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Submitted by Shayera 2348d ago | review

CheatCC Review: Culdcept SAGA (4 out of 5) - Cards from Asgard

CheatCC writes: "Culdcept SAGA from Namco Bandai utilizes elements from traditional card collection games and board games to make a rather compelling fusion. This mix makes for a very interesting variant on an otherwise familiar and crowded genre. Moreover, the crisp graphics, hand drawn art work, layered strategic play, and online capabilities make this title a must buy for anyone that enjoys card and board games. Culdcept SAGA follows the life of a poor young peasant who has the ability to use the ancient lithograph relics of the Culdcept. In other words, he can use magical cards to kick butt. The boy doesn't know this however, and it isn't until he is sold into slavery for the sake of his village that he becomes aware of his remarkable ability. He is a Cepter and his journey will be fraught with challenges that will pit him against the Dark Priest Sapphius." (Culdcept Saga, Xbox 360) 4.0/5

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