Really Blizz a Collectible Card Game

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You can earn booster packs every time you win a match. Buying the cards is completely optional. The issue with it being pay to win is a problem with the genre as a whole, not the game. ALL card games are 100% pay to win.
15 devs most of which prob could have brought very little to diablo what thoughtless post by op

im excited for hearthstone I immediately signed up for beta and cant wait to get my hands on it

the diablo dev team is most likely working on 1 if not 2 expansions for d3 for the most part maby some battlenet changes and the rest are likely working very hard on 1.08 and other future free patches
03/22/2013 02:30 PMPosted by LinkR
You can earn booster packs every time you win a match. Buying the cards is completely optional. The issue with it being pay to win is a problem with the genre as a whole, not the game. ALL card games are 100% pay to win.


Yeah don't worry, i know about that. It's just that traditionnal card games doesn't use "Free to play" label when they give free starter decks. God collectible card games are certainly the most expensives games, beside maybe Warhammer and Warhammer40k the board game.

To talk about something more similar than IRL Card Games, Urban Legends, or Pox Nora, also give free samples and a way to win new cards, but you can't really collect without spending money.

The point of a collectible card game is to sell cards, this game will not be different from that. Well, you can't touch your card, or keep them in your library.
I love TCG's, but I'll have to wait and see how ridiculously they handle the microtransactions. I expect it to be something like $5 per pack and $20 per box. Much like real TCG packs.
I'm actually fairly interested, and I've never played these sort of card games outside of a couple of casual dabblings with friends.

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