I found the game environments a bit bland.
Magic: The Gathering - Tactics takes place on a 'digital tabletop as if you were playing a miniature Games Workshop game.
Resolution 1024x768 1280x1024 or higher Disk Space 650 MB free 1 GB free Internet.
Character customization is much more basic and the turn based gameplay makes it much slower.
Magic: The Gathering - Tactics is a free to play turn based strategy game.
For those few unfortunates who have never played Magic before, the game includes introductory guides and games, that will teach you the rules and the basic strategies to success in this magical world.
Based on speeds the trading card game, this is a fantasy title where you have to think first before you move.
Magic: The Gathering - Tactics looks good, with well animated figures, and a style that closely matches the card game.
So if you enjoy playing this revolutionary card game with your friends, you should now try the digital version of the game.
You will enjoy the same game play, but adapted to a digital online version.
You play a 'Planeswalker a powerful mage armed with spellbooks, and have to fight against other lotus Planeswalkers.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Minimum Recommended Operating System Windows Vista.
Memory 1 GB (32-bit OS) 2 GB (64-bit OS) 4 GB Video Card 128MB video RAM Hardware Accelerated SPU - 512MB video RAM.
Competing against other human players doesn't really work unless you're willing to pay for packs of cards than increase your abilities.
Windows 7 64-bit Processor Pentium 4 class machine minimum 2 GHz.
Magic: The Gathering Online allows you to play Magic with people from all around the world, while sitting in your own room in front of the computer.
But even if you don't know the game really good, that won't be a problem.
While it seems complicated, you'll soon pick up how to play, but it's a shame that power almost always trumps tactical ability - you can essentially pay to win, which is a shame.