The latest installment of the video game version of Magic: the Gathering, Duels of the Planeswalkers, gives players the one thing we've always wanted – the ability to build our own decks from scratch. But the addition of "premium boosters" that cost extra money might completely outweigh it. Read more...
From Nintendo, comes the game that spawned five generations of sequels, five television shows, one Magic The Gathering rip-off, seventeen movies, and a god? [Smosh Games]
Released earlier this year, Blizzard’s Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft manages to do what many would have thought impossible: out MtG Magic: The Gathering. An astonishingly addictive collectible card game, Hearthstone‘s only failing, if you could call it that, is it … Read more ›
I’ve assembled my annual list of Magic: the Gathering artists who will be at Gen Con this year for my own purposes. I share it here in case it’s of use to you. Each artist is listed with the more significant cards he or she has produced — cards that might be in your EDH … Continue reading ?
A new Magic: the Gathering set, Magic 2015, was released this week, and the artwork is simply stunning. Check out this gallery of hi-res artwork from the new set—filled with Planeswalkers, weird creatures, and the souls of Magic's most popular planes brought to glorious illustrated life. Read more...
At last we have deck customization, but it's all ruined by microtransactions and grindy gameplay.
Hasbro has launched a new site to give fans unprecedented freedom to create, produce, and sell art based off popular content such as My Little Pony, Transformers, and Magic: The Gathering.
Comic-Con International's 2014 games schedule for Magic: The Gathering in Ballroom F of the Marriott Marquis & Marina.
Magic: The Gathering fans will be able to get in on card-by-card deck customization in the latest iteration of the classic strategy card game. Magic 2015 launched on Android today and brings familiar one-on-one card duels in either single-serving practice games, long-term campaign, or online multiplayer matches. Show More Summary
This astonishing creature comes from the mind of Magic: The Gathering artist Peter Mohrbacher. If you enjoy Mohrbacher's art, be sure to check out his Kickstarter campaign to order prints and playmats of his latest work. Read more.....
Twenty-First Century Fox is in the process of creating a feature film based on Hasbro's 'Magic: The Gathering.' Could it be a hit, or will it suffer the same fate as 2000's 'Dungeons and Dragons' film?
From Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2015 to Crimsonland, IGN is here to help with a weekly round-up of the biggest game releases.
What happens when you gather seven Maine coon kittens in a line and then flick a feather around in front of them? Internet magic, that’s what. Yes, its disgustingly cute, but sometimes we need a break from all the violence and gore.
Hasbro, the parent company of Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons developer Wizards of the Coast, isn’t known for being the nicest company on the block. That said, it has been reasonably generous when it comes to licensing its RPG systems, with the d20 System Reference (SRD) and 4th edition Game System License (GSL) being notable examples. Show More Summary
Magic: the Gathering cards feature stunning fantasy art, but for some fans that's not enough. Card alterists modify and personalize cards by painting directly on them, creating unique works of art and a brilliant way for fans to interact with their favorite game. Read more...
The Chief Engineer makes his debut in M15, this summer's Magic: the Gathering core set. This potentially powerful blue creature could have a huge impact, and perhaps stir some memories of Affinity decks among longtime players. Read more...
Jonathan Tweet, a game designer who's worked on such projects as Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: the Gathering is now working on a children's book designed to teach basic concepts of evolution to pre-schoolers. It's called Grandmother Fish:
Wizards of the Coast enlisted the creative minds behind Minecraft, Plants vs. Zombies, World of Warcraft and more groundbreaking games to create cards for the upcoming Magic 2015 set. See several of the cards below: Read more...
Before Risk, before Dungeons & Dragons, before Magic: The Gathering, there was Diplomacy. One writer enters international competition to play the world-conquering game that redefines what it means to be a geek (and a person).
Well here’s a thing that makes complete sense. Step 1: take a writer on arguably the most successful fantasy TV show ever made. Step 2: ask that writer to create a script for a movie based on a popular licensed product also set in the fantasy genre. Step 3: Profit? More »