Daybreak Games Partnering with WOTC to Develop Magic Online

Discussion in 'The Veterans' Lounge' started by zleski, Dec 23, 2021.

  1. zleski Augur

    I was not expecting this crossover episode!

  2. zleski Augur

    This should be a wonderful influx of cash for DBG.
  3. FrozenWater Augur

    Hello fellow aspiringspike viewer
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  4. Skrab East Cabilis #1 Realtor

    Well, guess we know where the EQ money is going to go.
  5. CatsPaws Just use plain English.

    Daybreak Games also brings decades of gaming experience and expertise to the table

    Yeah look how well the last card game (LON) they had turned out
  6. zleski Augur

    Any aspiringspike viewers in this thread?
  7. Goranothos Augur

    I play MTG Arena almost every day. How is this going to be different?
  8. Waring_McMarrin Augur

    It was a decently popular game while it was around but not sure it is fair to compare a digital only card game to one that is based off a physical card game.
  9. Skrab East Cabilis #1 Realtor

    Except it wasn’t popular at all.
  10. Waring_McMarrin Augur

    We will have to disagree with that.
  11. Skrab East Cabilis #1 Realtor

    If it was popular, it wouldn’t have been removed.
  12. Waring_McMarrin Augur

    Just because it was shut down doesn't mean it wasn't popular at one time. If I remember right they had stopped development for it at one point in time and eventually shut it down due to costs of keeping it updated.

    But again as I said the game stuck around for a while and was decently popular at one point in time. The popularity may have declined but that does not change what I said.
  13. Velisaris_MS Augur

    Funny how the press release fails to mention that Daybreak HAD its own MTG knock-off, and eventually ran it into the ground.
  14. Svann2 The Magnificent

    You mean they couldnt compete with the original?
    Thats not a totally unexpected outcome.
  15. Riou EQResource

    Prob didn't help that they tried to make a significantly more complicated game, where the simplified version (Hearthstone) was extremely popular instead and still getting expansions and stuff
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  16. Waring_McMarrin Augur

    Not to mention all the stability issues it caused as a game within a game until it got its own client.