A new deck pack is available for Magic the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013. The Rogue's Gallery and Mana Mastery decks make up Deck Pack 3. It is available now through the Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Store, and Steam for 240 MSP, or $3. You can use these cards in the cooperative Two-Headed Monster mode as well as the other game types.
A new piece of DLC is headed to your PC, PS3, or Xbox 360 soon, in the form of a couple new decks for Magic the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013. (If there's a game in our database with a longer name, I'm not sure what it is.) These two new decks follow hot on the heels of the five released back in September. Tying into the paper Magic release of Return to Ravnica, the new decks are themed around two of the Ravnica guilds.
Magic is, generally speaking, a highly competitive game, but what if there were a way to play it in co-op? I've got good news for you, reader, the always innovative Magic community has created just such a format. Horde Magic blends the awesome deckbuilding fun of Magic with the unrelenting pressure and tension of survival modes, like Gears of War 3's Horde mode, or Left 4 Dead's Survival. The combination is glorious!
We recently gave you guys our E3 impressions of upcoming MTG game, Magic the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013. One of the new features we mentioned, which is quite highly anticipated, was the fan-requested manual tapping system. A recent dev diary can show the curious exactly how it will work. It's the little things, right?
The latest Magic: the Gathering game, Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013, is due to launch sometime this summer. As such, Stainless Games and Wizards of the Coast have released a trailer touting some of the game's new features. Despite being dubbed a 'Gameplay Trailer,' it's heavy on the lackluster Flash animation first seen in 2012's intro and a bit light on actual gameplay. Still worth a watch to glimpse a few new cards though!
A new Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 deck pack launched this week. This is the third such pack to hit the downloadable card game. Simply titled "Deck Pack #3," it includes two new playable decks for use in both the single player, multiplayer, and co-op modes of the game:
This week saw a new addition to the deck roster of Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers. The "Magic 2012 Deck Pack 1" includes two new decks: "'March to War,' a red and white deck featuring an army of brutally efficient Soldiers, and 'Ghoulkeeper,' a vile black deck featuring an unrelenting Zombie legion." This is the second piece of DLC for the game, following the "Ascend into Darkness" expansion that released this past September.
Deals of the Week, One Day Sales, Special Offers, Gold Membership pricing, the list goes on. There is a ton of content for sale over at the Xbox LIVE Marketplace, and much of it supports co-op. Lists get awfully boring, unless their designed to save you money. Check out these sale items.
Magic: The Gathering Duels of the Planeswalkers was one of the biggest hits of 2010. Turns out being a new-player friendly, inexpensive downloadable video game version of the world's premiere trading card game is a recipe for success. The game spawned three expansions, and appeared on Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC. You don't have to be a powerful wizard to foresee a sequel, do you?
Magic: the Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers finally came to Playstation Network today for North America. Though it was originally exclusive to XBLA, the game recently got a port to PC via Steam, and now it's the PS3's turn. Starting today, PS3 users can grab the core game for $9.99 and its three expansions for $4.99 each. As a little bonus, purchasers will receive a special art foil Planeswalker promo card while supplies last.
This week during E3, Microsoft is releasing some great downloadable deals for those of us who can't attend the show. Starting Monday, June 14th through the week, Xbox Gold members will have access to a variety of downloadable titles, avatar items, and games on demand at price reductions as much as 50%. Quite a few titles appear on this list, and some of these are hard to pass up.
You can leave your poker face at home when Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers heads to Steam this June. Until now, Duels of the Planeswalkers has only been available on the XBLA where it contains a single player, competitive mode, local co-op mode, and two-headed giant team vs. team mode. Unlock colored/themed decks by playing the games campaign either single player or cooperativel, and unlock cards by using those decks.
This weeks On The Download explores the realm of cheating in games. What is cheating exactly, and when can it be considered okay? Take a walk with us now while we explore online hint guides and gaming together for benefit.
After a long wait, the second expansion for the popular Duels of the Planeswalkers XBLA game was released yesterday. Unfortunately, those who logged in early in eager anticipation of slinging new spells were denied. The expansion pack effectively broke the game, keeping the player stuck in a login/out loop. Magic fanboys and girls everywhere were up in arms, but after a few hours, a patch was released that fixed the issue. I was able to get the expansion up and running, but it required a download of a patched version of the entire game, at least for me when I tried last night.
A swecond expansion for Magic the Gathering Duels of the Planeswalkers has been announced. We already knew the expansion was coming, but now we've got some details. The expansion is as of yet untitled, and will feature Sorin Markhov, a vampiric Planeswalker, pictured above, as the "big boss" character. Three new decks, including the blue/black/red deck used by the first expansion's Nicol Bolas, will become available once the single player campaign is defeated. No word on a new co-op campaign, but both previous releases included a local two-headed giant style campaign, so we'd guess that trend will continue.
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