Results for tag: magic the gathering
Posted by: WotC_Microbless on Jun 21, 2011 at 09:17:45 AM
In a previous blog I talked about why you should play Magic: The Gathering Online. If you don't remember, it's right here.
I talked about how you can play What you want, when you want, how you want. I also mentioned the Community Cup. This isn't meant to be a recap as there is PLENTY of coverage here.
I'm here to tell you how you can experience an amazing week just by doing what you love. Playing Magic.
It's no secret that there are a ton of people who play Magic: Online, but just playing isn't enough to get an invite. Like any game you're passionate about you have to be active within the community. You have to contribute to the discussion; you have to become a leader. Be willing to help out a "n00b" who has questions.
Enigma had only...
Posted by: WotC_Microbless on Jun 1, 2011 at 01:36:17 PM
The Magic Online Community Cup is fast approaching and some of you might be asking yourself:
So? I don't play Magic Online.
Well I'm here to tell you that you should be. Why? Because with Magic: The Gathering Online (MTGO) you can play What you want, when you want, how you want.
Feel like playing some Commander at 2:00am? Go ahead.
Want to only draft? You can.
Magic The Gathering Online isn't just for casual players; it offers many formats and events that are constantly changing. Many of the pros actually playtest their decks on MTGO before heading out to try them at GPs!
Another reason you should be playing MTGO? The Community Cup
Every year Wizards of the Coast invites active members in the MTGO community to take on the company itself in battles! Those...
Posted by: WotC_Microbless on Oct 26, 2010 at 03:02:03 PM
It's no secret I love video games. Check the gamerscore baby:
5 star reputation, over 35 thousand Gamerscore, and I've only had my Xbox 360 a little over a year. That's pretty impressive I might say. I've been playing games since the Atari 2600 days and I even worked in the video game industry from 2003 until I started here at Wizards.
Part of the reason I moved up to Seattle was because I knew with my background I could easily find a job in the industry. The Seattle area has many many gaming companies around here. Nintendo, Microsoft, WB Games Inc., and more. In recent years it's been harder for smaller companies to make a stand against these giants. That's where Uber Entertainment comes in.
*From the Uber web site:
"Uber Entertainment, Inc. is a privately held video game development...