You may have read our review of “WWE SuperCard” already, but just in case you haven’t, check out these five reasons why it’s the best mobile game of 2014. Fun and easy to jump in and play “WWE SuperCard,” released today on Android and iOS, is the most wrestling-related fun you’ll have on your mobile device when not watching the WWE Network.
Addictive Gameplay: The easiest way to describe the experience you’ll have playing “WWE SuperCard” is addictive. Much like “Pokemon,” you’ll become obsessed with your “team” and in a matter of minutes, you’ll become focused on defeating every opponent that comes your way.
Tons of WWE Legends: Every time you play “WWE SuperCard” is another chance to encounter a WWE Legend. Andre The Giant, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase and Edge are just a few of the WWE Hall of Famers you’ll encounter on your way to build the best deck you possibly can.
Hundreds of Unlockables: With card tiers, it’s possible to have four or five of your favorite performer and will support cards, you’ll never be out of a fight. You can even have managers, taunts and weapons, which add an extra level to the gameplay. Although it’s a card game, it’s brimming with content and always maintains its focus on the WWE Universe.
Simple Pick-up and Play Gameplay: You don’t have to be a hardcore gamer to enjoy “WWE SuperCard.” Using the old “War” card game system, it’s just a matter of simple math. Players of “Hearthstone” who enjoy the WWE sporadically will love it as well, as it’s loaded with content, support cards and strategy.
Great in Short Bursts: The game loads quickly, matches take about a minute and it’s even easy to train your deck and upgrade your cards. Whether you’re waiting for a bus or a train or just sitting around the house bored waiting for your favorite TV show to begin, “WWE SuperCard is a great boredom killer.
'WWE SuperCard" is now available on iPhone, iPad and Android-powered mobile devices on the App Store, Google Play and the Amazon AppStore.
For more information on WWE SuperCard and 2K, visit wwe.2k.com.