Master the cards with this beginner's guide to THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS.
March 2010 sees the launch of THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS, exclusively for PSP.
Building on the franchise's success on PlayStation 3, THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS takes the traditional card trading game to the next level, transforming digital cards into on-screen 3D creatures that perform impressive and exciting physical battles.
The key to success is building up knowledge of how to use your digital game cards. Each creature card possesses different abilities, so they can burn, slash or destroy opponents. With this in mind, here is some basic information and terminology that will help you conquer your enemies on your journey through THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS.
The aim of the game is to occupy five fields on the board with your creatures. In total, there are nine square-shaped fields that make up the board, or "battlefield".
Carefully study each card before deciding which one to summon to the battlefield next.
1. Summoning Cost
This is the summoning cost of the card. You will summon your cards using your reserve of Mana, which is the energy needed to use your creatures and spells. If you don't have this amount of Mana, you won't be able to use the card.
2. Hit Points
Hit points, also referred to as HP, are used to attack other creatures, at a cost of one HP per attack. When a creature's HP is reduced to zero, the creature dies and is put in the player's graveyard.
3. Attack Power
The attack power is the effect that a creature will have on an enemy. When attacked, the defending creature will lose HP in an amount equal to the attack power.
The game revolves around five elements: fire, water, earth, wood and Biolith. Every creature card belongs to one of these elements, as does each field on the board. Each element is represented by a colour: red is fire, blue is water, green is wood, yellow is earth and black is Biolith.
The colour of the card's border shows the element that it belongs to. Summon your creature to its natural element and it could gain two HP, but summon your creature to the wrong element and it could lose two HP.
Spell cards are summoned in the same way as creature cards, as they will require a certain amount of Mana. There are various spell cards to collect, which all work differently, allowing you to rotate your enemies so they cannot attack you, or boost your creature's HP to give them a longer life.
Take this information and use it wisely on your journey across the mysterious world of THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS. THE EYE OF JUDGMENT LEGENDS Demo can now be downloaded from PlayStation Store, so let your journey begin.