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  1. Is Magic the Gathering on the 360 anything like Magic the Gathering was on the Playstation?

    At the moment, I’m doing IT work in the garage (home, not business) and playing turns of Iron Storm on the Sega Saturn that I just hooked up out here in the man cave.

    • I would say “no”, because these decks come pre-built and tunable (but not really customizable).

      It’s a step in the right direction, though (where the right destination is the PC game that came out in the 90’s).

  2. The real question is are you playing the recent release or the older game?

    I’m playing L.A. Noire which has turned into a straight up slog at this point. But I’m on the Arson desk and plodding towards the finish hoping they do something more than rip off Chinatown. Considering how predictable the end of the homicide missions were (hello Black Dahlia by Ellroy or the game by Take-Two for that matter), I’m hoping to at least be somewhat surprised, but man is this game repetitive.
    On the docket is inFamous 2, Clash of Heroes: Might and Magic, and perhaps Magic the Gathering Duel of the Planeswalkers. Also recently got CoD MW2 and the Sly Collection via Goozex.
    Honestly though, my son and I have been spending a lot of time in Toy Box Mode in Toy Story 3 which is a terrific open world game for kids.

    • The recent release. I think I prefer it.

      Clash of Heroes is a blast. I got Maribou, of all people, addicted to it.

      • My wife really dug Critter Crunch, so I thought she might like it (being another Capy game). But the field of nanomicroscopy has not advanced far enough to measure her interest in CoH M&M.

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