If you are already a fan of Rage of Bahamut, let me tell you the shortened version of the review: it's the same game with what we could call a "Marvel skin". Period.
Otherwise, this is somehow a trading card game (herein, TCG), but it isn't Magic. It isn't even related anyway to Overpower or to any other CCG you might have played before. It's more like Rage of Bahamut, though I know that I'm walking in circles by saying this. In short, you get cards by fulfilling quests, though there aren't quests at all but some taps here and there instead. The cards you get can be merged to upgrade one of them or traded with other players.
Artwork is nice, conveniently signed by real Marvel comic book artists, and the choice of characters is interesting (Spiderwoman, Black Widow...).
Therefore, a good TCG for mobile devices. Go ahead if you are already into it, or if you want to introduce yourself into TCG genre and feel more comfortable with Marvel characters instead of awkward halfway medieval fantasy and manga.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Oct 18, 2012