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Resident Evil Deck Building Game Expansion Outbreak

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  • Game box contains 150 cards, a storage box, damage counters, card dividers, game manual
  • 2-4 players per game
  • 30 minutes to play
  • Massive replay value
  • Tactical card game

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REVIEWWWWWWW!!!The resident Evil Outbreak deck building game expansion breathes life into the game as players are greeted with the infection level mechanic and mansion monsters associated with it. I enjoyed this expansion to add onto my alliance box set, granted the alliance mode + outbreak may require a bit of youtube help to figure out partner play with the new rule set with it. I'm a Excella fan so seeing my go to gal for mercenaries with the go to donk in card form is quite nice. But like a few other cards in this franchise she has use only in the given box set. So this kind of gave me an annoyed feeling as investment wise the dbg sets will only continue to do this. Guess I can just hope for a 2nd edition card for her with oroboros tentacles and a flash grenade launcher that kills all plagas based infected with <(less than set number of HP). Buuuut imo players should just pick up Arkham Asylum and one of its expansions with more investigators and just go into that. I do prefer this dbg a lot however over a lot of other options. Over all this is a good product and will make your game more interesting and creates a factor for players to HAVE to go into the mansion win or lose instead of free riding their turns, and Excella plays like a big banker which is nice. 4The best add on everthe box was in prefect form when i got it. I didnt have to wait long for it to come in the mail. Im glad i only paid 25 dollars for this set of cards, this set came with 150 cards, the other sets in this card game comes with 250 so this on seems to be lacking on cards, This set of cards is called outbreak but the zombies that come in this set are all from resident evil one not resident evil outbreak so idk, this was not what i thought it was going to be but it was a great add on to the other sets, warning you cant just buy this set and play the game you need to mix this set with one of the other two sets to play a full game of resident evil the deck building game. also the box for this set is smaller then the other two boxs in the series, this is a most have for any fan of resident evil or resident evil DBG 5Great Expansion but has its limitsI absolutely love the Resident Evil Deck Building Game. This expansion gave me new reasons to love it. Though i was surprised at how much smaller the box was compared to the first two sets, I still get alot of fun playing with the cards and trying to outsmart and outlive whoever I play with. I am going to start by saying that you can finally become A ZOMBIE! Outbreak takes many cues from the game of the same name which features a gauge to measure your characters infection that increases over time. That is alot like how the mode introduced, Infection mode, works. Except that you gain infection levels from either not exploring, from enemy effects and Infected charcters, and such. The infection level max is at 10, though it can be lowered by different means. Once a characters level is maxed out, you get to trade in your soft human flesh for that of one of the 3 fabulous zomnies, or Infected Characters who use Infection cards. What fun!PROS: The characters from this set are great as always, and this set introduces 3 characters(not counting promos) from the game of the same name; David, Kevin and Mark and a new Rebecca and HUNK! A new melee weapon, the stun gun comes into the game as well as another Rocket Launcher that has a very cool and different effect. The monsters will make fans of older games happy; all of them happen to be from the older games! Lisa Trevor is perhaps the most unique enemy in the game because just like in the game she cannot die. The event cards can really spice things up. Infection mode is a great new twist to the old game.CONS: Like Partner Mode from the 1st expansion, Infection mode has some problem(particuly with partner mode unless you look the stuff up.) A lot of the character, actions, enemies and ALL of the many Infection cards and Infected characters become totally useless/underpowered/negated outside of Infection mode. Sure, you can use the new Jill or Excella in a vanilla(normal) game, but a character's levels are very helpful to success in the game. Now the other cards, like action and enemy are easier to deal with outside of Infection mode but they may confuse new players. My other problem with this set is the dividers. Not the best if you wanted to combine anything other than the basic resources with this set. I also do not like that the Samurai Edge and Hand Cannon are separated from their respected piles. Its kinda hard to get one card from between two larger dividers. On a smaller note, I did not like that they had ONLY three characters from Outbreak and put the 5 others as promos. Its not great news to a Outbreak fan like myself to learn that I can't simply have all the characters. The girls from the game didn't even come out until the 4th set! I don't like having to buy the other character cards for a heap of money.CONCLUSION: Outbreak is a good expansion pack to the RE DBG. It has its faults though, faults that may not bother others so much as they do some people. A great set to own if you want fresh new cards and a fresh new mode to try out. Not everyone's cup of tea but I like it and thought it was worth the price. 4Sweet addition!This is a great addition to the main game. Adds a whole new dimension to the original game by making it so that the players can also become zombies so you can turn on the other players. That in itself made it worth getting this expansion! Just remember to watch your back since the person next to you may turn around and go after you. ;-) 5Lo recomiendoExcelente 5Great expansion, but not standaloneWhile it is a great expansion, it lacks some things.Firstly, a bunch of the heroes have abilities that rely on you playing with the infection deck, so if at any time you want to mix heroes between sets, but not use the infection deck, you're stuck with at least a couple heroes with at least one ability that is useless. The Mercenaries expansions' skill mechanic can make up for this.Secondly, you can't play this effectively without having a base set or another expansion that comes with base cards, like basic resources.Third, it makes the game much more difficult to explain or teach newer players because f the new mechanics and slightly confusing gameplay additions, like turning into an infected and gaining/losing infection cards. 4Fun cards, poorly packagedBeing a fan of all things Resident Evil, a friend and I already own the first 2 expansions of the Resident Evil deckbuilding game. Those games both included a somewhat idiosyncratic, but still effective card storage system. When I opened the box for this game, I was pleasantly surprised to see a much more compact design that at first glance appears to be capable of holding all the expansions, with card dividers and everything. Unfortunately, the included dividers only cover the cards for this expansion and the "Basic resources," with none included for any of the cards unique to other expansions. Also, the size of the box is such that if you own all 3 expansions, they will not fit. We ended up using the innards of an old Thunderstone box combined with homemade dividers to sort all of the cards into the Resident Evil Alliance box.Overall the new cards are a lot of fun, though again the game stumbles onto the same problem it did with the Alliance expansion. Certain characters have abilities that only work with the new Infection mechanic, making them useless if you try to use them for a "vanilla" game.Final word: if you enjoyed the first 2 expansions and don't mind making your own card dividers, go ahead and buy it. 3Amazing!I loved it, adding infections to the game changes things up completely with what's basically a second health bar, it definitely makes surviving harder and more satisfying 5Must have for RE fans!Great buy and card game. I am very big into board games and deck building games not to mention a HUGE Resident Evil fan so when I saw this I had to have it. It works well with the base games and adds new elements for all to enjoy. 5a fun mix between board and card gamesa fun mix between board and card games. I've bought 3 different sets at the time those were the only 3 out I like the idea of game and I'd love to see more sets be released. 3
Resident Evil Deck Building Game Expansion Outbreak

Resident Evil Deck Building Game Expansion Outbreak

4.6
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Regular price
SG$ 152.00
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Regular price
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