Human, God, Evil, clash in a trading card game
For you who are android user and by any chance love a trading card game, Rage of Bahamut will be your option. As a popular Japan trading card game who are played by 1 million players, Android sees the prospect of Rage of Bahamut and bring it to the phone. With lots of update are coming, the game will surely gain popularity on android market. Rage of Bahamut featured a lot of contents, like hundreds of stunning cards to collect and a lot still to be added. The easy battle but still stunning battle mode, and live multiplayer action added the fun of this game. We'll discuss Rage of Bahamut down here.
Rage of Bahamut
As a trading card game, Rage of Bahamut is surely brought a lot of fun to the players, even they are not quite understand yet to the game. The objective of the game is to combine and assembling set of cards which represent various magical being into some powerful force, collect Rupies (the game currency), treasure hunting, doing some mission to save the world, and of course kick other player asses in multiplayer modes
At first, Rage of Bahamut offer three factions for you to join: The Human which has a balance characteristic, God who appear stronger at defence, and Evil which focusing on offensive power. Which one do you choose will stuck in the rest of your life (gaming life :P) and will affect your starter card deck, but actually in the end all of them are good.
The starting card for Rage of Bahamut is weak of course, but later can be enchanced and evolved into some stronger card. Most of the card can be evolved for four times using additional cards of the same type, and enchanting a card can be done using any card, even from diffrent allegiance. Enchantment and evolving cards are the major part of the game, but actually requires rupies for the enchanting and evolving to be done, so choose wisely.
Playing Rage of Bahamut is really fun actually. Experiencing a high graphical effect such as shaking and flashing screen, doing some quest to gain rupies, daily update to make your game far from boring, is surely an advantage to the game. Even for players who are unfamiliar to the Tradin Card Game world, Rage of Bahamut sure makes you curious and are possibly make you fall in love with it.
Maybe for the first time you will get confused, and actually the game is quite confusing and complicated, but somehow the excitement and fun overcoming the confusing part and will actually make you want to play this game more and more.
Oh yeah, probably you notice from Rage of Bahamut page on android market or appbrain that some player are giving a referral code. You can put the referral code after the tutorial to get additional 100.000 rupies and a free rare card for your benefit, and for the referral owner will get 100.000 rupies and a rare card too. So make sure you use your friend referral code so both of you can help each other.
Here's the end of Rage of Bahamut review, hope this can give you the information you needed. Thanks for reading :)