Summary: I love this game. The art is fun and there is a lot of variance in the strategy required in the gameplay. It's kind of like Magic: The Gathering and chess had a love child. Mythical creatures, played against each other in a strategic campaign to take over the game board and win the match. So fun!
Summary: We got this game after playing the Culdcept game for PS2. At the time, I was just introduced to Magic, The Gathering and this game was described to me as a mashup of Magic and Monopoly. Well, after five years, this is one of the few video games that I would go back and play again. In fact, I just dusted it off the shelf recently and had been playing it over the last few weeks.
Summary: Love tactical games and this one really puts a good twist into it with the cards and abilities. Huge fan of Magic the Gathering and will try all other cards games and when it involve a video games many are not very good but this one does it well.
Summary: Played the first one for the Playstation, so when this one came out i had to buy it. I dont care how good you get or how many cards you have. The game will match you. If you like a challenge and monopoly..this game is a great addition for your video game collection.
Summary: This game had interesting reviews on the internet. I was looking for another turn based multiplayer game to play at my house. When i went to play it with friends. I found the loading process to be incredibly long. The game had a clutzy interface. disappointed.
Summary: A very rare and a very difficult game to find. Culdcept Saga is a video game for people who like Magic: The Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Monopoly, or strategy games. Culdcept Saga is a card game, but unlike any card game I have every played before. Its simple to learn, but difficult to master. Every turn you move an avatar around on a board and place a monster. If your opponent lands on the monster they can either pay the cost or fight your monster for control of the land.
Summary: not only was the ps2 version epic, but the x360 upholds this "magic the gathering" meets "monopoly" gameplay awesomeness. the only drawback is the story, which is pretty weak sauce. aside from that, i keep coming back to this game over and over again every year since it's been released. friends still come over with their memory cards that contain their decks so we can throw down or team up against the a.i. do yourself a favor and pick up this game if you haven't already.