Reviews and Problems with Fullmetal Alchemist Trading Card Game
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Kyoon , GameStop
19 August 2011
Summary: The previous reviewer has no idea what he is talking about. This game is fun and should be a great addition to any card game video game player's collection. It has voices from the FMA Cast and the card game is actually fun. It has TONS of replay value and gameplay length, meaning you could buy dual sympathy and get one hour - three hours of fun and then shelf it or buy this and get days upon weeks of fun, depending on the player.
Summary: I've had this game for a few years, and I was kind of like Gen at first, I tried it out, got confused by the tutorial, and put it away. However, if you actually take some time to practice and play the game, it's really fun. The main problem with the card game is that the controls are a little weird, however, once you get used to them, it flows pretty well, the AI provides a decent challenge, and the starter decks, while good, aren't so good that you can just breeze...
Summary: I Love this game as I do any other of the trading card games you have to master.I mean Full Metal Alchemist is great anyway if you like RPG,I have recently discovered the trading card ds games. I mean most have tutorials and I have gotten stuck at 6% on almost all of my 125 DS games so I certainly am not a great gamer.Except DK jungle Climber 52% The 4th boss. I think if you like trading card ds games you shouldn't skip this one.
If you haven't already decided to buy this for yourself, move on.
Gen Falel "Gen", Amazon
30 October 2008
Summary: I haven't played the collectible card game for FMA. I'm not even sure that one exists. If it does, perhaps people who are used to that game and have mastered its intricacies will get some enjoyment out of this DS game. I spent 30 minutes going through the tutorials, played through the first fight in another 30, then ejected it in disgust and tossed it in the pile of games to sell used.