Earth: the Millennium of humans has approached its end. History has come to a halt. Demons, angelic Kells, and human Cybers are in a three way conflict with no end in sight. Weary of fighting, people have placed their hopes on the Infinita Sacrament, said to have the power to change the world. An independent organization, "The Agency", was created to search for it. Who will obtain the Infinita Sacrament and take command of the next Millennium? The future is shrouded in dark mystery. You are the new Agent.
Eternal Destiny is an epic card game inspired by myths, legends, and H.P. Lovecraft, featuring 500+ cards with delightful animation and voice acting!
500+ cards, all with professional voice acting and eye-catching animation
Evolve your cards by stacking two of the same card
Defeat enemies by combining cards with various skills, abilities, and attributes
Art featuring cute, strong, and sexy girls
Story mode: solve problems as a new Agent with unique allies, and enjoy visual-novel-style storytelling
Online mode: defeat your friends online with high-level strategy
Dungeon mode: explore dungeons, level up, and obtain rare cards
Collect unique cards inspired by famous myths, legends, and H.P. Lovecraft
Pick sides and choose your favorite faction
Play and unlock exclusive art
As a card game, eternal destiny is awesome! It's no mere basic card game. For one, there is no automatic battle mode where you pick a card and the game decides the rest for you. Instead, you have to decide whether a card attacks or uses skills in the combat phase. You even get to pick to decide whether or not to use cards in your defense phase to counter other moves! If anything, this game reminded me of Yu-Gi-Oh, and this is a good thing. The story in this game is weak but essential because you?re required to complete the mission to unlock cards. I treated the story was a long tutorial before moving onto multiplayer. Visually, the game looks okay but you can tell it?s meant for handheld systems like the Vita. I also found that my FPS was limited regardless of my pc specs. This was a little irking but it was a card game it in the end. Playing this game basically means that you farm for gold to buy new cards to fight other players and so on. I think this is the kind of replayability that most card game player seek, I know I found the game to have a lot of replay value. One thing I don?t like though is that some online matches are unbalanced due to other players having better cards.
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