Nintendo 3DS Strategy Game “Culdcept Revolt” Receives an Overview Trailer (VIDEO)

Nintendo has just released an overview trailer for a 3DS game called Culdcept Revolt, a strategy card and board game sure to release the inner Yu-Gi-Oh fan. While there are obvious differences between the two, this game is a cut above the other one and it’s not made of cardboard either. Combining the “flow of a board game” with the strategic side of a “card battle game”, players must roll a dice to move about the board, discover magic, defeat opponents, and claim territories. The overall goal is to reach a Gate and have enough Total Magic to win the game. Check out the overview trailer for Culdecept Revolt below:

Don’t let the fun video fool you. It’s not necessarily an easy game since there are several features to consider with each move, including bankruptcy (magic depletion), side effects, special abilities, territory control and all that comes with it. It may be just as enraging as Monopoly because there are “toll fees” and “land value” to take into account as players move across the board, but there are also d-d-d-d-duels ahead with each roll of the dice. There are over 400 cards to collect on the journey to total domination in single and multiplayer mode. That’s right, take this chance to destroy the delicate tether that holds your friendships together in Yu-Gi-Oh Monopoly.

For more information on the battle system and overall gameplay, check out the link right here. What do you think of Culdcept Revolt – does it look interesting or could it be easily passed up? Feel free to leave any thoughts or comments in the section below or begin a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers official Facebook and Twitter! For more awesome gaming and related news, check out the articles below:

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