Mahokenshi Adventure Strategy Card Game First Impressions 2022
Wielding both blade and magic, it is your duty to protect the floating Celestial Islands from powerful opponents who seek to corrupt them. Challenge your fate and build your card deck to defeat foes and complete missions. Evolve your character with every playthrough, and become the Mahokenshi the world needs.
Where will you start your journey? Will you hail from the sturdy House of Sapphire? The cunning House of Topaz? The fierce House of Ruby? Or the secretive House of Jade? Each house draws its strength from a different elemental spirit and allows you to create different playstyles.
There are more than 200 lovingly illustrated cards to discover. Begin with a basic set of cards and choose how to build your deck as you defeat formidable foes, uncover treasures, and find remote locations. Be careful, as each terrain offers different advantages, so plan your actions with the surroundings in mind. Evolve your playstyle and strategy in every mission and leverage the strengths of your samurai house to create powerful combos.
Travel a vast array of vibrant and beautifully designed 3D maps. Meet the different people of the Celestial Islands, save villages, discover shrines and defeat deadly demons. See your battles brought to life with fully animated characters. Perform magical maneuvers, fiery attacks, strong defensive moves, and swift counterattacks on your way to restoring peace to the world.
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Your audio is ridiculously low.
This reminds me a lot of the basic story from Legend of the Five Rings (an old Tabletop RPG).
I like the art style, and I use to play strategy card games back in the day (big collector of MTG).
The game looks interesting but appears to have a limited playback with having only 4 factions and a limited number of cards. I will most likely hold off on this one for a while.
Side note, the audio was low on this video, I had to increase The YouTube volume to 100% and my speakers to 90% just to hear.
The last part of the video was just silent, so I can't comment on the game's music or sound effects.
Thanks for the video.