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CCG Sellouts Help
June 18, 2008
The general malaise that has afflicted the American economy has had only “limited impact” on the games business.
Greatly Expands Venues to Include Retailers
June 17, 2008
Wizards of the Coast is effectively opening up Pre-Release tournaments to retail locations.
Jace vs. Chandra
June 9, 2008
Wizards of the Coast has announced that it will release Magic the Gathering Duel Decks: Jace vs. Chandra in November, with two ready-to-play 60-card decks.
Rarity Scheme Appear to Be Same as Before
June 5, 2008
Scott Moore of Galaxy Comics in Saginaw , Michigan , saw Dan Barnett’s comments on changes to Magic: The Gathering and says the rarity scheme appears to be the same as always.
New Rarity Scheme Unnecessary
June 4, 2008
Dan Barnett of Walt's Cards in Baltimore, Maryland saw retailer Stephen Armstrong’s comments about deep discounting of Dungeons and Dragons product and observes that not only is there still discounting of Magic: The Gathering product, the new rarity scheme is unnecessary.
WotC Should Expand 'Magic' Discounting Policy
June 3, 2008
Stephen Armstrong of Mad City Comics in Moncton, New Brunswick saw retailer Derek Garrison’s comments about deep discounting of Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition products and says Wizards of the Coast should establish a Magic discounting policy for 4E .
Set Size, Rarity, SKUs, More
June 1, 2008
Wizards of the Coast has announced a sweeping redesign of its Magic: The Gathering products.
Disagrees With Commentary
April 30, 2008
Mark Santillo, Creative Director of Active Imagineering saw ICv2’s coverage of the recent GAMA Trade Show and disagrees with commentary in the article.
Economy, Show Future Cloudy
April 24, 2008
It was hard to get a solid read on either the hobby game industry or the future of the show at the GAMA Trade Show this week.
New Organized Play from WotC
April 20, 2008
Wizards of the Coast is launching Wizards Play Network, a network of local grass roots organizers that supports a wide variety of play formats.
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