Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions for Nintendo Switch

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions

Apr 15, 2019
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Developer: PlayFusion Ltd.
Content Rating: Teen


Command powerful factions & legendary Champions in this Warhammer Trading Card Game. Deploy units and unleash deadly magical abilities, while completing quests to earn blessings from the gods.

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Greg BurkeMay 16, 2019
The digital version of the game itself is great. It allows you to build decks, view your collections, do daily or weekly challenges to obtain more digital cards, and you can buy digital packs based on your faction via the in-game store with premium of free currency, earned by simply playing matches. The digital version of AOS: Champions is well-polished, easy to understand, has fun attack animations and is really functional. The only con to the digital version is the soundtrack. The consistent drumming gets old fast and you’ll be quickly muting the music in the game.
Fran SotoAug 27, 2019
The game has unique mechanics that are genuinely fun to put into action, but it's still a generic monetary title. Developer PlayFusion plans to continue updating the game by adding new content. Champions has more longevity to it than other CCGs out there. It's an entertaining title for a time-sink for when you're waiting at the doctor's office, but it falls short of being a good console game.
Daan KoopmanMay 13, 2019
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions managed to impress me in multiple ways. While the game looks nice enough, the presentation is purely background for some fantastic gameplay elements. The grid system and its approach are really fun to play around with and give you just tons to consider. That being said, the tutorial can be a bit confusing and throws you into the game proper with very little care. Once you get over that hump, you will find that it can be learned through a number of games. There are deliberate systems at play, but the game guides you to where you need to go.

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