Summary: If you like board games, or card strategy games, than you'll love Culdcept. Its easy to pick up and get started, even for the gaming challenged. I should know, I live with one and he loves this game! However the more you unlock the more cards and boards you get. Culdcept offers an almost endless amount of choice, and hours and hours of fun! I only wish that Culdcept 2 had been translated as well, I would buy it in a heartbeat.
Summary: I never played Magic the Gathering. Besides chess, checkers and monopoly this is the only board game I tried. It has a special place in my collection cause it sure was addicting. Wonderful game play here. Enjoy.
Summary: I'm honestly not sure why I like this game. The dialogue is awful, and probably was awful even before it was haphazardly translated into Eng(l/r)ish. The character portraits are spit-take-inducing. The solo quest mode has a plot that's mainly remarkable for its total lack of... a convincing plot. To quote a friend: "God, it's so horrible... WAIT. Why have I been playing this all day?!" It's kind of like Candyland crossed with Magic: The Gathering on a console.
Summary: If you have a multi-tap and 4 controllers you are in for a night of fun. You can play 2 on 2 battles with you frieds or 3 on 1 and even 2 players vs 2 CPU opponents. Create strategies with your teammates, play nothing but monsters of the same element type, create several decks of cards for different purposes the combinations are endless. This game is loads of fun and hours waste away while immersing yourself in the gameplay.
Summary: I've always enjoyed the card type games, there is another Culdcept out for XBox which I never played but, but I am dying to get my hands on it since this one was so much fun. It's like Monopoly and Magic the Gathering in a video games. There is a wide range of cards- high replay value.
Amazon's selling this for $33.90 and up & I see why
7 December 2007
Summary: I read a customer's list of RPG must haves and this came up. Naturally the price $33.90 at the time made me gag a bit. Now, I won't tell you where I got it cheaper (b/c if I EVER decide to sell this game, I want no less that price above) but I did and still love it. Someone called it 'MAGICOPOLY' and I think it does sum it up. What I enjoy the most about this game is the 'beginner's luck' factor.
Summary: This is a board game, ignore the whole video game business (except the nice ability to skip clean up). The monopoly analogy is apt, except with the right force behind you, you can take over park place with a giant pulsing amoeba. Many queues are taken from Magic: The Gathering, especially with creature abilities. The hours melt away playing this thing.