The RPG Struggle: Magic: The Gathering

In the past few years, PC gaming has gained a lot of popularity. Almost every young kid or even adults engage themselves with online games. You will see even card or board games on the internet now, which has made the old fashioned face to face games an old story.

However, here is the first card game that has gained much popularity but is not on the internet or in any other digital form. The reason why this is so is because they game has such complexities to it that it has been claimed that developing it into a digital game is impossible with the current motherboard that is used for gaming.

The game, Magic: The Gathering, is a fantasy game, which involves role playing and intense variables in it cards. Each card has its own features and spells, which have a different effect on each card. Does that sound complicated? Wait till you hear the next part; the game has more than fifteen thousand, four hundred cards. With these many variables, it is understandable that the gaming motherboard will not be able to handle it.

Devoted players are satisfied with even if the game is not digitalized as it is still quite engaging. No one would want to play it if the digital version lags a lot. If you still have more you want to know about, then you can read this article. It will give you details and an analysis on the game too.

Even though technology has developed so much in just a few years’ time, it is still far from making complicated digital games without any lagging or discomfort for the player. However, playing this card game face to face is another type of experience in itself, which helps people bond with each other.