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  • Blog Post: An Exclusive Look At Magic: The Gathering's Oath Of The Gatewatch

    The upcoming Magic: The Gathering Oath of the Gatewatch set promises to shake things up with tons of new cards and some seriously exciting retro-fare with Expeditions, 20 extremely rare throwback land cards that represent some of the coolest and most exciting lands from the game's history. We're... More
  • Blog Post: Magic: The Gathering's Khans Of Tarkir Unveiled At PAX Prime 2014

    At the annual Magic: The Gathering community event at PAX Prime 2014, Wizards of the Coast revealed all the major mechanics and some high profile cards from the upcoming Khans of Tarkir. The set will be released on September 26, and these tantalizing previews from this color-wedge based block give us... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber - Magic 2015: Duels of the Planeswalkers

    Magic: The Gathering's annual digital release is back with full deck customization and a smattering of fresh cards. Join PC Editor Daniel Tack and GI intern Dimitri Gedevanishvili in Magic 2015: Duels of the Planeswalkers as they walk and talk through one of the game's early matches in the plane... More
  • Blog Post: Conspiracy Comes To Magic: The Gathering

    On June 6th, a set designed completely around the draft format and multiplayer conflict comes to Magic: The Gathering. Conspiracy will bring completely new elements to the game, and even though you won’t be able to play with it on Magic: The Gathering Online, it’s a great incentive to conspire... More
  • Blog Post: Diving Into The Digital Collectible Card Game

    The digital collectible card game (DCG) is a genre getting a lot of love and attention in 2014. As we get more acclimated to a world of digital purchases, owning and playing with a collection of digital items is becoming a real alternative to shoeboxes filled with physical items that could be damaged... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: Why I Stay Away From Digital Collectible Card Games

    I'm trying hard not to become a stereotypical old guy. I've given up CDs for MP3s. I read ebooks. I don't mind purchasing games through digital distribution services. Why then can't I abandon paper collectible card games for the new digital titles that are so much fun to play? I almost... More
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