Japanese top card battler Shadowverse launches on Steam


Shadowverse might not have the street recognition in the west that, say, Magic the Gathering or Hearthstone does, but over in Japan the digital card game became a force to be reckoned with after its release this past June. The title has made in-roads across the Pacific, having launched on iOS, Android, and — as of yesterday — Steam.

The free to play card battler boasts over 400 voiced cards, a PvE campaign, seven distinct classes, and astronomical combinations. Some users have praised the game for its vivid art style, clear card mechanics, and lower dependence on RNG. “‘Like Hearthstone, but better’ is pretty much the simplest way to explain this to most people,”¬†one player commented.

Get a feel for Shadowverse with its trailer below!

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