These exclusive cards suggest some dark dealings in the world of 'Magic: The Gathering,' but don't worry—they're just for fun.
"The more I re-invested into Magic, the more I placed all of my self-worth into the game."
Eldritch Moon comes out on Friday, so you’d better get ready.
A one-man love letter to Magic the Gathering casts quite the spell. [ more › ]
Given that Overwatch is all about recognisable heroes and characters with unique abilities, you’d think that it would make for a perfect cross-over with the world of Magic: The Gathering. And as one designer discovered, that’s precisely the case. More »
VIZ Media is bringing the creators of Pokémon Adventures and Bee and Puppycat, as well as the senior game designer of Magic: The Gathering to Comic-Con 2016. Panels will include a spotlight on Pokémon creators Hidenori Kusaka And Satoshi Yamamoto; a Weekly Shonen Jump Panel/Podcast; a Sailor Moon panel, and a VIZ Media panel. Show More Summary
Are you a fan of Magic the Gathering who’s been looking to get their feet wet in Dungeons & Dragons or vice versa? Well it seems Wizards of the Coast has heard your pleas, because back in April they released a free guide called Plane Shift: Zendikar, which let D&D players traverse the Magic realm, and brought those two […]
Recently Wizards of the Coast surprised fans with Plane Shift: Zendikar, a D&D supplement that let players plan campaigns set in a plane of existence from Magic: The Gathering—a first-ever crossover between the two venerable fantasy worlds . Now they’re at it again, but this time it’s a journey to the creepy Innistrad, and we have the first look. Read more...
Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli came to everyone’s attention last autumn when he raised the price of a drug for cancer and HIV patients by some 5,000 percent. Ever since then, people have […]
The Brooklyn-based Producer Talks About His Series Of Cards Themed After Local Icons Like Genesis P-Orridge And 285 Kent.
In 2014, Cartoon Network released a mobile app called Adventure Time Card Wars. Card Wars, a collective card game akin to Magic: The Gathering, was based off a 2012 episode of the Cartoon Network series Adventure Time, in which the show’s...Show More Summary
Infamous price gouger Martin Shkreli has found his next potential scheme, and it’s a little less glamorous than his shady pharmaceutical company: Magic: The Gathering. Shkreli posted on the MTG subreddit last night fishing for details about collecting rare Magic cards. Show More Summary
Last week we published an introduction to the world of Magic: The Gathering via the handy primer that is Magic Duels. This week, we’ve got a new challenge for everyone to enjoy — and new prizes to win. More »
Magic: The Gathering can be intimidating to people who have never played it before. It seems like a game for enthusiasts and the cards themselves are so detailed it can be hard to wrap your head around the many elements of this game....Show More Summary
Collectible card games are pretty familiar to video gamers these days. But most of them all owe their lineage to one giant: Richard Garfield’s classic, Magic: The Gathering. Getting to grips with paper Magic can be a pretty daunting experience, but fortunately there’s a simple way. Show More Summary
Both of the major Puzzle Quest games out there right now are getting some nifty new updates. First up is Marvel Puzzle Quest [Free], which has added a new Captain America: Peggy Carter. Yes, the character who has become a standout among the Marvel Cinematic Universe, making appearances in several Marvel movies, getting her own
A blast from the past, just as you’re getting excited for Detroit: Become Human. David Cage classic Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy hits PS4 next month Gather round young’uns and we’ll have a chat about a magical time more than a decade ago. The year was 2005. The PS2 was five years old and king of the […]
Gwent bears some similarities to other deck-building games like Magic: The Gathering and Hearthstone, but it also embraces its roots from The Witcher 3. As you earn new card packs to build out your decks with, you have a choice. Before...Show More Summary
LeakyCon recently posted an exciting – yet mysteriously vague – letter to Minerva McGonagall to their Facebook page. The letter came from Ana Rodriguez – Director of Magical Gatherings and Celebrations at the US Department of International Magical Cooperation all the way in New York City: The letter hints at an exciting event being planned,...read more!
Two years ago I went to Atlanta to attend the “Gathering for Gardner,” a biennial conference on math, magic, games, and puzzles in honor of the late Martin Gardner. I gave an 8-minute talk at the meeting, and the video of my talk has just been posted online. Here it is! If for any reason […]