Top 20 Strategy card games like Gwent part 1

Top 20 Strategy card games like Gwent part 1


Hello everyone, my name is Matater and welcome
to another video. Today I’ll talk about card games like Gwent. I myself really like the game, and I always
did the Gwent quests first in the Witcher just because i enjoyed them more. So, I looked for similar games. Take a look. ES: Legends
From the gameplay’s point of view this game is very well designed, it has some really
cool mechanics, you have the lane system like in Gwent, but there are only two lanes. Also, there is the solo arena and the story
mode. You will finish the story mode fast, but the
arena mode lasts much longer, and since you are playing vs AI, you can use it to grind
packs and gold for a cheap price. And there is a bonus point if you like The
Elder Scrolls, and if you have played one of their games, you will enjoy ES: Legends
much more. Hearthstone
One of my personal favorite games, this game is very friendly for newcomers, you can take
your sweet time learning the mechanics since there are 50 ranks, and you can start from
rank 50 and slowly, while learning how to play get down to rank 25 and then the ladder
starts. It’s really fun, and it constantly adds new
content for you to explore. I strongly recommend this to anyone who likes
a bit of a thinking game. Magic: The Gathering Arena
This is definitely one of the more difficult games in this list, MTG Arena is a digital
version of the popular card game developed by Wizards of the Coast. It features many different races and tactics
you can choose to play, although it takes a while to get the game. I played it for a long time, I really enjoyed
the feeling of beating someone, then shaking their hand and knowing you won, it’s a rewarding
experience, I recommend this one to you if you like a challenge. The Lord of the Rings: Adventure card game. It started badly, with an ugly economic model,
and it’s now way better, with interesting updates, and devs (developers) that actually
listen to their community. It’s still early access, so some areas are
more rough than others. But, overall, the game is great, and is becoming
better with more cards available. The community is very friendly and helpful,
so don’t be afraid to ask for help if you get stuck on something. The narrative voice acting is very calm and
nice. Kind of relaxing, even. Just the game itself is really nice. Definitely worth keeping an eye on. Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Joey the Passion
This is a fun game for Yu-Gi-Oh fans. Joey the Passion was my go-to game when I
was bored, I always had a good time playing it. The graphics are a bit outdated of course,
the game isn’t new, but it’s good enough for your eyes not to bleed out. Play it, see if you like it. The game is more complex than MtG so, I don’t
recommend this for new players. Kards
It’s a free WWII card game which has a fitting soundtrack and the 1940’s art style is something
really unique in this game. Sound effects are also admirable. Additional cards can be won by playing, no
matter if you win or lose. Everyone is a winner, right? And the cards themselves are divisions and
objects which really existed in the war, like the Bismarck and the HMS Hood and so on. There is a backstory to each of them. The game is still in Early Access but this
seems very unique and promising. Fable Fortune
It’s another free game which takes place in the Fable universe. This game isn’t slow, matches aren’t stretched
out, so you get to enjoy the game because tempo doesn’t really matter, and you will
always get into the late game and use all your cards. Graphics look nice, and it’s just a game
to try out for fun. And if you’re a Fable fan, this is a must
play. Warhammer Age of Sigmar:Champions
This game is more unique than the rest, because it has quests in the game, and cards don’t
“cost anything”, but they are limited by the board slots the player has. The players have to work and base their plays
to complete their quests and trigger their blessings. Blessings are powerful cards which can turn
the tide heavily in the players favor. There are 4 different blessings for each of
the 4 champions, so there are a variety of styles you can play. From the reviews I can tell that many people
are happy with the cross-play this game has achieved. Some also say that the tutorial isn’t very
good, so if you want to try this game, watch some tutorials on YouTube. Other than that, the game looks very interesting. 9. Slay the Spire
It’s a deckbuilding roguelike which just sucks you in. It’s very addicting and fun. You’ll die a lot trying to find strong card
combinations, but it’s worth it. The most important part is the combinations,. That’s the way to get the big blocks or big
attacks. There are different encounters, fights, enemies,
attacks, cards, etc. to discover and unlock. Three characters with each their own twist
and even within those playstyles quite some variation depending on how you build the deck. Every run is different and every time you
lose you feel that you could have done something different. If you like card games, certainly get this
one. If you like roguelikes, check whether you
like the card mechanic and then get it. If you’re a fan of both, don’t even dare to
think and just get it. This game is really worth it. Also it’s on summer sale right now, so you
can get it cheap. 10. Steamworld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech
Another more roguelike game, but it still pushes heavily on the card mechanic. It has crisp graphics and the music is atmospheric,
combat is easy to learn but with it’s subtleties. and it’s focused on a few mechanics, not 5
million, so that’s good. You can easily learn the controls, and it’s
adaptation to Switch is very good The game is fast paced, so you won’t be snoozing when
you play this. Thank you very much for watching, like and
subscribe if you enjoyed, and i’ll see you in the next one.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *