When Duels of the Planeswalkers 2015 was released a few months ago, it introduced full deckbuilding and cards only attainable through an additional purchase. We didn't like it. An expansion for the game makes those premium cards available simply by winning matches.
The latest installment of the video game version of Magic: the Gathering, Duels of the Planeswalkers, gives players the one thing we've always wanted – the ability to build our own decks from scratch. But the addition of "premium boosters" that cost extra money might completely outweigh it.
The annual refresh of the casual console version of Magic: The Gathering gets high marks for fun, well-constructed decks, but the highly anticipated sealed deck mode leaves a lot to be desired. It's still a great MtG fix for $10.