempting but technically a huge rip off considering the base game has like 10+ decks for 10$ :|
YES MORE CARDS = MORE POWER. NO MONEY = DAMN.
I think $3 for two decks is a steal. I'll get 6-8 hours of fun for the cost of one pack of real cards! Screw real cards and lame collecting.
Already got then and they awesome
Jeez, how much longer is it going to take Wizards to scrap this garbage concept of DotPW and pick up a similar design to Wagic? I've played nearly ever DotPW release now, and all of them are terrible when compared to Wagic, and that game isn't even being produced by a commercial developer. Full customization of decks, nearly ever card in the game, a strategic buy / sell system of cards, and some of the hardest AI decks you will ever face. If Wizards would just hire on the developer of Wagic, give him a decent design team, they could have one of the best PS3 games out on the market, plus a virtual cash-cow.
Think about the possibilities for DLC with this! Every time the release a new set, release a DLC pack for 3.99 that has all the cards in it, or a 4.99$ that has all cards, plus holo's of the rares. Give it a decent campaign mode, and concentrate HEAVILY on the multiplayer. 1v1, THG, Archenemy, Group tourny's (Up to 8 players at once would be awesome), and even have ranked matches. Instead, they give us limited customization, horrible deck designs, AI that can be beaten by a novice, and a game design that is borderline pathetic. Wake up, Wizards. Give Wolo a call and have him join your team.