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  • Summary: STARGATE Online Trading Card Game is based on MGM's science-fiction television series. The SG-1 set contains four 60-card starter decks featuring familiar characters from the popular science-fiction show, including Jack O'Neill, Samantha Carter, Teal'c, and Daniel Jackson. Players can augment their collection with 11-card booster packs that contain additional characters, obstacles, adversaries and gear. In addition, each customer who purchases a registration package for the STARGATE Online TCG will be entitled to receive both a digital and physical copy of an exclusive promotional version of the card "Teal'c, Enemy of the Goa'uld." The STARGATE Online TCG challenges players to assemble teams of their favorite characters and send them on missions throughout the galaxy. Players learn from their successes and enhance their abilities as the game progresses. With three unique ways to win and nearly 300 cards in the initial set, players have an endless supply of strategies available as they take on alternating roles of both heroes and villains from the STARGATE universe. Once players learn the basics, they can climb the online rankings by proving their skill against other competitors across the globe. [Sony Online Entertainment] Expand
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  1. Stargate TCG Online, with its cool setting, enjoyable gameplay, and fully-featured interface make it extremely likely that it’ll capture a very nice-sized crowd of players and keep them entertained long after the last expansion set is released.
  2. Stargate Online TCG is easily one of the most complicated games of its type in terms of the number of modifiers in play at any given time, but a thorough tutorial and well-devised interface actually make playing a breeze.
  3. The actual meat of the game--"battling" by comparing card stats--is very smooth. [Aug 2007, p.68]
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  1. JonathonS.
    Jul 10, 2007
    9
    I agree with the GamesRadar review - this is a tip-top game of its sort. Really a blast.
  2. J.S.
    Jul 30, 2007
    7
    I don't normally like these sort of games, but the matches are well balanced and fun and the interface is good. It's free to download, but you have to pay for starter decks (~$10) and booster packs (~$3) AND entries into tournaments ($1), which strikes me as particularly weird. If you go into it ready to spend $40 it is probably a lot more fun then if you go into to ready to spend $20, like I did. Expand