EA’s CCG beased on Dragon Age characters
Furthermore, EA thought it was a good idea to disembark Dragon Age franchise onto mobile shores with a collectible card game. Oops. Yes, you’ve read it right: we are not talking about a gritty moonlit dungeon crawler, or an adventure game with witty dialogues and charismatic characters either. It’s a yet another card game. In fact, it’s a yet another high quality with brilliant graphics and animations and backed by a successful franchise, which is even sadder and proves our fear of an oncoming trend of making CCGs of everything. Should we thank EA it’s a CCG and not a “Dragon Age Run” or a “Dragon Crush Saga”?
Curiously, although design is outstanding, the 3D design doesn’t make any favor to this game, which would have looked great in Dragon Age’s comic style. One would think that, as characters are in 3D you would be able to customize them, which would be a great improvement to the genre, but you can’t. Likewise, no matter how good it may be to look at, it can heavy and deeply disappoint Dragon Age fans.
Oriented to fans of the CCG looking for a high quality game. Fans of Dragon Age, come back home: the Blight of CCGing has reached these lands.