Streets of New Capenna came out recently, and it’s been great. I’m always fond of multicolored sets. For a player who likes power, the cards are always exciting. I’ve already logged a fair bit of hours with the new cards, and I wanted to give you my first impressions.
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The well-known difference between Yu-Gi-Oh! and other card games is Yu-Gi-Oh! doesn’t use a traditional resource system.
As I suspect is true for many people, Yu-Gi-Oh! was a game from their childhood they never learned to play well.
People who read my Magic articles might notice a trend where I claim a new set’s not going to make much of an impact until a rotation happens or until a certain strategy dies.
It seems like Innistrad came so fast, right? Just when I was getting used to some of the more interesting and playable DND cards, we have another set drop. But, regardless of the pace, this set is proving to be awesome.
And that’s my take on Adventures in The Forgotten Realms. I think it’s cool how much work went into making sure the feel of D&D went into the cards.
Adventures in The Forgotten Realms dropped a few days ago. So, today, I’m going to cover my 7 early impressions of the set, and a few standout cards for Standard and Historic.
Another Magic set comes out, and the meta is upset again. So, as I always try to do, I’ll give my first impressions/predictions for what this set will mean for Standard and Historic.
The media embargo on Mass Effect Andromeda has lifted and with it comes first impressions, detailed game information and preview feedback. As always, we’ve combed our news sources for the best, most insightful and most useful balanced feedback on the game. And… just in time for you to make your final pre-order decision. Now that…
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