On the contrary, I have extensively played almost every big tent ccg except pokemon (mtg, st, sw, VtM, Netrunner, Battletech, Jih, AvP, Term, ME-ICE, L5r), countless independent ccg's, helped playtest a few, and even designed a few card games of my own.
What I dislike is the idea that during a recession and an economic downturn, we are presented with the most expensive ccg product to date in mtg's history, M30 at $1100 for 60 randomized proxy cards after tax. Essentially saying, don't bother showing up unless you are a whale with bags of disposable cash.
The cost in dollars ($1100 after tax) equates to over $10,000 Brazilian currency, a price no one can reasonably afford (the cost is equivalent to buying a car in that region of the world). Add insult to injury, the cards are not tournament legal, and their price is being speculated on based on previous tournament legal prints from 30 years ago.
The best comparable set is collectors edition
which was released in 1993 for $50 retail, and included every card in the alpha/ beta set in one box including power 9. Todays M30 set is essentially a reprint of the collectors edition, at a price of over a grand for 60 random cards. An entire draft box would go for over $10,000, and you likely wont get every card due to the new rarity system. That is a pretty steep difference in price.