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Marvel Trading Card Game

Marvel Trading Card Game (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: Strategy
Developer: 1st Playable Productions

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05/22/2007
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Marvel Trading Card Game review

Reviewed July 12, 2007

Josh Higley says: "The nice thing about card games is that they allow for an absurd number of characters to be included, even if their roles are nearly meaningless. This lends itself nicely to a world like Marvel, where characters already exist in spades, and don't have to be created to suit the game. Everyone can find a home in a deck of cards. "
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