Deck Heroes: Legacy

Deck Heroes: Legacy

Every once in a while you can encounter a game on Google Play that takes you to a fantasy world where everything is done by using cards. Deck Heroes: Legacy is one such game – it offers a fantasy world where all the affairs are managed and solved by using fantasy cards with each one of them being a hero.

The game comes with colorful 2D graphics and although you will not see 3D visuals the game will treat your eyes with tons of unique pictures and details so we cannot be disappointed here. The sound inside the game is also great so no points lost here as well. The gameplay, however, is complicated and will not appeal to many of you. Although the game comes with a tutorial inside, it is by no means short and there are many details that must be taken into account in order for you to actually grasp and then keep in mind what is happening. The problem with this game is that it tosses you right into the action when you have no idea what is going on and more importantly why. So you will be fighting battles that seem meaningless (why all the violence, you will be asking yourself) and even endless since battles are everywhere and all the time. They are fought by using the cards that you have since each card represents a hero with certain abilities, strengths and weaknesses and after each battle, given that you win, you will have a few moves before you get into another battle. All in all, we did not like this and although the game does have good points we cannot be left with good impressions.

Deck Heroes: Legacy is a game that is for people who have the time and nerves to learn how to play it. The game comes with complex rules that require time to grasp and most of you won’t give it to this app. After all, when playing a game you want to have fun and not learn a new textbook, right? Well, this is where Deck Heroes: Legacy fails. The app has chaotic gameplay, meaningless battles and what’s even worse you will be left wondering why you are enduring all this. We rarely leave negative comments on games on our web site but Deck Heroes: Legacy kind of deserves them. We are sure the game has strong points and even fans around the world but like we said – it requires a lot from you before giving anything in return and this is a deal that most people won’t like.

Deck Heroes: Legacy is here on Google Play.

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