Magic: The Gathering :: Tenth Edition Set Review
It’s back to basics with the Tenth Edition of Magic: The Gathering. We review it and all the new features!
The Magic: The Gathering card game lets you become a dueling wizard, hopping from world to world and battling opponents with spells and monsters. Now it's getting back to basics with the Tenth Edition - a brand-new batch of Magic cards that cover all the basics. Here's the 411 on all the cool new stuff with Gary's Magic: The Gathering Tenth Edition card game review.
What's New?This set is a monster! It's 383 cards available in 16-card booster packs for $4, or 40-card theme decks for $9. But, if you've played Magic for a while, you'll recognize most of the cards cuz they come from older sets. There are a few new cards, plus some stuff that's never been in a core set before. Here's the deal.
Theme DecksThis huge set is packed with all the basic cards you need for dueling, so it's great for new players. What makes it even better is that you can grab a theme deck and get started with a pre-built deck that's loaded with combos and cool cards. Here's the scoop on each deck.
Cool or Stinky?This new set is like a fresh start for Magic players. There's a new Two-Player Starter Deck that's great to get you and a friend playing, and the theme decks are awesome for when it's time to really rock. It's great for new players, but ho-hum for longtime Magic duelists.