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Neverland Card Battles - Sony PSP

3.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
Rated: Teen
Metascore: 57 / 100
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Platform: Sony PSP
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  • Master the power of over 200 very unique summoning cards
  • Head-to-head battles set the stage for intense tactical action
  • Epic story of good vs. evil set in Idea Factory's famed Neverland series
  • Conquer more territory to strengthen your power in battle
  • Build customized decks to match your playing style

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Product Description

Card-based RPG action comes to PSP and brings an innovative mix of genres—RPG plus turn-based card battles. With Ad-hoc head-to-head multiplayer mode and card trading, there's tons to do. Wield great powers with over 200 cards at your disposal. Use cards to summon powerful allies such as warriors, wizards, mages, and more. Build defending walls and healing fountains. Boost your army’s strength and speed to gain the advantage. Earn more powerful cards as you complete each boss battle and assemble the ultimate deck. Strategic and unique mana collecting system means battles take place on grids made up of squares. Walk over the squares to collect mana needed to use your cards. Tactfully positioning your armies and collecting mana is critical for each battle. Challenging boss battles mean foes hold unique and powerful decks, and fight in different ways. Learn the different combinations of strengths and weaknesses to combat them to become a true card master. • Advanced Character Customization – unlock new cards in the story mode and build your own decks for epic multiplayer battles. Trade cards with friends and create personalized decks full of your favorite cards.

Product Information

Release date October 28, 2008
Customer Reviews
3.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #24,073 in videogames
#366 in Video Games > Sony PSP > Games
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Product Dimensions 7 x 4.2 x 0.5 inches
Media: Video Game
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I hesitated for months around buying this game due to all the marginal printed reviews. However, I finally read enough to decide that it sounded like the type of game I'd like, being a former Magic The Gathering player, as well as enjoying other collectible card games.

I'm really glad I tried this game! I loved this game; I sell nearly every game after I'm done with it, but have not yet been able to part with this one as I still go back to play it.

If you like collectible card games like Magic, Yu-Gi-Oh or the like, I'd highly recommend Neverland Card Battles.

You start with a base set of cards, build a deck, and battle it out with opponents. Win or lose, you gain cards to improve your deck. Instead of playing resource cards, you move yourself and your creatures around to gain land, and that land allows you to play more cards and also pays for cards currently in play.

There's a fair amount of strategy in taking land and using creatures to hold that land, block the opponent, etc.

There's also the metagame of deck building. The game allows you to save 3 different deck designs; a great touch as you'll likely have at least 2 decks to use depending on who you're playing and where you're playing.

There are some issues with cards; a few are broken in power. But if the few broken cards bother you, you can choose not to play with them in your decks.

Overall, I loved this game, being a fan of collectible card games and the metagame of deck building. Whether or not you enjoy that style of game will determine whether it's worthwhile buying Neverland Card Battles.
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I had never heard of this game and upon seeing the title decided long ago to pass on it since titles like Disgaea afternoon of darkness were coming out.
I Almost missed the proverbial bus on this game! it's a fun blend of turn based strategy with card battles instead of the usual
attack/defend/guard formulas of old.
while the graphics aren't stunning the voice work is very good
and the art on the cutscenes is exceptional.
the game is fairly simple to pick up and play if you're a card gamer like me. the combination of needing to "conquer" land to summon monsters and cast spells had a very big "Magic the gathering" feel to it and anyone whom played battlemage on ps1 will want to look at this title. though not real time like battlemage the card selection and battles themselves can get very strategic and are a blast.
I'd recommend this game to any fan of card battlers
or turn based rpgs.
Graphics: not really up to snuff 3 stars

Sound: excellent voice work and decent sound fx 4 stars

gameplay: pick up and play simple. 5 stars!

Fun: a blast to play and a great portable game 5 stars!

while this game may not be for everyone card game fans and turn based rpg/strategy fans should definately download the demo (available now from the playstation store) and make the decision for yourself. I however love it and recommend it. 4 stars!

Edit: I am STILL playing through the single player
and found another feature not really spoken of in the game
the ability to CHOOSE an opponent when Revisiting a battleground
you've been to before allowing you to earn More Cards
and get a better grasp of what style you are playing (or going to play) truly an excellent game that shouldn't be overlooked!
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It's an ok game, it's got the system in place to make it fun, but graphics leave more to be desired. Models are ugly, animations are somewhat lame, the combat isn't really enough to make me play it more having played Fire Emblem Sacred stones and Duel masters 1 and 2 for GBA. I realize it;s a budget game, but in this case it hurt the game alot. I can only play it for about 2-10 minutes before having to put it down. Give it a pass, there are much better games on the psp.
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Of all the games that I played, this is by far the hardest video game I have ever played. In fact, I am probably the only person who finished this game. It is just like the other reviewer said. Once you get to 12th stage which I believe it was the second fight against Refia,will be impossible for the average player. Even if someone did manage to bypass that, I will claim that NO ONE will get past the 17th match. There are 18 matches in this game. You will have to duel most of the characters twice. The computer AI of this game is the most vicious I have ever seen. The strategy involved in this game is the most complicated of them all. One such person going through this game will easily get lost and confused to the point that it will render him/her unconscious. This is definitely my number one game will be in my collection. A game that is only finished by me.......
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