Culdcept SAGA is one of those games that doesn't look like much at all. It's not cutting-edge pretty, its card-based gameplay don't look immediately compelling, and you may well find yourself asking, "What's the point?" But if you play it, you'll be hooked forever. Publisher Namco Bandai's bright, sticky ball-roller Katamari Damacy was that way for some. And Culdcept SAGA, with its compulsive mix of collectible cards and its board game accessibility, is all set to be just as unassumingly captivating.
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