Originally Posted by DayoftheGreek
Well, that is one way to make money with a free to Skip the physical cards completely and just charge people the same price for digital cards.
Like the poster above you said, they've had a physical card game out for quite a few years now. They even had physical cards with free codes for mounts inside World of Warcraft that I believe were going for $300-$400 dollars at their time. It was launched in 2006 but blizzard ended the license agreement with the company in february 2012 which I am guess was in preperation for this.
this marks the death of what made Magic the Gathering fun .. when i was 12... which was 17 years ago lol
Magic the gathering is actually still fairly popular in the card circles. They just posted $200 million dollars in revenue for 2012 a growth of double from 3 years ago and is now Hasbro's largest selling game inside the United States.Edited by fantasyalive - 3/22/13 at 9:20am