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Love Letter Batman Boxed Edition Card Game
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- Just 16 cards for hours of fun!
- Take on the villains of Gotham City as the Dark Knight
- Incredible art from the Batman comics
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Take Back the Streets of Gotham City! The most notorious villains in Gotham City have escaped Arkham Asylum and it's up to the Dark Knight to round them up and return them to their padded cells. Love Letter: Batman Edition is a game of risk, deduction, and luck for 2-4 players. Earn Batman Tokens by eliminating opponents and by winning each round for a new spin on classic Love Letter! Batman comes together with the award-winning Love Letter to bring a new style of play to this hit game. Featuring new rules that put you in the cowl of the Dark Knight, you'll fight to capture the most dangerous criminals in Gotham City! Featuring quick play and easy to learn rules, Love Letter: Batman will be a hit for any Bat-Fan! Contents:- 16 Game cards- 4 Reference cards- Rulebook- 25 Batman Tokens.
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While I don't own the original "Love Letter", I did do some research and discovered that the "Batman" variant is almost the same game: the "1 - Guard" card does the same thing as the "1 - Batman" card, the "4 - Handmaid" card does the same thing as the "4 - Robin" card, and etc. The only thing that seems to separate it is the fact that you can earn Batman tokens for correctly guessing the identity of another player. I personally like this mechanic, though the average play time of twenty minutes can stretch a bit if no one is guessing identities correctly and/or often. You may end up going through several rounds as a result, though you can opt to play to three or five Batman tokens instead of seven.
Short and sweet, "Love Letter: Batman" is quick, fun, and somewhat of a mind game. I doubt you'd need more than one version of "Love Letter" as they all seem to have the same card effects and rule set, so my advice is to pick up the version that appeals to your inner geek the most.
The goal of the game is to either eliminate all other players or have the highest ranked card at the end of a round. Rounds are short so even if you're eliminated early, you don't have to wait too long before getting back in the game.
I'd recommend for most everyone, particularly those with a thirst for grim vengeance.
The artwork is great, the cards feel really solid, and the little Batman tokens are great.
This works great when you have 3+ players, but as a 2 player game, I found that 95% of the time, a player ends up getting knocked out. Not that it's a bad thing, necessarily, but it does change the strategy a bit.
Worth noting: this one is fun even if you only have 2 people (I just play with my wife) but I've heard it's even better with 3-5 people.
The batman version of the game is a re-skin of the traditional game, and I think it's pretty hilarious. You get little batman symbols instead of boring red cubes for victory! Some other re-skins of the game alter the mechanics slightly (I like the The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies edition, which changes the "3" role so they are different, and also introduces a "0" role), but this one is basically the vanilla version. Still I love it all the same.