best collectible card games

What’s just as thrilling as defeating that boss you’ve been trying to beat for the past half hour? What’s that much more rewarding after you spend weeks trying to complete? A card collection of course! Not just any card collection, but one found in video games where the card games come alive with all the excitement and satisfaction of any boss fight. These are our top 10 collectible card video games, that you should really consider playing.

  1. Uncharted: Fight for Fortune

Similarly, SIE Bend Studios’ PSVita collectible card video game, Uncharted: Fight for Fortune, pits players against each other using characters from the critically acclaimed Uncharted series. The aim of the game is to use your cards to reduce your opponent’s health. Unlock cards by playing through the main series, watching the Eye of Indra mini-series, and playing the Golden Abyss. Besides Nathan Drake, you’ll find characters such as Elena Fisher, Riki Raja, and Doughnut Drake…because why not. It’s a fun little collectible card game for those who just can’t get enough of the Uncharted world.

  1. Sentinels of the Multiverse: The Video Game

Play this one either by your lonesome or with friends. Use your basic set of heroes and defeat the villain with world domination on his mind. Based on a board game, Sentinels includes a variety of heroes, villains, environments, all of which affect the field and battle and make for an exciting card match.

  1. Scrolls

Another turn-based card (or scrolls) game, Scrolls features four types of cards: creatures, spells, structures, and enchantments. It features both a single-player and a multiplayer mode, the latter of which limits each turn to 90-seconds. During that time, you’re can either move a creature, use a spell or enchantment, or sacrifice a scroll to draw two new ones or gain resource points. The aim of the game is to destroy three out of your opponent’s five idols.

  1. Lord of Vermilion Series

You play one a handful of humans who survived the ‘Great Collapse’, a catastrophic event borne from the greed of one man, holder of the omnipotence-giving vermilion stone— a Lord of Vermilion. You customise your character and use your card units to build an army and bring peace back to the world. With such a fantasy rich story, and the option to play single-player or multiplayer, Lord of Vermilion is certainly one of those games you have to try if you’re searching for an engaging, strategy-building, collectible card game.

  1. Pokemon TCG Online

Before Pokemon GO, kids used to collect Pokemon cards and battle each other on the playground. But that was more than a decade ago. Nowadays the Pokemon collectible card game is played on whichever device you might choose to play on. There is training available in the game for those who may never have tried games like this before, so you’re ready for battle against a friend. With all the satisfaction of a Pokemon battle available to you here, if you and your friends like Pokemon but don’t like to travel, then choose Pokemon TCG Online.