So /a/ I know a lot of you play M:TG and YGO, but do any of you play the waifu game?
It has all you favorite series.
There's a lot of luck involved. A starter deck can beat an expert deck if you flip the right cards. If you want a highly competitive game, where you work hard to make a good deck, and beat other people based on skill, this isn't for you. If you want a fun game with cute anime girls to casually play with friends, this is it.
God I hate Bushiroad. Konami does something retarded with Yugioh every 4 months, but nothing pisses off like Triggers. Why on earth would you expect fairness from it and put such a mechanic in more than one game is beyond me.
If the set you like is in english, is there any real reason to play the japanese set (unless you already had it).
most sets have very similar functioning cards, and its very swingy and luck based, but not so oppressive as say YuGiOh. Still shit mechanic wise compared to other nip games like Wixoss, or the grandaddy Magic. Its fun however.
luck not include much when you step to advance play . It's about how to manage your deck to have as many climax as possible after refresh deck .
And balance between series is very fuck up , if you pick high tier series your chance to win is sky rocket .
No idea what the gameplay is like, but I wish they'd bring Precious Memories to America so I could play a Hidamari deck.
A bondable reverser seems nice, but I don't know how useful the 1k on top of that is going to be. Also nice to have a Shinobu shimakaze.
I'm hoping for any good lvl 3 really, they haven't shown anything exciting at this level for now and that's what monogatari is missing.
You know, I was going to make a Kanbaru deck but there isn't really enough in English to get it to work.
That and the fact that I don't actually know how to play.
I want to play an Oshino, Kaiki, Gaen, Yozuru, Teori deck if they ever get that far into the series.