Reviews and Problems with The Eye of Judgement: Legends
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Addictive Fantasy Card Battles
26 March 2014
Conclusion: Having been a fan of the Yu Gi Oh! card games over the years I was really looking forward to the release of this title. So far, I have not been disappointed. This game plays out on a 3x3 grid of fields as the other reviewer mentioned. I found the learning curve quite steep to begin with and had not realised you could spend mana during a turn to activate attacks as well as summon new creatures for battle!
Summary: I used to have the card game version for the PS3 but this plays much better. It is £20 in the PSP store to download so this is a bargain (you can download 3 premium card packs too for just over £1 each) As I had already played, the game was pretty easy to pick up.However for a first time player it may seem a bit confusing. As previous reviewer said, I would read up on the rules first.
Summary: This is a reasonably deep turn-based strategy game based on the PS3 game of the same name (minus the 'Legends' subtitle). In essence, it is a collectable card game (like Magic the Gathering) that uses virtual cards. The main attraction for me, as a very casual player of the PS3 version, is that I can collect all (or at least a high percentage) of the cards just by playing the game (and, potentially, by trading with players over the network).