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It's a game of risk, reward and really bad decisions. It's many times more thoughtful than Duelyst, which is always my yardstick for card games. But at the same time it is much less climactic, less explosive, and less creative with its minions and their abilities.
Faeria is an interesting and beautiful game that brings new ideas and solutions to a conservative genre. Several controversial issues can play a cruel joke in longer term. However, with a proper attention from developers this game will easily occupy its niche, securing itself a brilliant future and thousands of hours of fascinating battles for fans of card projects.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Faeria has always been an intriguing game, with the Fall of Everlife expansion and the move away from free-to-play it has truly become something worth taking note of. The unique mechanics at play here really help it stand apart from the competition. With the addition of brand new cards including an army of yaks, now is the perfect time to jump in.
Faeria is a delighful card game, with a board management mechanic that reminds of Settlers of Catan. The work of Abrakam represents the real alternative to the already full selection of card videogames on the market. Highly reccomended.
Review in Italian | Read full review
It is refreshing to see something that feels fresh in a genre that often sadly feels all too similar, and the ingenious part is that the developer has simply taken familiar elements to do this. Anyone who has ever played any Magic: The Gathering-inspired TCG is going to feel right at home with the card structure, but the board adds much complexity in a form rarely seen in the genre. This complexity and single-player makes it a perfect game for both veterans and newcomers to the genre who want to dip their toes in the deep waters and get a fully competitive experience.