Originally Posted by Sai'ix Renkai
You're working in a best case scenario though. Someone has to make it, maintain it, update it, upgrade it, make sure that it works right at LEAST 95% of the time. Then they have to get paid for every minute of work they put into it. They have to make the program realize that when you play Loss, you draw two cards. But your opponent has a chance to interrupt. Honestly, the best thing I could think happen to it IF it happens would be if it got run by the guys that made the MtG Xbox Live Arcade game. Because that works beautifully.
Also, they would have to make two formats. Unlimited for players that don't like Block, and Block for those who think Unlimited is the Minors. It MAY be worth it all. But put yourself in Tylar's, or Andy's or Alex's shoes. How would you put together a pitch to make this when the actual game itself has proven to be hit and miss in regards to sales?
Your adding on too much that should be left to the players. I like how dueling network works for yugioh You don't have to play it but look how its set up. It has three formats. Rated block / unrated block/ unlimited. You play cards and ask your opponents for a response. It's also a way to test out new cards for bandai. What I like that dueling network did was put cards out that are coming out in a new set. Let the community tinker around with the cards. And see what are good and what is bad. So they can determine where their sale will be. And any mind takes that need to be fixed. I understand its hard but that business you need to make hard decision and tough work for the better of the company.