The game makes the magic decision for you.
Here comes another bombshell.And after defeating the first enemy on my path I was already at 17 completion.Sealed deck mode is magic essentially "fight 6 planewalkers, which the game chooses for you, in a duels row with an improvised deck of a crack very limited number of total cards." It isn't a campaign.What sealed deck mode essentially boils down to is: If you're lucky on your first 6 boosters and crack you get enough creatures and synergy to make it crack work against the randomly chosen enemies with fully unlocked decks and strategies, you might get to a point.You will only unlock a new booster pack if you defeat a certain planewalker for the first time.Your only way of unlocking new booster packs is by defeating every second planewalker in your "path which you cannot change, it is randomly set for you, with a chance of certain planewalkers not appearing or others appearing multiple times.Fire up your game: The best way to learn to play Magic Hours of game play.You can repeat battles versus planewalkers you t it doesn't give you anything.Become a Planeswalker and travel the planes of existence unleashing duels a torrent of spells and creatures to devastate your opponents.With over 12 million fans, discover what makes Magic: The Gathering the worlds premier trading card game.The normal campaign is the same as previous games.The game makes that choice for you, so pray to the rng-gods that you get enough creatures and cards to make a deck you somewhat like, to then fight against the same 6 enemies the game chooses for you over and over for nothing.You're screwed or won't have a fun time until you painfully unlock the next booster pack if you can manage to defeat 2 more planewalkers with fully unlocked decks.Dealbreaker: the promised deck customization is almost nonexistant, purely rng-luck based and heavily restricted to a few random cards you willDealbreaker: the promised deck customization is almost nonexistant, purely rng-luck based and heavily restricted to a few random cards you will get in your.A non-fanboy can't help but to feel ripped off. They goofed it up again.
Unfortunately, it seems it was just a way of tricking people into thinking the game finally has proper deckbuilding yet again.
If you happen to not get any cards that compliment your existing limited number of cards you got from your first 6packs.
Now, this *would* have worked if photo they just added a way to guide actually unlock booster packs planeswalkers by winning versus a certain enemy several times (and getting a booster pack each time you defeat an enemy),or hell, if they even allowed you to pick your enemies.The screenshots and steam description of the game made it look like you could unlock booster packs by defeating certain enemies, which is only true *FOR THE first time* you defeat that enemy.If you cannot get past client one of these planewalkers (which have a fully unlocked mono deck each from the very start with beefy cards and good synergies) you will not progress and you will not get any more booster packs until the luck.Don't game buy this game because the long-awaited (and needed!) addition of deck customization crack and booster packs sounded nice (which it did.) The advertized "deck customization via booster packs you unlock ingame" is absolutely disappointing and lackluster, you essentially get 2 chances mugen of 6booster packs each.You have prebuilt mono decks you can "choose" from (usage of the word choice in this game is an overstatement) and you work your way through often predictable AI until you get bored and hope for the next game to finally have proper deck customization.Again, you cannot choose who to fight in which order.There is no way you would emulator get enough cards to actually build and customize a deck to your liking/personal strategy.Prove yourself in combat against Chandra Nalaara fiercely independent Planeswalker with an affinity for fire and quick temperthen battle your way through the planes to face the mysterious villain trying to pull Chandras strings.Ignite your spark with Magic 2014 Duels of the Planeswalkers!Still sounds acceptable to you? So if the system of unlocking ONE(!) booster pack every 2 enemies continues to be existant, you will unlock a whooping 3 booster packs in your sealed deck "campaign".
And it sure as hell isn't the deckbuilding via booster packs a lot of us have hoped for.
Sealed deck mode sounded like it could have potential to finally bring deck customization and the fun of unlocking booster packs to the Magic Videogame series.