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The Black Lotus Documentary Explores What Makes Us Spend Small Fortunes on Pieces of Cardboard
This short documentary tells the fascinating history of the most valuable 'Magic: The Gathering' card ever printed.
In ‘Slay the Spire,’ Knowledge Is Your Weapon and Your Downfall
In 'Slay the Spire,' having too much of one kind of knowledge can screw you completely.
Talking Sci-Fi, Math, and Chaos with the Creator of 'Magic: The Gathering'
25 years after its creation, Richard Garfield provides insight into how his love of breaking the rules helped him make the world's biggest collectible card game.
I Used To Be The Worst Kind of Roguelike Fan
Fandom gives us so much. It can also turn us into defensive monsters.
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This New Spinoff Re-Imagines 'Magic: The Gathering' as a Board Game
'Explorers of Ixalan' lets you and up to three friends battle across a dinosaur-and-pirate infested island.
New Rules (and Cards) Have Given 'Netrunner' a Second Lease on Life
The cyberpunk, competitive card game has been a critical darling for years, but a new Revised Core Set and some big rules changes could help it find an even bigger audience.
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These Surreal 'Magic: The Gathering' Cards Were Made by a Robot
“The text was generated via neural net, so it seemed fitting for the art to be as well.”
A 'Witcher 3' Mini-Game Has Become an Amazing Collectible Card Game
'Gwent' is now a standalone CCG that outclasses ‘Hearthstone’ in surprising ways.
This New Expansion Is a Great Way to Get Into One of the Best Card Games Ever
'Terminal Directive' turns competitive cyberpunk game 'Android: Netrunner' into a story-driven, multiplayer campaign.
Classic Card Game 'Legend of the Five Rings' Is Resurrected
The game of intrigue, honor, and might will continue with Fantasy Flight. But will it recapture the magic?
'Terminal Directive' Turns 'Netrunner' Into a Multiplayer Mystery
The upcoming expansion changes with each match, as in the popular Risk: Legacy and Pandemic: Legacy games.
The Dystopian Future of the UK's National Health Service
The government is cutting state-controlled healthcare and filling the deficit by allowing tax money to pay for out-sourced, private-controlled care, operating under market forces. As a result, we had a doctor describe medicine's bleak future in the UK.