Very good game. Interface is nice and clean so it's easy to get around. Game is very welcoming to new players. Constant updates and events to keep players on their toes. Plenty of game modes for everyone. You can definitely finish the game as a free-to-play player, but you can buy card packs if you don't like waiting or grinding. Only problem I have with the game is that you will spend a big amount money on card packs, and then you'll end up not using that card in battle in the future because you've moved up the tiers. Also, there is some heavy emphasis on being very active, especially in teams, but that is really caused by the players, so I won't be counting off on that.
WWE SuperCard is a fun and addicting game that is easy to pick up and play. It's so addictive that you can't play just one match, and you will want to keep playing until you find your favorite superstar(s). Hopefully, 2K Games releases a versus mode in a future update.
In the end, though, its lack of depth makes it hard to recommend to anyone who’s not a fan of WWE in the first place. Lucky for the game’s makers, that’s one group of people there’s definitely no shortage of.
Generally speaking, this game is very fun and addicting! This game keeps me entertained when I have a boring Sunday or when I am bored during a roadtrip. You can collect 1,000’s of cards, compete against other players in limited time events, create a team and battle against other teams and more! I would like to go over a few pros and cons about what I have experienced playing, “WWE Supercard.” Pros:
-Catdaddy made the game less, “pay-to-win” by adding free packs for starter players to get a boost into the game
-Adding new tiers to keep the game less dry
-Free gifts for players every once in a while
-Free credits every time you reach a new tier
-new daily packs everyday for players to get a better chance at obtaining the highest tier cards instead of paying 5500 credits for a 25% of highest tier card
-tutorial for new players giving users a brief understanding of what the game is about
-adding supercoins for low tier players to get there hands on a high tier card Cons:
-toxic global chat full of online daters and people cursing in a 13+ game
-Moderation system ****, giving players the ability to curse on the online chat.
-Pay-to-win during limited time events, giving free to play players a less fair advantage by not having the credits to purchase bouts. (Highly recommend grinding Clash of Champions.)
-Cheaters during limited time events, using bots to give themselves more points to get on the leaderboard
-login system is not great. You can easily lose your account if your device breaks, so make sure to login into social media. I feel like Supercard should make there own login system.
-the odds on the credit packs are bad, especially for the 5500 credit pack. This is basically like an online casino slot machine that is targeting 13+ players.
- it’s hard to find active teams since players are usually never active or has never played in a long time
-Blurry images on the cards
-network errors causing you to sit there and wait for the internet to speed up
-this is not a single player game and requires you to have WiFi. The game sometimes malfunctions when playing on a hotspot.
So basically this was all the pros and cons I came across when playing the game, but half of them are nothing too serious. Still a fun and addicting game and I would still recommend playing, “WWE Supercard.”
I'm not a fan of wrestling and the sport seems extremely boring and colorless. And frankly I do not understand it at all and this game seems as boring and without logic.I guess this game is especially addressed to the american people.