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- Game box contains 250 Cards and 1 Game Manual
- 2-4 players per game
- 30 minutes to play
- Massive replay value
- Tactical card game
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A deadly virus has caused the dead to rise and infect any living thing they encounter. Fleeing to a mysterious mansion, you must gather any materials you can find to protect yourself and fight for your survival against a legion of infected beings! The Resident Evil Deck Building Game brings the story to life in a game of strategy where players construct their card decks as they play. Choose one of your favorite characters from Resident Evil such as: Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, or Albert Wesker among others. Players start with only the most basic of items and weapons. As the game progresses, players build their arsenal with additional Weapons, Ammunition, Action or Item cards to improve their chances of defeating “the Infected”!
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A deadly virus has caused the dead to rise and infect any living thing they encounter. Fleeing to a mysterious mansion, you must gather any materials you can find to protect yourself and fight for your survival against a legion of infected beings! The Resident Evil Deck Building Game brings the story to life in a game of strategy where players construct their card decks as they play. Choose one of your favorite characters from Resident Evil such as: Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, or Albert Wesker among others. Players start with only the most basic of items and weapons. As the game progresses, players build their arsenal with additional Weapons, Ammunition, Action or Item cards to improve their chances of defeating “the Infected”! Notes: This item is only available to ship to addresses in the USA and Canada. Bandai America requires that this item ships only to North America. Orders & Preorders with shipping addresses outside the USA & Canada will be cancelled; we apologize for the inconvenience
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This game is different from other deck builders in that the game's strategy comes from its character cards. Each character card has skills that become available after defeating enough infected, and these typically shape what kind of resources you'll buy, and subsequently what sort of deck you'll build over the course of the game.
My only complaints are the current price - but seeing as the game is no longer in print, this should be expected - and the plastic insert for sorting the cards. The insert is supposed to help organize the cards and make setting up the game that much easier, but it does next to nothing if the box is tilted even slightly as the cards will fall right out of their slots.
Despite this, the game is great fun to play, especially with the full four players. A must have if you're a die-hard Resident Evil fan, or an avid tabletop gamer looking for something interesting to add to your collection!
"Resident Evil: Deck Building Game" is a brand new game from the Resident Evil franchise that uses a very simple turn based card game system that gives room for large strategic battle against zombies, or each other. This is the first deck building game I played and after playing this game with friends and family, I was shocked to find that 3 hours have past and we still want to keep on playing.
I was extremely surprised at how many people enjoyed this game after I have introduced it to them and taught them how to play. They have no experience with other card games such as this and they seemed to much rather do something else, BUT after a few turns of playing, they really enjoyed playing Resident Evil: Deck Building Game and would love to play it again. Having owned this game for a month already and showing it to several friends and family, we spent an enjoyable 5 hours on average playing this game simply because it was just that fun.
I highly recommend this game to people who love boardgames or like the Resident Evil franchise. This game has no actual board and doesn't need one which gives it a high potential for customization.
This game is a highly customizable game where you can modify the rules as you get more experienced to enhance game play to make it more difficult or easier to your liking. As such, I recommend getting about 300 "Magic Sized" card sleeves all of the same color so you can do things such as placing all of the healing items in the mansion so you have to explore to heal yourself (The extra 50 card sleeves are there to replace bent card sleeves since a lot of shuffling will take place). Heres a link of the type of sleeves I meant 100 Count Blue Deck Protector Sleeves. The game also suggests you have tokens to keep track of your life, just having pen and paper handy for each player to keep track of their life is all you really need. And last but not least, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU READ THE GAME MANUAL AND VISIT THE OFFICIAL RESIDENT EVIL: DECK BUILDING GAME SITE [...] to understand how to play or have someone teach you how to play. It seems difficult to understand but after 3-4 turns of playing you will get the hang of it.
There are spacing errors on my version of the Game Manual, future releases might have this problem fixed so beware and check the official site for clarifications. Expect to spend 2-3 hours to play through your first round of "Story Mode", that was how long on average I estimated on each "First time" play through with my friends and family. Experienced players can finish a round of "Story Mode" within 1 hour. The first time I started this game with a few friends it was 8pm and we finished at 11pm and we still wanted to go for another round. We planned to do other things but eventually it was 3am and we were having too much fun with Resident Evil: Deck Building Game. In my experience, teaching new players and playing through the "First time" with them still takes about 3 hours to finish a game. I only gave this game a 4 star rating because I feel that it needs more cards to enhance the game experience. I am hoping to see a possible expansion set for more cards.