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Berserk: The Cataclysm

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Berserk: The Cataclysm is a fantasy card battler with automatic battles in the 'Berserk' universe.

Immerse yourself in the world of Laar, once thriving, and now absorbed by the Dark forces.
Try yourself as a powerful wizard, master of the tower on a flying island, extend your possessions, fighting for controlled territories. You will be able to conquer barbarian lands or lands of other 'Berserk: The Cataclysm' players and compete with your friends.

Your aim is to create a squad of creatures belonging to one of five elements: Forest, Mountains, Plains, Swamps and Darkness - and send them into battle. The stronger your warriors are, the greater the chance of winning you have. Each element gives its warriors special characteristics, creating a varied and unpredictable gameplay in each fight.

Game features:
• Automatic fights
• Global strategic component - capturing other players' lands and creating your own flying island out of foreign lands, protecting your friends from aggressors, terraforming.
• 12 kinds of Player versus Player and Player versus Environment battles.
• Participate in large-scale Clan Wars for unique rewards.
• Explore the world of Laar in Wandering mode, Arena battles, and rating battles.
• Create a unique interior of your home
• More than 2000 unique collectible cards with beautiful illustrations.

Write your name in the Laar Book of Glory!
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Age rating
17+ Mature

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1,4 Ghz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel / ATI Radeon X850, 256 MB or better. DirectX 9.0 or higher.
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Sound Card: On Board
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz or better
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVIDIA GeForce 6800 / ATI Radeon X850, 256 MB or better. DirectX 9.0 or higher.
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Sound Card: On Board
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Translated by
Microsoft from French
Very good GCC, the fights are automatic, so everything goes through the creation of decks. The campaign is long, PvP, etc... Card purchase level:-real money (+ + fast)-game money (+ + slow) but, if you do not want to pay a dime so it is possible, but must be patient. Having played Hearstone, elders scroll GCC, I must say that this one suits me better. It is simpler in the game mechanism. If you look for a quick fantasy card game of grip and playable more than easily go, if you are looking for challenge, pass your way.
Translated by
Microsoft from French
As the "parts" are automatically held, this game is based only on the construction of decks. In itself this might be interesting, but the rarest cards being inherently more powerful, one never has much choice in building a good deck. (so zero for the strategy side) And that's the problem: to have rare cards, you have to racker or wait TREEEEEEEES long. And the more you advance in the game, the more virtual opponents have rare cards and the more the other players are payors. In short, everything is designed to frustrate the player so that he Racke. And I didn't even mention the craft system (basically you have to merge two identical cards in order to get its slightly more powerful version, a map can be evolve 2 or even 3 times). Of course, you should not expect to get 16 copies of a rare card without a racker. In short, a disguised way of frustrating the player. Nothing more to say except that the rare heroes are extremely expensive to improve. Though by racking...
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Berserk: The Cataclysm Is a Free-to-Play Card card Game. What Is special here is that the Card Games run automatically on the one hand and, on the other hand, virtually replace the battles of units in otherwise very similar online browser strategy games dealing with Base building and attack/Defense against other Players as the Core Of the Employ Game concepts. The Game has also been released as a browser Game Since 2014 and has been on Steam since 2016. Presumably because the Game does not necessarily focus on the Cards themselves, but only represent a different Form of otherwise mostly automated Battles between Players, the Game somehow seems "clenched together" or "assembled "From two different Games and thus somehow" unround. " I Think it's a pity, because this Fantasy world that underlies sounds quite interesting. I think with a proper Card Card Game in the Style of well-known Genre representatives (Eg Hearthstone, Magic, Etc.) you would have made the better Choice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjrCMXQUhSs
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