Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions

Genre - Warhammer Fantasy CCG

I have played quiet a few card games in my advanced years both digitally and in the real world. I am also a huge fan of the Warhammer universe, but more so the old world. I mean what the heck is an Orruk or a Grot?

I bought some packs of the physical game first and played a bit on my android phone. I found it quite difficult to work out the game mechanics and the user interface was a bit busy for a small screen. So I only played a few quick games.

Once I saw it was on Steam I thought I’d give it another go, especially as it allows you to link your android account and has sought after achievements you either love or hate.

Real player with 90.5 hrs in game

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If you like Magic the gathering, there are a bunch of Magic TCGs on here, go play any one of them.

If you’re looking for something new and different… Go play Hex. Hex has really interesting PvE options, and a lot of different features that kept me interested for quite a while.

If you’re looking for something new that isn’t magic, and Hex isn’t doing it for you either, I’d recommend one of the Yu-gi-oh games, or hearthstone, or god, anything other than this.

It’s interesting at first, utilizing a mechanic involving the cards having values at each corner and being rotated each turn. If you enjoy card games, you will most likely enjoy this as much as any other.

Real player with 74.8 hrs in game

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions on Steam

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf



WHAT TO EXPECT: Games Workshop. WH40K. Isometric perspective maps. Turn-based, chess-like combat. Comprehensive card forging. Grindy deck-building. Extensive deck management. NPC roster selection. Unlockable tactical ability selection of a binary nature. Graphically appealling. 3x pve mini-campaigns. 1x pve daily challenge mode. Versus pvp mode. Grindy achievements. Singleplayer and Multiplayer. Free weekly card drops. Requires permanent online connection.

Real player with 849.0 hrs in game

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UPD. 12.10.17

They’ve released the game, finally!

It is rebalanced. Got new balance for weapons and overall difficulty of the missions has been significantly reduced, but still hard to beat at the end. Good work afterall.

New Black-Maned wolf if great. A bit to overpower, but that’s OK.

It’s cheap, but offers much more than lots of other overpriced titles.


UPD. 23.04.17

I’ve got played new version with new weapon balance. It chaged everything. Now each weapon is useful and can find place in your deck. Range weapons are no ultimate decision anymore. You have to fill your deck with melee cards, which can now hit multiple targets or, ATLAST, strike diagonally. Also almost every weapon got new handy chain effects. Shotguns now can hit close range targets. Most of equiped weapon are now more efficient (cheaper or have better params) - that realy makes sense. I’m just learning to play with new balance, but as far as I’ve seen, it feels great.

Real player with 352.1 hrs in game

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf on Steam

Talisman: Origins

Talisman: Origins

Wow! What a fantastic gift the makers of Talisman have given us! This takes you back to the beginning of the talisman world, with the creation of the crown of command and continues through the resulting havoc.

There are 7 books, each with about 4-5 quests, and each quest has 6-7 challenges that you can accomplish once you have completed the original quest once. It is challenging without being too hard and going for the challenges can take some time and replays of each quest. Also, there is indication that there will be more content added in the future.

Real player with 119.0 hrs in game

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If you want a fully fledged single player Talisman / board game experience to keep you for hours on end, this is the game.


+Revamped UI with more information for the player.

+Story unfolds via Chapters (New scenarios per chapter) and also in-game (new evolving quest-lines to complete), creating an engaging end goal for the players to achieve whilst in a Talisman board game environment.

+Chapters are introduced in tandem with the mechanics of the game, creating a good learning curve as the story progresses. This also means that each scenario offers a fresh take on the game from the perspective of a different protagonist or even antagonist.

Real player with 29.8 hrs in game

Talisman: Origins on Steam

The Horus Heresy: Legions

The Horus Heresy: Legions

This here, it is their cash milking machine, mind you as long as the gros is getting to GW i rly dont mind.

Just wish there was something you could invest money in without being a whale. a sub that didnt suck for instance , a better matchmaking system ? in fact id prolly buy single player cmpaigns if those gave me good cards instead of the RNG.

The gem system is 5:1 a card being drawn as double only gives me 1 5th of its cost in the gem shop.

Trouble is new factions cost gold primarily to get and at first only 200 coin crates are available not the more reasonable ones.

Real player with 1215.3 hrs in game

The game throws you into some pretty cool fights when you first start the game.

They have cool enemies and you are getting rewards and you think maybe there is a cool story and hope this continues to develop and allow you to adjust your deck as you go through an amazing campaign story mode.

But no…It just ends abruptly out of nowhere and the game is pretty much a grindfest or pay wall from that point onwards. You try to play a friendly match, you get in a game with ai or players. Players have better decks than you because you are a noob who hasn’t paid any money to buy all the cards and build better decks or grind for hundreds of hours, so you get pummelled because the matchmaker is trash like most card games.

Real player with 597.3 hrs in game

The Horus Heresy: Legions on Steam

Talisman: Digital Edition

Talisman: Digital Edition

Digital edition of classic fantasy RPG board game, Talisman. If you know the board game and like it, think no more, you need this.

..what if you don’t know Talisman? I still recommend it!

Heed this, though: old school board games tend to have different sensibilities than modern digital games and it may be bit too random for your taste. If you can’t stomach being on top of the world only for your game to be turned into ashes in your mouth because of no fault of your own or genius of your opponents, but rather pure chance of bad dice rolls… This may not be for you.

Real player with 157.2 hrs in game

TL;DR: Ignore the meta-critic score; ignorant reviewers shouldn’t be allowed to review games.


Talisman: Digital Edition is an amazing adaptation of the original boardgame. I could write several pages about why this game is enjoyable to play, but there are a million reviews that can give you that. Instead, let me explain why all of the negative reveiwers are wrong:

1 - Most of the negative reviewers can’t read. I don’t know how to put this politely, but it seems that 9/10 of the negative reviews I see about this game come down to the fact that the reviewer didn’t understand how a certain card or area worked. For example, they’ll say things like, “I couldn’t use my Psionic Blast card in the middle of combat????”" … when the card clearly states when you can use it. I’m sorry, but if you can’t even read, you shouldn’t be reviewing games.

Real player with 147.9 hrs in game

Talisman: Digital Edition on Steam