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Culdcept Revolt Preview

 

Released last summer in Japan by Nintendo, Culdcept Revolt is heading to the 3DS this summer from NIS America. It’s a card-collection game with new boards to play on. The game will allow for online multiplayer matches or you can play through a Story Mode on your own. 4-player local matches are also available if you want to go head to head.

 

 

About

As the Culdcept series celebrates its 20th Anniversary, the addictive card game-meetsboard game is back, bigger and better than ever with hundreds of new cards, inventive boards, and exciting multiplayer. Follow Allen, a new recruit for the rebel Free Bat forces as you fight for freedom from the tyranny of Count Kraniss. Build your deck, create new strategies, and dominate the board in Culdcept Revolt!

With all the classic elements veterans love yet a gentle learning curve for newcomers, Culdcept Revolt is the best Culdcept yet.

Key Features

  • Addictive Fantasy Gameplay – Jump into a match and lose yourself in a world of monsters, magic, and strategy as you navigate the board and summon monsters on your way to victory in this fast-paced, card-collecting fantasy.

  • Near Endless Strategy – Collect over 400 unique cards and develop your skills as you test your deck on new boards with new conditions, or return to favorites to hone your strategies.

  • Play Solo or Online – Discover the story of Culdcept with an engaging Story Mode, or practice with your decks in Free Play Mode. Once you’ve nailed down your strategies, challenge friends and strangers with up to 4 player local or online matches to discover new strategies, climb the leaderboards, and enjoy the excitement of unpredictable and fun matchups.

  • Customize Your Experience – Make your gaming personal by developing a deck to fit your gameplay style, and choose the perfect avatar and deck book to represent your playstyle and personality.

 

 

 

Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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