- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Puzzle, Strategy
- Release Date
Wii U eShop
- 11th Dec 2014, Free
- Official Site
Review Lucadian Chronicles (Wii U eShop)
A killer hand
Card games certainly have their place in Nintendo's history; any fan of Pokémon will know just how important the trading cards were to the series' success, especially upon its début in the '90s. While it may seem strange to turn a card game into a video game — after all, much of the appeal comes from the physical act of using cards...
About The Game
Collect heroes and assemble teams to fight through the single-player campaign mode or battle other players online in leagues and real-time draft tournaments.
- A full single-player campaign with branching paths.
- Over 100 cards to collect and evolve.
- A real-time draft tournament mode that pits players against each other on an even playing field in a pure test of skill.
- Asynchronous PvE and PvP challenges.
- Off-TV play
- In-game Miiverse™ integration, including stamps.
Finally a digital ccg for the Wii-U! The Gamepad is a no-brainer for games like this.
I liked it so much i actually bought it and it really does get intense later on.
Rather enjoying this, going to get it, but I might wait till after Christmas just incase of crazy eShop Christmas sales like last year
Love the demo i will buy this the first chance i get.
@Captain_Gonru - There is one
In someways I'd like to see what Nlife says about this one. I've hit just about every game bug now I think, hope that patch is coming soon.
Im a bit confused about the full version vs the free one.
Wow, just played the demo version. This is a really solid game - anyone who enjoys collectible card games in real life should definitely play, and Wii U owners who want a fun little strategy game should too!
The free version is basically a demo - if the game sounds at all interesting, download it and start playing.
@Captain_Gonru - You're welcome. Best I can figure the campaign can be tricky to clear perfectly which would slow people down, plus it needs two runs to see it all.
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