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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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"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).Read more ›
To address the game directly, I'd like to say that this is my first experience with a deck-building game and that after 5 or so turns, it becomes extremely addicting. It is a game that is easy to learn, but more challenging to understand on a strategic level. Building your deck and combating monsters without regard for probability is a recipe for disaster. Fundamentally the game is about adopting a strategy that works well with your character card (everyone starts with a character card that gains new abilities after killing monsters), trying to obtain cards that enable that strategy, and building a deck with consideration to probability and ratio. Since this is my first time playing a deck-building game, the closest thing I can equate the experience to is drafting Magic the Gathering.Read more ›
The pictures corresponds to the games, there are some rules or some actions a little difficult, but the gameplay is great, specially if you play with 3 more friends. The game offers a randomized enviroment, so it's difficult to predict what player wins the round. The best part are the characters and the weapons, there are cool, a great design.
So if you're a real fan of RE series you won't be dissapointed !!
My experience with deck building games only involves Dominion and all of its expansion except for Seaside, so my review is based on my experiences with Dominion and Resident Evil. After playing Dominion, I felt that there was something missing. Winning a game in Dominion is fairly easy (get money, buy points). After researching for quite some time, I passed up on getting Thunderstone (because the minions are known before you attack) and I also passed up on Ascension (because the pool of cards are limited). Resident Evil was the game I've been waiting for, and everyone who have had a chance to enjoy it with me, will say the same about it.
What I like about Resident Evil, the Deck Building Game, is that in order to win, you have to take risks. The zombies are in the mansion, but you don't know what or who it is unless you "explore". Special items in the mansion, also makes taking risks, much more exciting. Furthermore, the different characters allows for a lot of unique game play. To win the game, you have to build your deck around your character (this is the most fun).
What I don't like about the game is the lack of action cards. Because there are 3 types of game play, the number of action cards are very limited for any one type of game. The cards, as others have mentioned, are warped and not of very high quality, but the game is pretty cheap to replace if needed.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this game as both a fan of tabletop games and of the Resident Evil franchise, and I was not disappointed at all. Read morePublished 21 days ago by James
Got it for a friend. He loves it and has bought some booster packs to add more to the deck. Very enjoyable to play with friends. Read morePublished 1 month ago by veng
I'm sure this is on here already, but I give it four STARS. It's a little slow starting out, but once you get strong enough to "explore the mansion", it's fun. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Nothing against the makers or sellers, but it just wasn't that fun.Published 17 months ago by Jason
I like the video games and this is going in my Resident Evil collection.Published 17 months ago by larry
This game is awesome I liked that it's pretty much resident evil in card form I also like the price for a big box it's cheap I recommend this to resident evil fans and people who... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Danielle camp