Cryptozoic Entertainment Capcom Street Fighter Deck-Building Game

Cryptozoic Entertainment Capcom Street Fighter Deck-Building Game

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In the Capcom® Street Fighter? Deck-building Game, you take on the role of Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Balrog, M. Bison or one of the other well-known characters as you travel to exotic locales seeking new challenges! While you begin armed only with basic combat maneuvers, you will add new, more powerful cards to your deck as you go, with the goal of defeating as many Stage Bosses as you can.

Each player starts with their own basic 10 card deck and draws a hand of five cards each turn. Power is the currency you will use to buy new, stronger cards to add to your deck. The goal of a deck-building game is to craft your personal deck into a well-oiled machine.

There are five different types of cards that can be acquired: Villains, Heroes, Equipment, Super Powers, and Locations. A large, central stack of cards supplies a five-card Line-Up from which players make their purchases.

Each player will always have five cards to choose from each turn, so every turn there are new options and new surprises. When a player has amassed enough Power, he or she may attempt to defeat the current Stage Boss. When a Stage Boss is attacked, it retaliates against the attacker! With Street Fighter, the action is often one-on-one.

Players can defend themselves with Defense cards like Chun-Li?s Bracelets and Electric Thunder. Each player also has access to a special Ultimate card that is one of their character?s signature maneuvers. In the end, the player who has accumulated the most Victory Points from the cards in his or her deck wins the game.

Game Contents: 221 Game Cards 14 Oversized Hero Cards 1 Rulebook This item is on pre-order and will be released approximately 15 December 2013 you can keep up to date on any release date changes by following our feed on Twitter or liking us on Facebook) Please note when placing a mixed order of in stock and pre-ordered products, the whole order will ship when the last order comes into stock - if you need in stock items faster than this, please do kindly place a separate order.

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I am a big fan of deck building games, star realms, Xenon Profiteer, Marvel legendary and Paperback being some of my favourites. And while Street Fighter works as a deck builder I think there are a few missteps than prevent it from being truly great. Firstly you are not really attacking the other player, apart from on specific occasions, instead you are competing to win stages which essentially gives you victory points. This is somewhat counter intuitive for the theme. Also working against it is the size and length of the game. Star Realms comes in a tiny box, plays much quicker and offers more gameplay.
If you like the Cerebus engine you may like this theme but from what I understand the DC version has many expansions and this one does not.

Nick Welford | write a review ›