Magic: The Gathering Updated to 300
Written Thursday, May 13, 2010 By Alan PettitView author's profile
Magic: The Gathering today becomes the first arcade game to break the long-standing 250 gamerscore cap. No announcement on Microsoft's part alerted their gaming community of this rule change of course, though nothing was mentioned when retail games earned a new 1750 cap either. Anyway, rule griping aside (I've learned by now that rules don't actually apply to Microsoft, so there is no point getting upset about anything they do - just roll with it!) Magic's Expansion Pack 2 will add three new achievements for an additional 50 gamerscore for 300 total points. Queue it up now for 400 Microsoft Points.
Oh, and in case you're wondering what the second game will be, if this leaked screenshot is to be believed (which we ran outing the rumored release of Jet Set Radio for XBLA), Trials HD will also be heading to 300 sometime in the future.
Last One Standing 15
Win a 3- or 4-player Xbox LIVE match
Overflowing Harvest 15
Put 8 lands onto the battlefield in one turn
Everything at Stake 20
Defeat Sorin Markov in the single-player campaign (Expansion 2)