Summary: I had Culdcept on the PS2 and this is as much fun as that version, but with better graphics. This isn't a game for the impatient. You could play a match for 2 hours and still lose, however you still gain new cards and hopefully more knowledge. I enjoy every second of it, I highly recommend this game to anyone that enjoys board games, RPGs, and collectable card games.
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.
Culdcept SAGA is a wonderful gem for the Xbox 360!
K. Jutte "Girospeck", Amazon
20 April 2009
Summary: Since purchasing this game over 6 months ago, 3 of my friends have also bought copies and this has turned into one of the best multiplayer experiences I've had for many years. This game is simply a blast to play. Culdcept SAGA is a unique game and a little difficult to describe. It is set up as a board game with 'property' that can be landed on and acquired. Just like monopoly, you can level up your territory and create chains to increase their value.
Summary: I went to the store to pick up a different game and this one happened to catch my eye. After reading the description, I was intrigued. Well, it surpassed all expectations. I really enjoy it. Things I like: 1) The collectible card part (my kids and I all have different cards and the randomness of getting them is kinda neat).
Summary: When i was a kid i was really into collecting Pokemon cards. Then yu-gi-oh came around and i was collecting/creating decks with that. I am now 21, and when i found out about this game i knew i had to pick it up, and i am not disappointed at all. The online community is amazing. You don't get your singing kids, loud abrasive screaming idiots of cod4/halo 3. There is an unlimited amount of depth in this game.